Shady pine trees and rivers of light: The Witches Sabbat at Raven’s Knoll 2016

The way that people stitch themselves together happensSlow slow slowMeklit Hadero The fire, the conifers, the constant chorus of cicadas, frogs, and toads. The pine needles that coat the forest floor, a soft tapestry soaked in cedrus deodara that protects and nourishes. I learned long ago that many conifers do indeed drop their needles (and… Continue reading Shady pine trees and rivers of light: The Witches Sabbat at Raven’s Knoll 2016

Magical arts and sacred geographies

A few weeks ago I read an article by Maranda Elizabeth called: How Magic Helps Me Live With Pain And Trauma (read here). The article directly inspired the reflections below, as I want to highlight the importance of magical and artistic geographies when it comes to both magic and creativity. Before I dive into the… Continue reading Magical arts and sacred geographies