Monthly Archives: June 2010

Wynn: Some thoughts

Joy: What does it mean to us? Sunny-colored dish soap? The new gadget in its packaging? The heart-equivalent of bungee-jumping excitement? Joy: the way the leaves dance in the wind under the gray. The sound of my husband’s voice on … Continue reading

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Nin, and Annie Get Your Gun

Lately, I’ve been musing about Mannaz, the “M” of runelore, the linked hands of mankind. In ogham, I am reminded not of M but of N, Nin the weaver’s beam — which makes this an intercultural consonantal journey of sorts! … Continue reading

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Midsummer fires

The fire sparked in the fire-dish, set under the oaks near the stone wall. Birds chorused and a curious toad peaked around the tree. We called, spoken first: Fertile one, bright one, Lord of the Green, we call you! Rutting … Continue reading

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Midsummer melody

Lus lies the omen: herb and flame. The smoke of the saining, the green in the sun. Aine sun-face dances over the green of the leaves. Birds chorus at her foot-steps. Wield the torch high, oh sun! Dance on the … Continue reading

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Page of Swords

J. again. I’ve spent the rainy afternoon writing an article on Brighid as a hearth goddess. If it doesn’t find a home in an anthology, I might end up posting it here. At any rate, today has been a rainy … Continue reading

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my people: sacredness and the ridiculous

J again, from my diary of last September. Once again, pardon the quirky capitalization. is ritual ridiculous? are Pagans overall? i’m inspired by Dianne Sylvan’s well-worded blog. and the complete falling out with a friend who insisted Pagans should follow the “norm,” … Continue reading

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History Becomes Ledgend, Ledgend Becomes Myth-by Chris G.

As Jenne had mentioned in an earlier post, this blog is intended for the various members of the Druid group White Cat Grove to be able to publish our random musings.  WordPress does not make this easy, however. So I … Continue reading

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