Green witch • September Pagan Challenge # 18.
Whenever anyone asks “are you a black witch or a white witch?” (thankfully this is an increasingly rare question), I say “neither, I’m a green witch”. I love walking in the woods and gardening, so I think that makes me a green witch. I also try to be green by doing recycling and using less resources. Continue reading
Birds • September Pagan Challenge # 14
Autumn is when many birds start to migrate southwards. In Canada, skeins of geese are seen flying overhead; in England, birds start lining up on telegraph wires, ready for their long journey south.
Mindfulness • September Pagan Challenge # 12.
I don’t do mindfulness because it makes me ill. There’s a large body of evidence that people with a predisposition to anxiety and depression shouldn’t engage in mindfulness practices because they exacerbate these issues. Continue reading
Divination. September Pagan Challenge # 10. The runes are my go-to for divination.
Stones. September Pagan Challenge, day 8.
These photos of Stanton Drew stone circle are from a visit to the UK in September 2019. For those who don’t know, I moved from the UK to Canada in May 2018. Stanton Drew is one of the largest stone circles in Britain. It’s made of red sandstone from the Mendip Hills nearby. I love it. Continue reading
September Pagan Challenge #6: Favourite autumn pastime
Incense — September Pagan Challenge #4. One of my favourite incenses is Night Queen, which turns out to be made from a night-blooming jasmine known as Queen of the Night.
September Pagan Challenge #3: Sunrise
Full Moon, 12 November, 2019
Full Moon, 31 December 2020
September Pagan Challenge day 2: Full Moon.
September Pagan Challenge #1: Introduction.