As the witch in my fave Disney film Brave says: “never conjure where you carve!”
Here is a guest blog article I did for my friends over at Witch Path Forward:
We’ve been playing a lot of Minecraft as a family during this lock down and this looks so cool!
My Wep Ron Pet for summer solstice is the only one where I can take some pictures. The rest are usually in the dark. Today at noon was wonderful, sun out though a little breezy, my jasmine now in blossom and smelling incredible. So too the handfuls of incense! Shame my fig wasn’t rope so had to buy some. No pomegranates and I’m out of tiger nuts for cake too
Followed with a wonderful phone call with a friend.
Same again tomorrow and almost the same for three times a day for the next week 🙂
Over the last few months I’ve been working on a number of ideas that would work and are unique from me. Here it is then… I have a number of things that I do in my Kemetic (and Chaos Magic practices) that I think others might find handy, as well as the stuff I do for public events already.
There is more to come and its quite exciting stuff (well, for me at least).
Have a good look around and feel free to ask questions.
After the disappointment of postponement of the Glastonbury (and most likely the rest) of the story telling events (look out for the new dates that are coming) I do have some exciting news.
While I will still tell the many stories I already know, I’ve been spending the morning going through much of my bookshelf (still a stack to go) looking for inspiration for more stories.
Wow I have pages of interesting ideas ranging from the more obscure and unusual tales of the gods, to stories on daily life including dramatisation of real life documented court cases! I love a good murder mystery and a bit of gossip
I want to bring other aspects of ancient Egypt to life so I’ve loads of ideas to work on dramatisation of the documented rituals, festivals and religious texts to help understand what they saw in all of this, and why such beauty caught hold of me, my imagination and my life in my childhood. I’m sure many others who have a similar love for ancient know exactly what I’m saying
I think I’ve just given myself many months of hard work. It will be worth it though I see the imagery in my head already.
Back to the reading….