Breathe in. With every breath in, you smell the earth. Exhale.With every exhalation you sink deeper into the ground. Breathe in. Smell the green grass beneath you. Breathe out, sink into the grass. Feel it flutter against your limbs. Breath in. Smell the spicy dried
CONTINUING EXPERIMENTS WITH BINDRUNES, I chose another of my created pantheon. Riadagh, Reille, Ruagh, or the Red Raven was the first of my divine guides that I began working with and is the one with whom I most identify. Riadagh is the personification of primordial Energy.
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IN MY NECK OF THE WOODS, THE LUGHNASADH SEASON IS NOT VERY HARVEST-LIKE. It’s taken me years of trial and error to develop a celebration actually related to my climate and geography. Once I finally figured that out, designing a meaningful sabbat was much more