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Why I Do Not Teach Long-Distance

Faery witchcraft is worked in a container of beloved relationship. This includes relationship with one’s human community, but even more importantly, it includes the local plants, animals, streams, and hills in all their aspects (physical and spiritual), as well as … Continue reading

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Gwydion’s Tribute to Victor

Halloween is past, and “astrological Samhain” approaches–November 7 this year. As it was the date preferred by my late teacher, Gabriel, for the celebration of the Sabbat, I always pay attention to this event.. This year, the anniversary of Gwydion … Continue reading

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FreyR, Harvest Lord, Harvested Lord

(Art by Brigón Munkholm) With softsmile shimmering, As ripened fields glimmering At Summer’s high tide: Like bright gold your hair Seductive your lair My beauty Your pride: Flame that desire has wrought, Swift with the swiftness of thought, Heat of … Continue reading

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How Futurity Becomes a Womb

At a dramatic moment in Chapter Nineteen, “The Number of the Beast,” in his book The White Goddess, Robert Graves quotes this poem, written by himself: On Portents If strange things happen where she is, So that men say that … Continue reading

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Why I Am a Witch: Reflections at the Time of the Winter Solstice

The beads [of the rosary] were red and white which symbolized [the Goddess’s] Mother and Virgin forms. The beads touching [these] were blue or black. …Repeated prayers are not just so the Gods will hear, but for the rhythmic movement … Continue reading

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Return of the Witch

  To she who is Guardian have I left my sword which is called “Moonfire”–the sword which is made only for my hand. I have dishonoured it in no way, yet I have built into that sword the dreams that … Continue reading

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Gift of the Magi

And so we approach in the calendar of the Christian liturgical traditions the Feast of the Epiphany, the Three Magi and their gifts of frankincense, gold and myrrh.  Frankincense for Priesthood, Gold for Kingship, Myrrh for Sacrifice. The Word Made … Continue reading

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