Our most sacred holiday of the year, communicating with ancestors, acknowledging our many gifts, recognizing other worlds. Truly we are blessed.
Cold and flu season is upon us, and herbalists are writing about garlic, echinacea, mullein, honey, and a host of other beneficial plants. Irish herbalists saw the blessing of the goddess Aine (pronounced ON-ya) as a necessary catalyst in these … Continue reading →
Our tree goddess this week is the goddess Neith (Neit), and her tree is the acacia. The acacia is a small scrawny tree with tiny leaves and pronounced thorns. It has a long fibrous seedpod that is attractive to animals … Continue reading →
Grandmother Moon recently became available again through Amazon Createspace. The book is a collection of goddess lore based on the lunar calendar, a wheel corresponding to the zodiac sign for each lunation. There are thirteen sections or “lunations,” each starting … Continue reading →
Moving & Changing: A Tree Collage from Hearth Rising on Vimeo.
Following up on last week’s post, Aphrodite and the Myrtle Tree, I have another post up at Return to Mago, The Hard Side of Aphrodite.