How the Dark Lady of Sovereignty Can Foster Transformation

For today’s post I decided I wanted to do something that would work well with my YouTube video that I will be posting today!    My video is focusing on the relationship between Morgan le Fay and Guinevere.    In it I speak about Morgana’s role as a Dark Lady of Sovereignty.    So for…

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Golden Apples Poem

This is a poem I wrote about the power of Avalon and the sacredness of apples. Golden Apples by Maranda Wabik Golden Apples shine bright They emanate an inner light Gifts of Morgana I cherish them! Fruit of knowledge Fruit of sexuality Fruit of fertility Fruit of life Fruit of love Fruit of passion! She…

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Morgen’s Connection to Norse Magick

Hello, my Lovely readers!   Today’s post will look at a connection point between Celtic and Norse Magicks.   Morgen can be seen as having a connection to Norse magick because she can be seen as having similar aspects to Freya.    Both Goddesses have a deep connection to magic, to sexuality, to sacred lands…

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Morgana le Fay as Seductress

For today’s post I would like to look at Morgana aspect as a seductress.   In many tales of the Matter of Britain, Morgana is seen as an enchantress and a seductress.   She was known in many a tale to be the lover of several knights.    This is what would lead to her…

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Goddess of Death

For today’s post I would like to look at the different death Goddesses across different pantheons.    In Greece she was Persephone and Hekate, in Egypt she was Nephthys and Isis, in Norse myth she was Hel and Freya, in Celtic Ireland she was the Morrigan, in Celtic Wales she was Rhiannon and Cerridwen, in…

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How Ancestral Mythology Explains My Love of the Arthuriad

It is likely quite obvious to those reading this blog that I am obsessed with the Matter of Britain, or as it is commonly known the Arthurian legends.   This is something I believe can be partially explained by the idea of ancestral mythology.   I have written about ancestral mythology in the past, but…

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Kathryn Howard: Doomed Tudor Queen

For this week’s Femme Fatale Friday I have chosen to look at the story of Henry VIII’s infamous fifth Queen!   Kathryn Howard was just a teenager when she caught the eye of the aging monarch.   She is most noted for being the second Queen that he beheaded.   I feel much empathy for…

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Crows and Ravens as Symbols of Deities, and in Popular Culture

Crows and ravens are birds that evoke much in the way of emotions and passions in people.    This is likely because of the fact that crows and ravens are both associated with deities in multiple cultures.   This would lead to their inclusion in Aesop’s Fables, and later in literature.    In Arthurian legends,…

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My Top 5 Favorite Historically Inaccurate Period-Pieces

I am sure that by the title of this post most of my readers have figured out that I will be talking about period-piece television series.    I am especially focused on the very historically inaccurate ones.   These are chosen because they are very fun, if totally unrealistic!    I may adore the real…

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Three Aspects of the Morrighan

For today’s post I would like to discuss the three main aspects of the Morrighan.   The Morrighan is a triple Goddess of the Irish Celtic lore.    She can either be seen as a trinity of sisters that are in unity called Morrighans, or more often she is a single Goddess that embodies all…

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