Or, more simply... When the Grove visited my floating hobbit Hole... The evenings are drawing in now, so within gloom broken only by the twinkling of fairy lights we gathered last Tuesday evening. With just enough seats for all and a kitty for company. A generous feast to share and the perfect amount of tea … Continue reading They’re Taking the Druids to Hobbiton!
Hi All, I'm not on the dreaded Facebook currently, but it has been impossible to ignore your sincere expression of kindness. I wanted to write and thank you all on behalf of myself and my Father for the generous donation of a tree in my Mother's memory. I know she always enjoyed it when … Continue reading A Fond Thank You
Hundreds of people gathered at the passage tomb in Newgrange, Co Meath to mark the mid-winter solstice, but cloud cover meant the sun's rays did not illuminate the chamber. Hundreds of people gathered this morning at Newgrange in Co Meath to mark the mid-winter solstice. On the days around the solstice, between 19 and 23 … Continue reading Winter Solstice marked at Newgrange
Yeah Yeah Yeah... I know! It's Late... But never too late to share some classic poetry... Enjoy! HALLOWEEN by Robert Burns Upon that night, when fairies light On Cassilis Downans dance, Or owre the lays, in splendid blaze, On sprightly coursers prance; Or for Colean the route is ta'en, Beneath the moon's pale beams; There, … Continue reading Late! but still worth sharing…
The 21 Rules of Samhain! 1. When it appears that you have killed the monster, NEVER check to see if it's really dead. 2. Never read a book of demon summoning aloud, even as a joke. 3. Do not search the basement, especially if the power has gone out. 4. If your children or others … Continue reading The 21 rules of Samhain
What is Samhain? ~ Written by Tatterhood Also known as All Hallows Eve, All Saints’ Eve, Last/Blood Harvest, Ancestor Night, Feast of the Dead, Halloween, Hallowed End, Hallowtide (Scottish Gaelis Dictionary), Feast of All Souls and Nos Galen‐gae‐of Night of the Winter Calends (Welsh) to name but a few! Samhain, 31st October (Apr 30‐May 1 … Continue reading What is Samhain
With the year turning towards Samhain, and the theme for next months meeting being Divination, I thought I would see if I could start the ball rolling with a simple question & a little bit of self information... Please join in & add your own answer 🙂 What are your favourite divination tools & why? … Continue reading Divination Thread