Monthly Archives: October 2013

The ancestors, via a spit test

Part of my current project for the Henge of Keltria is connecting with my ancestors. Of the three Kindreds, the ancestors are the ones I have the least connection with, likely because I grew up — as many Americans do … Continue reading

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A-musing on the Muse

“Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” – Thomas A. Edison A friend of mine is currently researching the ancient origins of the Muse: the divine power, often seen as female, that inspires an artist or writer. Of … Continue reading

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A traveler seeks directions

I won’t say that music is easy, especially when it comes to recording. Writing it can be, when the sounds and words flow from the moment. Awen or imbas are the Welsh and Gaelic words, respectively, for the inspirational process. Flowing-forth or shining-knowledge, however … Continue reading

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