Monthly Archives: March 2012

Ceirt: a Rag (as told by Suibhne)

Come, then, madman’s abode under blooming arbors that shelter the hind, the fawn from the mad clash of war. Where is honor, under the apple branch? The bells brazen sound and clear the rags for a moment. and then, a … Continue reading

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Nature religion in a time of climate change

Nature religion in a time of climate change. I’m thinking about this now, in an uncharacteristic March marked by summery temperatures and intense blue skies. The forsythia are on fire, and the daffodils have proudly thrust up their heads early. … Continue reading

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Suvetar

I’m still here, although I’ve been busy with spring cleaning, the annual turning of the garden bed, writing an article on river goddesses for the Henge of Keltria newsletter and more. I plan on celebrating┬áMean Erraigh this weekend with a … Continue reading

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A hazy trip through the planets

Mars glares red on the horizon — and not alone. Two other bright wanderers — Jupiter? Venus? — hug the horizon, until the clouds veil them. The wind blows the veil, back and forth, back and forth, under the half-moon. … Continue reading

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