Tag: religion

Samildánach

Will I have any corn to bring To place on the stone within the ring? Will I have flesh to cut and burn And place inside the bubbling urn? Will I have neeps and spuds and carrots To fill these wide and simmering pots?…

January Pagan Pages

Click here to access this month’s issue of Pagan Pages. The free e-zine has been lovingly put together and this month you can enjoy reviews of Tree Magic, Tree Medicine by Ellen Evert Hopman, and Sacred Plant Initiations by Carole Guyett. If this whets…

Imbolc Offerings 

Imbolc Flowers

I was looking back through some old posts and was delighted with the flowers and offerings I photographed in 2014, so here they are again. How will you be celebrating the coming spring?

Easter starts with a Corpse…

Read my article on why Jesus would be annoyed that he died for our sins… http://moon-books.net/blogs/moonbooks/blood-in-the-spring/

Taken from Notes from a Gentle Heart…

…is a wonderful review of my book, A Modern Celt: Seeking the Ancestors. Laura Perry tells us in her own words what she thought of it. Thanks Laura, glad you enjoyed it!

Unrepentant

The question appears Over and over A litany of loneliness Or would be If I knew what that meant Pretentions aside This is a question I can’t answer The meaning of life? It well could be The mysteries of the universe? It certainly is…

Hekate and Poseidon

Fascinating article showing the similarities and associations between Hekate and Poseidon here.

Will God let us be friends?

Someone on tumblr asked if people of different religions could be friends. Here is my response: I’m not sure that any of my friends have exactly the same religion. Even many of my Christian and Muslim friends argue (good naturedly) about different teachings, and…

The Journey by Luke Eastwood

The Journey by Luke Eastwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has long been said that good things come in small packages, and this delightful 69 page volume is no exception. The Journey is a collection of wisdom that is relevant to anyone,…

Book Review: Ariadne’s Thread by Laura Perry

“The myths of ancient Crete, her people, and their gods twine through our minds like the snakes around the priestess’s arms in those ancient temples. They call to us across the millennia, asking us to remember. In answer to that call, Ariadne’s Thread provides…

A Modern Celt: Book Launch Update

Just having a discussion about the mass appeal of the Morrigan as a tutelary goddess. Here’s one of my comments: “I do work with the Morrigan but quite happily accept that not only does she have commonalities with other goddesses but the likelihood is…