Frigg: Faith must be used to be created Frigg came to me in a dramatic fashion. I was painting runes one night when clear as day I heard a man say, “Frigg”. Nothing more than that name. I stopped painting and looked up and thought there is no way to say I did not… Continue reading Frigg: Faith must be used to be created
Eurishkagal: Underworld Connector She caught my imagination, she’s the Great Queen of the Underworld/Earth in Mesopotamian mythology. She is most known for her appearance in the Descent of Inanna who has proved more popular than her sister/aunt. There’s a tendency to go for the “lighter” Goddess in instead of the one who seems… Continue reading Eurishkagal: Underworld Connector
Linotte, The Sorcerer Maid I love fiction and will reread favorites over and over. Fiction is used at times in my personal mythic system. I read the Porcelain Dove sometime in the 90’s and it stuck with me enough that I put Linotte in the goddess tiles I created. What struck me about… Continue reading Linotte, The Sorcerer Maid
Ninhursag Lady of the Mountains Ninhursag the Lady of the Mountains Sumerians weren’t keen on actual names for their deities. They gave them titles which in turn becomes their name. She is where my interest in Sumer sparked. How I love these old stories form the Middle East. She also led me to… Continue reading Ninhursag: Lady of the Mountains
Kaun Yin I’m not even really sure how Kaun Yin showed up in my life. I didn’t really seek her out. At least that’s how I feel about it. Memory can be fleeting, she just kind of slipped into my life without me thinking too much about it. She’s really the first goddess… Continue reading Kaun Yin
All Hail Eris! Last year I decided to chronicle what I did at each of the eight Sabbats. About three of them in I realized I didn’t really do much for the majority of them and started to feel really lame. This year I decided to write about my exploration of the divine feminine… Continue reading All Hail Eris!
Persephone and Me Last year I decided to chronicle what I did at each of the eight Sabbats. About three of them in I realized I didn’t really do much for the majority of them and started to feel really lame. This year I decided to write about my exploration of the divine feminine… Continue reading Persephone and Me