Last week, I had the pleasure of going on a road trip to the snow with my fellow Huntress sisters. Being located in the Bay Area, snow is not a thing we see unless we specifically go looking for it. Plan we did, and off we went.
This weeks CAYA Newsletter has arrived:
Within you’ll find links to other Clergy members blogs, the Fathers of Change working, and local events in the Pagan community.
– Blessings –
Blessed Imbolc! As the wheel of the year continues to turn, we are presented with the first signs of spring. The days are visibly growing longer, and Winter is slowly becoming a memory. Well, sort of. Storms continue to rage nation wide as we deal with El Niño and other big weather, including recent blizzards. Nonetheless, this is a time of renewal.
You can find this post on my new website by clicking here.
The Prisma Visions Tarot started as a Kickstarter campaign, and has been on the market for nearly a year for all non-backers. I’ve had the deck for a little more than three weeks, and I only discovered about its’ origins after that. So, I’m a bit late to the party. Yesterday, however, James R. Eads announced that the Second Edition of the deck would be available on Feb. 2 – it seems fitting that I would write this review now.
Behold, the new CAYA Coven Newsletter:
Within you’ll find links to other Priest/esses blogs, information on the Aspirant Training program offered by the Coven, upcoming circles, and local event in the Pagan community.
– Blessings –
Today marks my 3 year anniversary with WordPress. This blog space has changed so much over the years. When I first started, nearing the end of my first Initiation, I had two blogs. One (which I no longer update) was for my everyday life with an emphasis on family, and the other (this one) was for witchy things only.