Merry Solstice and a Happy New Year to all my lovely readers! Thanks for visiting and reading my ramblings this year! An extra big thank you to those who made donations, big and small – it all helps! – and especially this year. Your generosity amazes and humbles me. 🙏❤️ Big gratitude to Bobbie A,… Continue reading Thank You and Happy Solstice!
Merry Solstice and a Happy New Year to all my lovely readers! Thanks for visiting and reading my ramblings this year! An especially big thank you to those who donated – particularly Denise Byron and Roi Wamboldt – you’ve made it possible for me to continue running this site for another year. I’d also like… Continue reading Happy Solstice and Thank You!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my lovely readers! Thanks for visiting and reading my ramblings this year. I’ll be finishing the Zodiac Myths and films series over the next couple of months and then… I don’t know… we’ll see what comes up! In the meantime, have a great holiday season –… Continue reading Happy Holidays and Thank You!
Fragmented images flashed and swirled about me, none of them lasting long enough to decipher. It was the tail end of a convoluted dream that had confused me even while I was having it, and I wanted to wake up and get back to reliable, linear reality. At last, I struggled into consciousness and lay… Continue reading Addled Chapter 7: Thumbprint of God
The lights had been up since October but it was only with the Big Day looming, that the mania set in. Everybody was getting stressed. I’d already had three desperate calls from panicked clients freaking out over poultry or puddings or oversized trees. Town was heaving. I dribbled forward like a snail, squeezing between crazed… Continue reading Addled Chapter 6: False Pretences
After exploring the pagan roots of the midwinter festivals and the dying Sun God, we travel into the darkness of the far north. This is where we’ll find the origins of Christmas, its real meaning, and a hint at our true purpose on this earth. In the first part of this article we found that… Continue reading The Origins of Christmas – Part 2: Shamanic Roots
Christmas is a time to feast and make merry, to gather the family and exchange gifts, sing wonky carols, and get so drunk you forget your own name. You decorate an unfortunate tree that’s been dragged inside your centrally heated home, send greetings cards to people you spend the entire year avoiding, lie to your… Continue reading The Origins of Christmas – Part 1: Pagan Roots