Monthly archives: October, 2018

WyldMoon Interview: Mabh Savage

In this WyldMoon Interview Herne talks with Musician and Author Mabh Savage about her books on Celtic Witchcraft, about Celtic traditions still living in the modern world and about her music!

Thanks to Mabh for this wonderful interview!

You can find out more about Mabh Savage on her website: https://mabhsavage.com

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Wyldcast! Episode 2

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WyldMoon Interview: Laura Perry

In our third WyldMoon Interview, Herne talks with Laura Perry, author of Labyrs And Horns, Ariadne’s Thread and The Minoan Tarot among other works.


Earth my Body – A Pagan Responsibility to the Natural World

A power station spewing smoke into the air

We can as a community begin to heal the world for tomorrow…


Stand Proud the Female Bard!

NSFW warning!

 

Songs about faeries are fine, they bring cheer to the soul, but the skill of the ancient bard lay not only in lifting spirits, but also in damning souls.


WyldMoon Interview: Lucya Starza

In the second of our WyldMoon Interviews Herne chats with Pagan Author Lucya Starza about her books on candle Magic and poppets. Join us as we discover the magic of poppets, dolls, cats and even divination by chocolate!


Band of the Month: Daemonia Nymphe

Dark, seductive, exotic and ancient, the music produced by London based duo Spyros Giasafakis and Evi Stergiou is sure to speak to an ancient and wyld part of your soul


Band of the Week: Rastaban

Belgian folk band Rastaban create lively music which draws on folklore from around Europe. The music feels as if it has no small amount of Gypsy influence and performances by the band are certainly energetic!


Magical Seeds: Acorns, Sycamore, Conkers, Chestnuts, Hazel Nuts & Rosehips

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The offspring of plants and trees and each one has the potential for new beginnings…
If you are out and about and you find seeds on the ground do collect one or two but leave some for Mother Nature to do her thing.  However, if there are plenty then they can be really useful in spell work.