Aphrodite is the salty sea. Ocean waters both calm and wild, like the temperament of woman. She is skinny dipping under the light of a full moon. The soft caress of water on bare flesh. The cool kiss of the waves on a hot summer day....
Aphrodite is well-known as the Goddess of Love. She also goes by the names Lover of Laughter and The Golden One. I believe these two titles sum up the sparkling energy of Aphrodite, the original Mother Goddess. Beltane and Litha is the time of the year when the magic of Aphrodite is most strongly felt,... Continue Reading →
Just had to share this with you, a great tale of Herne the Hunter. Herne the Hunter: a short story.
P is for Persephone, Maiden of Spring and Queen of the Dead. Known also as Kore, young maiden, or Proserpina, by the Romans. Persephone led a peaceful and quiet life, up until her kidnapping. Though, due to her great beauty, she was highly sought after as a consort, her Mother, Demeter, sheltered her much-loved Daughter and kept... Continue Reading →
P is for Prometheus. Prometheus is the Titan God who brought fire to mankind. He also brought to us the art of Crafts, which he himself invented. But before these things, Prometheus created mankind. Born of Iapetus and Clymene, Prometheus was a bit of a rebel. He scorned the Gods and ridiculed Zeus. Though,... Continue Reading →
H is for Hekate. I started out writing this post as I usually do for Gods, Goddessess and Mythology, researching and writing a few myths and correspondences. But for Hekate, my Matron Goddess, this didn't feel right. So, this post is written and sourced from my own experience with Hekate. Hekate, Goddess of Crossroads, Magic,... Continue Reading →