Monthly Archives: January 2019

Eco – Paganism. Choice or Mandate?

In a previous blog article I touched upon the idea of creating spells by using a pattern that seemingly was utilized in pagan times in Europe. Here is the link to the full article, but I shall just give a … Continue reading

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Celebrating Imbolc? Here’s an Idea!

People often ask me what they should do to celebrate the Cross Quarter Days such as the one upcoming, Imbolc. It seems that the type of people who ask that question have already a rite or some kind of ceremony … Continue reading

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Craft Your Own Spell, Witch

People occasionally ask me if I cast spells, and my answer more often than not is, “Yes, but…”. It may be my answer because I’m a druid and you can’t expect a straight forward answer from a druid. But mostly … Continue reading

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Magically Fresh Into 2019

After a short break over the Winter Holidays, the “Weekly Druid” is back with a new issue. But before I get into the weeds, let me first and foremost shout out a bigThank Youto all you readers of my blog, visiting … Continue reading

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