Llangar Church: Garw-Wen.

  I was there, watching, the day the men raised the first stone. Dismayed, I turned away - I heard Tum-Tup, same as you, mutter under his breath, so was it any wonder what happened, happened. We were there that second morning too, watching the disbelief on their faces. Did you see Tum-Tups face?  The, [...]

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Llangar Church: Through the Lytchgate.

Drunken steps, from a head reeling with whispers from beyond, a hand reaches out... to stead, to earth, to ground the self. Cold stone.   Present in the moment. Here. Look up. Look around. Cast the bird seed with words from the heart and soul, spoken; instantly forgotten, yet always remembered. The Bonnets and hats [...]

All Saints Church, Llangar.

Soft, the footfall down the old track, steep, deep, hidden from modernity. Here hazel is tall, reaching skyward to touch the sunlight; the blackthorn and berry grow side by side. Ash shivers in the breeze, while tresses of honeysuckle entwine her. Time. Stands still. Water, softly chatters over stones. Flowing towards the river, unseen, further down the [...]

Shopping with Shh… you-know-who!

In the sleepy land of Avalon, when the mists lie on the slumbering land, three witches meet in that liminal place, where the mundane and the magical marry so well. Under the dark of night, their minds on cursing, they gather to discuss one who, with her mad drunken rages, abusive bullying and crazy stalking, [...]

Shorts.

    Here's an update of whats been going on in my corner of the world lately. Most important, Llangar Church has been re-visited! This time the Church was open and the delightful interior explored. Expect a blog post or two soon. Summer has turned to Autumn and new projects begun, and old one's finished. [...]

Re-Blogged from The Wælcyrie of Carr Naze

  From Wiki: "Reblogging [...] is the mechanism in blogging which allows users to repost the content of another user's post with an indication that the source of the post is another user." Once in a while a post comes along thats well worth sharing - this is that. 🙂 The reblogged post is from [...]

Pagans Against Plagiarism; a potted history.

International gathering of pagan authors, artists and supporting members dedicated to stamping out copyright theft and plagiarism within the Pagan community at large, through education and frank discussion. In this note, I shall be writing about the founding of this group, the history of how the founding members came together, it’s aims and achievements. I [...]

Re-blogged from Camelia Elias ~ (thank you) ~ read like the Devil!

https://www.youtube.com/embed/5nLn-Uqyd7w?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Yesterday I posted a 4-minute video on YouTube containing a 3-point instruction. ‘This can apply to so many more things,’ a student said… … so I give it to you here also in written, transcript form, as it may inspire beyond the scope of what I had in mind: To talk about the importance [...]

The man who wasn’t there.

In awe, with out looking I saw him there, before me, Sun blazing at it's Zenith as a halo around his hooded form, hands held out beside him... dripping... (Thus he came to me, silent, waiting.) With out looking I saw the blood dripping, dark, rich red, dripping from the wounds in those hands, dripping [...]