Friday Foraging 25

Has it been a week already? Time again for my little snuffle in the Pagan forest, to see what treats I can find this week: Tadhg over at Tadhg Talks has an excellent two-part post on Looking Afresh at What we Take for Granted: Clouds. These posts reflect on how noticing and learning about everyday... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 24: Summer Solstice edition

Blessings of the Summer Solstice to you all! Here in the Northern hemisphere, we have reached the longest day, the hinge and turning point of the year, which is one of the most significant festivals for modern Pagans around the world. Those in the Southern hemisphere are celebrating the Winter Solstice today, of course, so... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 20: Beltane edition

Blessings of Beltane and the height of Spring to one and all! It's been a wee while since I've done one of these, so no doubt many excellent articles have been missed, apologies if yours is one of them! But here goes: Anna Walther at Wildseed Within writes on The Magic of Daily Practice. You... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 18

I've not been online as much this week, so it's a small forage today, but here we go: The Witch of Lupine Hollow has a simple Ostara Candle Spell for Clarity, which I think could easily be performed at any time of year with a few tweaks. I don't do a lot of spellwork but... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 17

Another weekly snuffle through the undergrowth of the Pagan interwebs to bring forth the delights of Friday Foraging! This week: Julia Penelope at The Wandering Witch on Patheos discusses something that I have long found problematic but didn't quite have the words to express: the use of the term "Shaman" to mean any "indigenous" and/or... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 16

Is it Friday again already? That's come by fast. Here's my regular round up of foraged links from the Pagansphere this week. Given that it's International Womens Day, I'll be featuring the writing of women in Paganism today. First it's Cat Treadwell, Speaking As A Woman, reminding us what feminism means for all of us:... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 15

A snuffle in the undergrowth - is it a badger? A fox? Nope, just me with another Friday Foraging! In no particular order, here we go: Country Living magazine has a feature on "Witch markings", those strangely beautiful graffiti sigils found in medieval and early-modern barns, churches and rural buildings: 6 things you need to... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 13

Welcome to another Friday Foraging! This week, there's an Anima Monday double bill! If you aren't already following them, go do that thing. The first is an exploration of magic, wonder and beauty: Animism and Magic: Walk in Beauty Outside and you Walk in Beauty Inside. I love this post, it articulates so much of... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 12: Imbolc edition

Well, the snows have finally arrived in my part of the world, and Winter is biting with full force. Yet, in the midst of the frost and chill, the days are getting longer (the sun won't set before 5pm again until November!), and there are signs of coming Spring. The snowdrops are blooming, poking their... Continue Reading →

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