A Guide to the Faeries of Avalon

There are almost as many names for faeries in these parts as there are stories about them, courtesy of the exiled Irish and Welsh whose memories still remain like holographic movies hovering in the morphogenic fields of the land they left behind. To the Irish, the faeries are known as the Tuatha da Danaan, and…

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The Way of Brigit – An Ancient Route to Self-Transformation

Ever wonder where the word ‘Britain’ comes from? It originated with Brigit of the Fae, whose name the Romans, for reasons best known to themselves, combined with that of another indigenous spirit, Ana, to create Britannia. They changed her sun disc into a shield and her wand into a sword, and thus almost managed to…

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Evoking the Goddess of the Isles of Britain

MOST of my life has been spent searching for the archetypal gods and goddesses of ancient foreign lands, wandering through dry and dusty mental landscapes of the early Middle East, Mesopotamia and India, looking for breadcrumb trails, while all the while, the goddess of my own green and pleasant land was just under my feet.

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