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An Australian pagan and witch writes about ritual, moon cycles, herbcraft, spellcraft, and personal spiritual growth.
2016-03-19 18:53
An fascinating quote from Karen Armstrong's The Spiral Staircase:-"He had told me that in most traditions, faith was not about belief but about practice.  Religion is not about acceptin… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
A photograph of my paternal grandmother is surrounded with candles. Three runes are placed in front of her photograph - jera, eiwaz, and pertho (representing, for me, the year, death, and r… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
Darkness has descended during this month, and it is now pitch black when I arrive home at night.  The mornings have become misty, and on certain days our entire suburb has spent the daw… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
An older Witches Weekly question:-"Do you believe dreams are ever symbolic?  How do you interpret dreams? Do you feel some are scenes from past lives? Future premonitons? Hidden thou… Read More
2006-03-25 06:49
Witches Weekly asks "If you had to buy a book to give to someone that had no clue about paganism and wished to learn, what book would you pick and why?"I guess this question is aimed at reco… Read More
2006-03-17 22:40
Daily temperatures remain in the high 20s to early 30s - I travelled to Melbourne during the waxing moon, and enjoyed their cooler weather, and the luxury of wearing long sleeved tops. It… Read More
2006-03-16 05:15
I'm reading Evangeline Walton's Mabinogion Tetralogy, which is a fictional retelling of the Welsh epic, The Mabinogion. It's fantastic - I find original epics rather hard to read - that sty… Read More
2006-02-27 02:36
A question regarding offerings:-   If one is making a food offering on, for example, a Samhain altar, what is done with the food afterwards?  Is it buried?  Composted?  E… Read More
2006-02-23 00:23
The temperature was noticeably cooler around the full moon, on 12 February, 2006.  The sweltering heat of January had dissipated (although it made a reappearance the following week.)&nb&hell…Read More
2006-02-16 05:40
There are two full moons in June of 2007, and the second one falls on a Saturday - the last day of June. I simply have to be married on that Saturday.  Wouldn't it be wonderful to be ma… Read More

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