Tag Archives: seasons

A funny thing happened on the way home.

It was an oddly euphoric moment of complete clarity. The sun, low, casting great shadows across the landscape; highlighting features normally hidden from view. The first flowers of Spring, punctuating in yellow, the intense verdant of the season. The sky, … Continue reading

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Call of the Summer lands

Caught in this stream whilst falling asleep under last night’s “mackerelled moon”. An oddly, out of season, theme which made little sense till the title came at the last. ~~~ I thought I heard you call last night. Maybe it … Continue reading

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When we dance together, we dissolve

Originally posted on Beltane Fire Society:
On the morning of Beltane Fire Festival 2016, our community is buzzing with excitement about the event that will begin in a few short hours after months of hard work. This is the perfect…

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Spirit of Badger

Badger was a bit of a ride. He’s rather obnoxious and completely antisocial, with a surprising aggressive streak that leaves those around him wondering what just happened… On the other hand, Badger Medicine is possibly that most needed in the … Continue reading

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Sunrise call

The traditional morning ceremony of the Zuni. Before dawn breaks, the Sun-priest summons the people to the roofs and tops of the houses to greet the mother-of-life, the rising sun. The call for her to rise is played to the … Continue reading

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Spirit of Bear

Yes… well… bear… Regular readers may have noted that a pattern of posts deteriorated after the initial introduction to bear. She should have made a return many posts, and many months, ago outlining the teachings of my time spent with … Continue reading

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