I grew up reading about King Arthur, The Morrigan, Camelot and Merlin. I was highly obsessed with these subjects and it helped to live in a pagan dominant home where I was taught to leave candies and gifts out for the fae. As a child I knew no God or Goddess. What I did know was that I had friends in trees, and I loved chasing butterflies and rubbing the soft fur of caterpillars on my face. I collected rocks and leaves, made crafts from them, sang and spoke to the ocean and forest when I was able to get to one. I may have been simple minded with a pure heart but it was enough. As I grew older, I became more angry and more distant without realizing it. I have a hard time understanding humanity and how it reacts/acts to things and treats the environment so much so that I've become secluded and only allow a certain amount of people into my life. I live a rather solitary lifestyle but through all this I've rekindled my connection with nature.
When I read about the Tuatha, it sparked so many memories of the old world for me. I began having dreams of a time where things were simple and magick existed in ways that go beyond a text book. I felt a deep longing to this world and a sadness I can't explain. I found this site by chance.
The world as you know it - all that you see, taste, feel and touch, comprises only about 5% of all of the stuff of the universe. The other 95% is what we have considered "nothing" or the "firmament" or the heavens or mystic Other Worlds. This 95% is multi-dimensional and consists of potential realities that may be perceived.
*✧⋆ Escape Through The Stella Portal *✧⋆Satellite souls united with One Light limitless,Giving rise to strands that bind ones soul lightAs lanterns, navigating hazards of being rejected Wanderers lost in noise, alien worlds, yet still the stars guide And they the wanderers yet we the wandering, wondering Amid blue-green jewels,…See More
Herbal Apothecary - A place to discuss the use of herbs, both their nutritional/healing properties as well as any associated 'magickal properties'. Topics include using dried and fresh herbs, tinctures, teas, and essential oils as well.See More