Saturday nonsense and symbolism

Hello folks hope you are all well and having a good day. Now, today's song in the brain since waking up is this one. https://youtu.be/_W2jONIjrM0 When I think of Bryan Adams it usually takes me back to a time and a particular club in Elgin which was called The Venue. It was one of those … Continue reading Saturday nonsense and symbolism

The Gatekeeper

I am sharing J. Allen Cross's article here as the trend for those who want to barge their way into any magical tradition appears to be rising. I'm talking about those who want to have their cake and eat it too. Without proper respect for the tradition, they want to belong to. Without listening to … Continue reading The Gatekeeper

Faery Lore and an encounter with the King of the Faeries

I am reprinting a wonderful post from Ancient Origins author Jonny Enoch. There is a little bit of magic running through his post and the video which goes with it. See for yourselves and also enjoy the music video I've chosen, but be careful especially at twilight unless of course, you want to meet the … Continue reading Faery Lore and an encounter with the King of the Faeries

The Writerly Witch

Well, I shake my whiskered face. You'd think she, being the author, would come up with a better headline than, "The Writerly Witch,"Β I'm not sure it's grammatically correct. Anyway, let me introduce myself. I am a witch's cat and let me tell you it's a hard job. However, I excel in a particular area of … Continue reading The Writerly Witch

Celebrate The Summer Solstice with Colleen M. Chesebro’s Latest Book: Fairies Myths & Magic

HAPPY SUMMER SOLSTICE! I've planned this day out in my mind for over a year... Today, as a tribute to the Summer Solstice, my first book of poetry and short stories has become a reality. Fairies, Myths, & Magic ~ A Summer Celebration is now available on Amazon. From June 21st through June 27th, this … Continue reading Celebrate The Summer Solstice with Colleen M. Chesebro’s Latest Book: Fairies Myths & Magic

Yuletide Love and Blessings

The North wind doth blow and we shall have snow, And what will poor robin do then, poor thing? He'll sit in a barn and keep himself warm and hide his head under his wing, poor thing. The old nursery rhyme I remember singing it and thinking of the poor birds at this time of … Continue reading Yuletide Love and Blessings