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Machinima maker, Poet and member of Druids of the Second Realm,
focusing on the Elven and the Ancient Ways.
Celestial, because this denotes the heavens, the freedom of the skies and the beyond,
Elf, because of my affinity with the ancient origins of the term, describing semi-divine beings endowed with magical powers which they use for the benefit of mankind.
My interest is in Re-Visioning the Ancient stories in modern life, to assist people in visualizing and thereby actualizing more positive, life based and nature linked ways to deal with life, relationships and with the sacred world all around us.

I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge...............
that myth is more potent than history.

I believe that dreams are more powerful than facts.........
that hope always triumphs over experience

And I believe that love is stronger than death........
that laughter is the only cure for grief.

Among my eclectic range of influences I would include such poetry as:
J.L. Stanley's Catechism For A Witch’s Child;

When they ask to see your gods, your book of prayers,
show them lines drawn delicately with veins on the underside of a bird's wing,
tell them you believe in giant sycamores mottled and stark against a winter sky,
and in nights so frozen stars crack open spilling streams of molten ice to earth,
and tell them how you drink a holy wine of honeysuckle on a warm spring day,
and of the softness of your mother who never taught you death was life's reward,
but who believed in the earth and the sun and a million, million light years of being.

Bright Blessings
elf ~
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Flight Of The Shamanic Santa

Posted on December 14, 2013 at 5:59pm 0 Comments


Santa Claus Shamanic Sources;

Most religious historians agree that during the Christianization of Northern Europe local traditions were incorporated into the new Christian holidays, thus Saint Nicholas was elevated for his kindness to the poor and Santa Claus was created, a Christianized version of earlier Pagan Gods. Santa researchers agree that many aspects of Santa derive from The Norse mythology, particularly the magical Odin or the hearth protector and…


The Faerie Trees

Posted on November 23, 2013 at 3:40am 0 Comments

Oak, Ash, and Thorn - These three trees are called the Faerie Triad because groves which include all three of these trees are places where you can see the faeries. All three are Druid sacred trees and part of the Celtic Tree Calendar which is a Lunar Calendar of 13 months, each 28 days in length. Each month of the Celtic Lunar calendar bears the name of a tree, which also stands for one of the consonants in the Celtic 'tree alphabet'. It is terribly bad luck to cut down a…


Samhain Song

Posted on October 28, 2013 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

Samhain Song

Samhain the beginning of the "darker half" of the year - the veil is thin between the worlds of the living and dead. As at Beltane, special bonfires are lit to protect the community. Feasts are also held, at which the souls of dead kin are invited and a place set at the table for them.Originally the "Feast of the Dead" was celebrated in Celtic countries by leaving food offerings on altars and doorsteps for the "wandering dead". Single candles are also lit…


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