(public essay) “Unless you’re incredibly rich, you better learn to compost, and to garden, to save water and to cook for yourself, to repair clothes and tend wounds, to preserve food and forage for it. And you should learn this soon.”
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[Public] A contribution to the #mypolytheism series.
Read More My Polytheism
The past was all metaphor, right? Myths just ways of encoding knowledge about nature, something easy to remember and something never more than it appears to be. Let the metaphor escape its imprisonment and it’ll wreak havoc on the mind, the soul, the world. It’s safer without magic, and gods, the fae and the dead. […]
Read More Metaphor’s End
On learning from the Dead, paying to see gods, and lots of updates.
Read More ‘Hugs from Ceridwen’
Apparently, I’m going to New Grange for Midwinter Solstice.
Read More Do Not Look There, Unless You’d Leave