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HEKATE and the Blood Moon

International Women’s Day March 8th  2019 HEKATE is Goddess of the crossroads and holds the keys to the Underworld. She is associated with the dark moon and holds the energy of the ‘blood mysteries’ which are ; the first menstruation, … Continue reading

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The ebb and flow of SELENE

SELENE in Greek Mythology is the personification of the MOON, and sister of the SUN God Helios. Selene mirrors and reflects the light of the Sun to Earth at night and thereby controls the tides of the seas, according to … Continue reading

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FRIGG – “The Beloved” ❤️

Every Friday we honour the Greatest of the Norse Goddesses, FRIGG  – Goddess of fertility and motherhood also wife of the great God ODIN. Queen of Asgard. Her name literally means “Beloved” and she is associated with foreknowledge and deep … Continue reading

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The Lady , the Unicorn and the White stone……

This is a new alchemical dry-point print. Ever since visiting the Lady and the unicorn tapestries in Paris in the summer I have been pondering the mystery behind these beautiful images. I have placed the lady and the unicorn into … Continue reading

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The Witch-Hare……

It is said that witches turned themselves into hares. Apparently the hare was the most common disguise of witches in Europe. It is believed by some that hares sitting in rings, known as a “hares’ parliament”, are a symbol of … Continue reading

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The Fool……

Come to the Edge by Christopher Logue Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It’s too high! Come to the edge. And they came, and we pushed, And they flew.

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The Hysteria of Cassandra or “The wandering womb”…..

Cassandra fell asleep in a temple, and snakes licked  her ears so that she was able to hear the future. Cassandra was both beautiful and considered insane. However, her perceived insanity is the result of being cursed by the god … Continue reading

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