• Patriarchy,  ShadowWork,  Uncategorized

    Blanket Forts

    I feel so alone. I’m so sad. I’ve reverted back to my childhood blanket to cover my face and wipe away my tears. Sobs, complete body buzzes of anxiety, it’s the season, it’s a hard astrological year, it’s been deep and terrifying and healing all at once. I’m so deep in my depression fort that I must be the only one unable to resurface, what’s wrong with me, why am I so BAD? Suddenly I feel it the vibrations of that old childhood telephone that I constructed, you know the ones with a long cord in between two cups? It vibrates and pulls and on the end miraculously, magically because…

  • Uncategorized,  Wheel Of Year

    Solstice Musings

    It’s here. Do you see the light? It’s the moment that the season of dark is markedly over and we slide into the frigid frozen ground of the deep winterscape. It’s the turning point on the wheel. Some people don’t feel it because they are stuck frozen in the deep cold, but those sentient, sensitive beings who know will soon start to begin to feel the bucking underground, the seeds beginning to sprout their first shoots beneath all of those layers of snow. It’s only up from here into the light until before we even know what’s happened we are sweltering again in the deep heat of the sun. We…

  • Patriarchy,  Uncategorized,  Witch's Market Herstory

    Witches are Rising

    Even though this was intended to be a fear mongering article I love it for so many reasons! First, because whoever wrote the article felt compelled enough to actually dig into some of the basics of the magic theories, particularly chaos magic and even though he translates it terribly and changes the true base meaning he at least actually did some research. Secondly, the fact that these witches out number Presbyterians articles are being written means that we are doing some good work and they are noticing! I like the ending quote and I’m not sure why the author decided to end on a note that further proves part of…

  • Fairy Tales Revisioned,  Patriarchy

    Is Santa Claus a Woman?

    The first and instinctive answer to spill forth from my tongue is an emphatic NO, but I always like to poke and prod around at those reflexive answers that have been planted like seeds somewhere deep inside probably out of self-preservation and ancient DNA remembrances of the patriarchal wounds and burning times.  Is Santa Claus a woman?  Now that would make one hell of a statement during our feminist, Goddess rising times wouldn’t it?  The sound of those words makes me smile cynically and deeply into my home brewed tea prepared for me by my sacred masculine partner, one of those rare jewels you find wondering about on an oasis…