Our journey into the history of paganism begins with the exploration of deities from past ceremonies. Áine is the Gaelic goddess of summer, wealth, and sovereignty.
The Sturgeon Moon offers us bounties, both spiritual and agrarian. Today we explore the moon and it’s history in ritual.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
No matter how cloudy the sky becomes, there is always blue sky on the other side – in the same way that no matter how busy the mind appears, there is always an underlying sense of stillness if we can just stop for long enough for it to appear.
– Andy Puddicombe