Last night, I went to Stonehenge! 🪨 I’ve always had the psychic gift of non-locality (i.e., remote viewing), but growing up, I never understood what I was doing. It just happened naturally. And I have lots of experiences from dreams I could share as well. 😂 So late last night, I was talking with my […]
For the New Moon in Capricorn in January 2019, I return to my list of 21 things I wanted to release at the Full Moon in Cancer in December 2018, & I decided to change them all around….
When I met my Divine Masculine in person, I experienced the “Twin Flame Eyes” phenomenon that seems to be a hallmark of the connection in the physical.
The Full Moon in Cancer is right on the heels of Yule (a.k.a. the Winter Solstice). I made a list of 21 things I wanted to release to the Universe to be transmuted.
July had two Full Moons, and the second Full Moon in a calendar month is called a “Blue Moon”. July 31st of each year is also Guru Purnima, a day on which a person thanks his/her teachers or mentors who have been especially helpful in your growth and development. Every August 1st is Lughnasadh, a […]
I am now an official Marriage Officiant! If you’re looking for a pagan, heathen, witchy, Wiccan, bohemian, theatrical, non-traditional, out-of-the-ordinary, non-Christian, and/or non-religious wedding, LET ME KNOW! (I will be happy to officiate a Christian marriage, too.) I want to provide an alternative to those who can’t or don’t want a Christian/church wedding but want […]
Today is June 21, 2014, and it marks 18 years since I self-initiated as a witch. The ritual took place in my backyard with a number of fellow witch-friends in attendance, along with too many mosquitoes and June Bugs to count. I had been on this road to witchdom for a couple of years, having […]
Happy Beltaine, everybody! Beltaine is an ancient Gaelic celebration of fertility and fire. In fact, Beltaine means “bright fire”. As with all holy “days” in ancient Irish and Scottish culture, this sun celebration traditionally begins on the night of April 30 and carries over to May 1 because the ancient Gaels started their “days” at […]