A type of hibernation stealthily and persistently came over me in late winter. This was not hibernation of the warm, cozy cave, but rather the sinking into the earth, the mud, the hibernation of moistness cradled in mud. Aquatic frog hibernation, not grizzly or black … continue reading »
ary Magdalene has been on my mind for months now. This preoccupation is not typical. Even though I had a Christian upbringing, Mary Magdalene, like other biblical or New Testament figures, certainly wasn’t highlighted as someone important enough or worthy for in-depth Sunday school discussion. … continue reading »
he Year of the Snake or Serpent began last year on February 9th and its reign will be over for another twelve years on January 30th. At this point, we are literally at the tail-end of Snake.
It has been a rough year for me … continue reading »
he title of this post almost sounds like the name of an alt-folk band, but it’s actually just a plain title for a seasonal holiday, a holy bonfire, and an amazing tree. A large part of my work within mythology involves restoring our ancient mythic … continue reading »