Morgan as a Title

There are tales that link Morgan to being a title rather than simply a specific character.    Modern Avalonian witchcraft traditions even sometimes refer to their priestesses as Morgens!   It is an interesting way of looking at the figure of Morgan Le Fay.    When we go back and look at the original reference…

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Avalon Poem

For today’s post I have decided to share a poem that came to me in a moment of inspiration, and creative liberation!    It is also largely inspired by my blog post from yesterday on walking the path of Avalon.    This is what the path of Avalon means to me, and I hope you…

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The Path of Avalon

For today’s post I would like to discuss walking the path of Avalon.   We can walk this misty twilight path of knowledge and personal empowerment, if we so choose.    Avalon can either be seen as a real place (which has been argued over the true location over for centuries) or as a state…

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The Morgana and Rhiannon Connection

For today’s post I would like to look at the connection between Morgan Le Fay and Rhiannon!    I have already done a post looking at Rhiannon’s connection to Guinevere, and this can be seen as almost a companion post to that one.    Many may question how one goddess can be connected to both…

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Daughters of Avalon

For today’s post I have decided to share a short story that I have written. It is a re-imagining of the Arthurian legends centering on Guinevere and Morgan Le Fay! I hope that you enjoy reading this work of short fiction. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! Daughters of Avalon by Maranda…

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The Fox in Myth and Folklore

For today’s post I would like to take a look at foxes as they appear in folklore and fairytales.    This animals are known for their intelligence and ability to maneuver their way into and out of situations.   In the Celtic world foxes were seen as spirit guides, as were many of the forest…

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My Top 5 Magical Celtic Books

In honor of this very magical time of year, I have decided to do a countdown of my top five magical Celtic books!   These books go deep into the history and myths of the Celts and Arthurian legends.    Each one is well worth reading for anyone interested in magic, myth, and legend (whether…

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Morgan Le Fay: Evil Enchantress

Hello my lovely readers, and welcome to another Femme Fatale Friday here at White Rose of Avalon!    This week I will be writing about the truly fatal side of the Arthurian figure of Morgan Le Fay.   I am sure this is a post some of you may have been waiting for, given that…

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Rhiannon as Dream Goddess

Today I want to look at an aspect of Rhiannon that is always there in this ephemeral, corner of the eye, sort of way.    That is her role as a dream goddess!    In The Mabinogion her connection to dreams is not explicitly stated.   This is mostly a read between the lines thing…

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Blessed Mabon!

Today I have decided to do a bonus post as it is the Autumnal Equinox!    The official time of the Equinox this year is 3:20 PM (Eastern Time) on Wednesday September 22.   This is a very powerful and spiritual time of year, as the time between Mabon and Samhain (or Halloween) is one…

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