When presented with the question, “What drew you to Druidry?” I have a hard time pinpointing the moment. I feel as though I’ve always been drawn to “Druidish” things, whether it be in the sense of a pull towards Irish myth and culture or in the sense of a connection with the land, sea and … Continue reading the draw to druidry (Bardic Course – NOD)
M. Isidora Forrest's Isis Magic truly is a treasure trove of a book, providing a well-mapped path on this journey. After reading through the initial 10 chapters, the actual work of becoming a priestess of Isis has begun.On August 6th, T and I had our first ritual taken from Isis Magic and slightly adapted to … Continue reading Tying the Knot – Becoming a Votary of the Goddess
"By psychologizing the gods, we have contributed to the ongoing disenchantment of the world, which began with the Enlightenment. We have humanized the gods, but in doing so, we have sometimes lost the sense of the gods as gods." from The Archetypes are Gods: Re-godding the Archetypes I happened upon this article by accident today, … Continue reading Psychologizing the Gods
T and I met at the rose gardens in Washington Park on Saturday to chat about the chapters. I thought we'd be done in a few hours, but as usual, we took longer, winding our way through the chapters and out and then back again, all while enjoying a truly beautiful part of the city.Some … Continue reading Isis Magic – Notes from Ch 1-3
The masters is finished and I can have my life back - I cannot express how delighted I am. Somehow the last two years feels more like two decades. So I'm starting with an in-depth study of Isidora Forrest's new edition of Isis Magic. Over the next three weeks I'll be reading the first nine … Continue reading Getting Started!