Originally posted on carrying their light:
Flesh and blood come carrying your festival, you tired men. Here is your water, here is your bread. We come with the offering of presence, our joy, the words and chatter that filled your homes now a fleeting gift. Moving through your still grey buildings the wind breathes in…

Originally posted on Jason Alan. Writer, Character.:
As some of you know, I’m writing a fantasy book called For Want of a Stone. Recently, I have begun a sort of prequel for it, in which religion will play a big part. So I thought, instead of using already established religion, why not write a bible,…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
I should start by saying that I have never won anything in my entire life (although I’ve entered plenty) and that it might therefore be fair to assume I’m a wee bit jaded and cynical as a consequence. There are contests and prizes in just about every field of human…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
There’s a hide not far from the canal – private land being developed as a mini nature reserve, with tree planting and a small pond. We regularly see badgers, foxes, rabbits, buzzards and garden birds there, having permission to visit as we please! The badgers are the main attraction, because…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
My review of the recent book written by Mark Townsend, with additional content with probably every famous living pagan you’ve heard of. Published by Llewellyn. This is one of the most fascinating and thought provoking books I’ve had the pleasure to read in a long time. Author Mark Townsend has…

Originally posted on The Blog Of Immanion Press & Megalithica Books:
Most writers tend to fall into one of two categories: the under-writer and the over-writer. Let’s call these the starveling and the bloater. The starveling produces bare, stark first drafts; there might only be slashes of dialogue without any ‘stage directions’ to show what…

Originally posted on Annika Ruohonen Photography:
It’s a grey day. The kind that has been created for reading books and writing letters. The kind that slips by unnoticed and quietly just to make room for another one of the same kind. When the day is grey like this one, it makes all the minutes of the…

Originally posted on Adventures in Vanaheim:
I am solitary by choice. Some people are solitary by necessity. Me, I’m just not a group person, or much of a people person. Mind you, I can work with groups if I absolutely have to, but I really value my alone time. Ask my opinion of the latest…

Originally posted on The Twisted Rope:
aka: Devo’s Guide to Working with Set and Other “Hard-nosed” Netjeru Mandatory Disclaimer: As with everything, this guide is exactly that- a guide. Gods (especially trickster and chaos gods) can change rules at the drop of a hat, and my interactions with Set might not match your interactions with…