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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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Krampus And Other Social Aspects of Magic

December 5th is when he comes to your home. Krampus, the feared hairy and horned creature from the wider Alpine region, making its ways into homes an many parts of the world now. Unfortunately, Krampus is also widely misunderstood. He … Continue reading

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Making of Tinctures – Comfrey

This is my first attempt to record what is part of my Druidry in video format. Please refer to this blog post for details about Comfrey (lat. Symphytum officinalis), and to this one to learn about a particular tradition  about … Continue reading

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End of Summer

Like the other Cross Quarter Days folks who observe the Celtic inspired Wheel of the Year celebrate, Samhain, too, is linked to agriculture. Imbolc was when the ewes, the female sheep, lactated; Beltane when the forces of fertility were at their peak … Continue reading

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Paganism, Rules and Dogma

It seems to me that my Druid colleague John Becket and I are more often than not picking up on the same vibes. Once again, as I was struggling with this blog post, John posted one that helped me come to terms … Continue reading

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30 Days of Women and Herbs – Frauendreissiger – Nr. 3

(Deutsche Version unter der Englischen) The third herb in this special encyclopedia is one of my favorites. Before I go into details, though, a comment for English speakers: The folk lore I keep quoting in this blog is sometimes hundreds … Continue reading

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