How Did We Celebrate Imbolc?? Imbolc was usually celebrated by lighting sacred fires ( Brigit was the Goddess of Fire, the Fire of Healing and Birth). Bonfires and candles too were lit. Imbolc is variously known as the Feast of Saint Brigid (Secondary Patron of Ireland), Lá Fhéile Bríde, and Lá Feabhra – the first […]Imbolc How Did We Celebrate — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul
Originally posted on deadbutdreaming: Deadbutdreaming has discussed the case of the 1979 Wollaton gnomes incident previously, but I have only recently come to know Dan Green, who has been carrying out further investigations for some time now. Lately, Dan has been involved with a dowsing project at Wollaton, which is discussed in this article. The…Revisiting The Wollaton Gnomes by Dan Green — ravenhawks’ magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul
This project was for Rosalind Medea – thank you for this beautiful opportunity Rosalind.
Welcome to her Majesty’s Magickal Kingdom- Unicorn Mandala Art: Gold and black beauty she is. A warrior, grace, honor and style. They are fierce and poise. Powerful and Majestic. Unicorns symbolize magic, mystery, romance, positivity and much more.
Our client wanted a depiction of a unicorn for use to accompany creative projects such as storytelling. The client was interested in bringing elements of Mayan design and colors.
When I was about to bring this unicorn to life, to color her, she made herself clear to me that she does not have rainbow tails and hair and stomped her feet as I was listening. She explained that her color is black and gold. Just as we like to be represented by an artist exactly as we are, so do they. Our Animals, Mythical beings must be respected as they are always.
Rosalind Medea: https://rosalindmedea.com
More than 20 camels have been deployed in the Somali region of Ethiopia to carry wooden boxes filled with storybooks to help thousands of children in remote villages to continue their education. The mobile camel libraries have helped more than 22,000 children in 33 villages to get access to education during the coronavirus pandemic. Launched […]Mobile camel libraries help children in remote villages in Ethiopia to stay connected with storytelling — Life & Soul Magazine