The Pagan group I am a part of is very eclectic with practitioners of many diverse paths among its members and we like to introduce different ideas occasionally, to keep things interesting. During 2016 we focussed on Egyptian deities for our full moon and dark moon rituals and in 2017 the spotlight has been on Celtic deities. The theme of our upcoming Beltane Weekend is “Avalon — A Cosmic Power Point”. We will be learning about and tuning into the cosmic energy power points of ancient Avalon through ritual, workshops, pathworking, dancing and drumming, connecting to our own special cosmic power point and creating a crystal grid to heighten our ritual and meditation experiences, and of course we will have our traditional Maypole to dance around. We will be starting off with a fire ritual with the Celtic God Bel and the Spring Maiden on the Friday night and then on the Saturday night we will be doing a different, more primal ritual working with Ahriman — the Persian Adversary. During our meditation when working with Ahriman we will be transforming into therionick bestial forms and hunting out that which is working against us/feeding from us/blocking our progressions etc. We will then be binding that energy to a sacrifice using knot sorcery for the Devas to remove. Continue reading →
Although the total solar eclipse earlier today was not visible from Australia the energy was still strong. The time of maximum eclipse here in Sydney Australia was 4:25:35AM, 22 Aug 2017. So, what time did I wake up this morning for no apparent reason? …at 4:24AM of course, and then I couldn’t get back to sleep until a bit before 7AM (which, when I later checked here, turned out to be very close to the time of the last location in the world to see the partial eclipse end). Continue reading →
Eclipse basking in the energies of the Dragon Portal
My very first crystal Dragon skull, called Ouromundi, is a black obsidian Dragon, and now I have a second black obsidian Dragon skull, called Eclipse. I’ve always felt there was something extra special about the black obsidian Dragon Skulls, even before I found out that they are considered by some to be Master Dragon Skulls. Continue reading →
On this beautiful sunny Imbolc (southern hemisphere) afternoon Apricot and Haandoth asked to be taken outside to the Dragon Portal (which looks just like a firepit 😉 ) in my yard for a while, to experience and connect with the energy of the vortex for the very first time.
After a while they asked me to move them to the grass beside where I sat with my back against the biggest stone at the edge of the portal. Continue reading →
I had been thinking about getting a pyrite Dragon for quite some time as I felt Thorgründ (my hematite Dragon) would appreciate having another metallic Dragon to be with, but none of the crystal Dragon skulls I’d looked at so far ‘spoke’ to me. Continue reading →