Monthly Archives: February 2012

The end of the physical White Cat, but the return of the metaphysical

I’m being interviewed in¬†Aontacht, Druidic Dawn’s magazine, in the next issue and have been awash in blissful busy-ness answering the questions about music, my Druidic path…. Answering questions is such a valuable experience, since it forces you to clarify and … Continue reading

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Nin: The Weaver’s Beam

Note: Another Ogham-inspired poem (Did you hear? Did you know? Can I tell you, tell you?) Ash — the weaver’s beam and ash — the spear’s shaft ash — the hearth’s leavings and ash, the burnt home the weights pulling … Continue reading

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Hearth and heart

I celebrated Imbolc last weekend, with the blessing of her mantle left out overnight, the burning of the old greens, the playing of the harp, the making of bannock, the offering of ¬†songs and mead. Celebrating myself this year was … Continue reading

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