A Life’s Work

On December 10, 2013, I started writing my Crane Book of Wisdom. The hard copy book I have been writing in since. About two years ago I started this blog. I started it with the intention of providing information to those who were looking for information on Druidry. My Crane Book of Wisdom (the hard copy) is roughly eighty-five percent to ninety percent full. In the last six months I have started three other books. I will soon need to start a second book. 🙂

 

The next is a book for my Ogham readings. This one I have mentioned before. I have drawn the ogham shapes and their meanings in the front of the book. In this book I write the question I have to ask and what ogham fews I have drawn. I remain, at present, on the fence on whether or not to include my decision. But I suspect I will at some point.

 

The next book is called The Book of Prayers and Blessings. In this book I have written prayers found in The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids magazine Touchstone. As well as a few from the Carmina Gadelica. I have Mara Freeman’s A Druid Blessing for the Trees, The Druid Prayer, and The Druid Peace Prayer.

 

Finally is the latest book. I call it The Druid’s Spell Book. In this I have written a spell composed by Ian Corrigan. And two others. I have just started it and it is coming along nicely.

 

My life’s work. It started with my Crane book of Wisdom, and has expanded to include so much more. I will keep you keep you informed with the progress….

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BOOK REVIEW: BRIGID

A Book review written about a book on Brighid, Goddess of Poetry, Healing and Smithcraft.

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Timely and highly recommended. Brigid: Meeting the Celtic Goddess of Poetry, Forge and Healing Well is shortly due for release in Moon Books’ Pagan Portals series. Author Morgan Daimler describes it as “a resource for seekers of the pagan goddess specifically”, offering “both solid academic material and anecdotes of connecting with Brigid in a format that is accessible and designed to be easy to read”. On my reading, this is an accurate description, and in my estimation Brigid takes its place as a valuable addition to modern pagan literature.

As Daimler points out, the Celtic Goddess Brigid is well known and popular. In the Gaelic-influenced world, she has an alter ego as a powerful Christian saint. Yet what we know, or think we know, is selective and potentially confusing for today’s pagan seeker. “The lore of the Catholic saint is attributed to the pagan Goddess, and some people see shadows…

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