Tag Archives: Goddess

The First Harvest: Lughnasadh or Lammas? ~ Christine Valentor

Reblogged from Witchlike: Happy August! As the golden sun winds down and the days ever so slightly grow shorter, we find ourselves in the midst of the first harvest feast also known as Lughnasadh or Lammas. This is a cross … Continue reading

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Verbeia… #writephoto

The air was warm and still under the trees and Rhea, feeling like a teenager and glad she was old enough to appreciate it, slipped off her shoes and dipped her feet into the tranquil waters of the river. The … Continue reading

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A story of ancient Egypt

“There was a time we did not walk the earth. A time when our nascent essence flowed, undifferentiated, in the Source of Being. We were not Gods, but were of God, the strands of our existence not yet teased apart … Continue reading

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As the Crow Flies #WritePhoto by Sarah Brentyn

  The crows land on a tiled roof. Stones of the old church are unwelcoming. Ancient and powerful, the birds call to us. We are ignorant of their language. We quicken our pace. Clouds disperse into the arms of sunset. … Continue reading

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Hearthfire #midnighthaiku

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Song

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Crimson

Life flows as water Stained with a crimson passion And the Mother’s blood

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Elemental

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The Osiriad

The research runs through a small library. My notes are a sizeable volume on their own… yet when it came to writing the Osiriad, I simply sat down and let it flow. It had been a project on my mind … Continue reading

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The Osiriad: Isis and Osiris, the Divine Lovers

The research runs through a small library. My notes are a sizeable volume on their own… yet when it came to writing the Osiriad, I simply sat down and let it flow. It had been a project on my mind … Continue reading

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