Have a fun and blessed day dear ones.
The year is 1100. The date is August 1. The monks in the abbey at Gloucester are celebrating the holy-day of St. Peter in Chains. One of the monks wakes from a strange dream in which God promises to strike down the wicked King who has abused the Holy Church. His superior, Abbot Serlo, on hearing of the dreams sends a warning to the King, William the Red, who has oppressed all of England with taxes and disgusted many with his licentiousness and blasphemy. Red, as he is called, receives the message the following day while preparing to indulge in one of his favorite sports, hunting, in the New Forest. Although there are no longer any people dwelling in the New Forest — they were all cleared out by Red’s father, William the Conqueror — there are rumors that it’s a hotbed of pagan activity. And August 2 is an important pagan holy-day. The Saxons call it Lammas, the Loaf-Mass. William the Red laughs at the warning from the monks and goes out hunting. A short time later, he is dead, struck in the chest by a stray arrow, and his brother, Henry, who was in the hunting party is riding hot-foot for Winchester and the crown.
Now some people say that William the Red was a Lammas sacrifice, …
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As above, As below
As within, As without
We follow the cycle of the Lady Moon from Maiden to Mother to Crone.
Blessed be dear ones.
I was sitting in my backyard early this morning with my two familiars and first, the dew on the grass caught my eye as the dew sparkled like tiny diamonds. Then I looked to the sky and was amazing by the gossamer tendrils of clouds and the cotton like ones that had spaces in them reminding of small lakes. I closed my eyes and heard the morning brids sing their beautiful song. I could not help but feel the blessings of nature all around me that came out to show me wonders I would have never seen if I did not feel the call of Mother Earth.
Blessed be dear ones.
Now I know some of you reading this are wondering why I would announce a Catholic saint’s feast day on a pagan website. Wel for me and many others Mary Magdalene is not just a Catholic saint she is also the embodiment of a mother Goddess of love and acceptance that was incarnated many centuries ago and lives on along with all the other Mother Goddesses. SHe is right there with Isis, Mother Earth, Bridgit, and many others. I just got through attending a four-day online summit with some very knowledgeable women giving their insights to this wonderful lady. This is the last day of the summit but I believe you can still register to get access to all the material until next July. Here id=s the link for the summit: Mary Magdalene SUmmit
May love and peace be with you today and always my dear ones. Blessed be