“Keefliah Onshoo” (A person of great wealth in simple things, a simple stone, magical and cleansing), crystal quartz (“feenshtoo” a beautiful stone made of crystal clear “ionjha” (onyx). Helpful to clear out dark demonic energies from the mind and spirit.
On a journey of the soul, an ascension of the Goddess, a long and weary process, I travel far and deep into the abyss to let it go. A collective spiritual ascention is happening for the star children, and being out in the physical reality is painful. So I created this magical space in my home. These plants are me, they are my family, I am them, they are me. I am the “Flohn” (the God who is the Goddess “Askya” (a sky person, the one who is Anya Kah, Gaia, a person who is the earth).Continue reading “The Goddess Efluuncha’s Indoor Garden”
Yule, or the winter solstice, takes place on the longest and darkest night of the year. This festival celebrates the birth of the sun, warmth and the return of the growing season. Each day after Yule the sunlight continually grows a little brighter and stronger. In Pagan tradition, the goddess gives birth to the Sun God, or the Oak King, and with the birth of the solstice sun, the light is reborn. Yule takes place on December 21st, or the winter solstice, of every year.Continue reading “Yule: Celebrating the Return of the Sun and the Winter Solstice”
It’s definitely in the air . . . the season of Yule! The air is crisp and chilly. And shopping at Whole Foods for Thanksgiving veggies today brought the start of the season to life. As is the tradition in my Scandinavian family, we cook all holiday meals with lots of root vegetables, including rutabaga, parsnip, sweet potatoes, and squash. Luckily, Whole Foods had them in abundance (and for the first time ever I found an organic rutabaga)! In this visit we also saw the introduction to the up and coming season, with live green garlands, wreaths brimming with pine cones, Christmas trees bundled and lined up along the storefront.