Solstice Sisters

by angeliska on December 21, 2014

Happy Winter Solstice, and new moon in Capricorn. This is a reflective season, a time to go inward and focus on the light within. The regenerative powers of darkness gather around us now, and give us a container to find (…)

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Wisewoman Honey

by angeliska on September 25, 2014

Tonight is the new moon, both a few days after the Autumnal Equinox and a new year, if you celebrate Rosh Hashanah (and if you do, then שָׁנָה טוֹבָה to you!) I’m trying to slow down a little, and remember (…)

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Summer Solstice – Strawberry Rose Moon

by angeliska on June 26, 2013

Hot on the heels of the Summer Solstice, the full moon in Capricorn has waxed gravid over the horizon – a supermoon to boot, pregnant with all the intensity and magic of a grand water trine (Sun in Cancer, Saturn (…)

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Winter Solstice – Bright Stars + Firelight

by angeliska on December 20, 2012

The winter solstice is nearly upon us – this one so trepidatiously anticipated as a harbinger of either the end of the world, or the beginning of a new era of human conscious – depending on you talk to. For (…)

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by angeliska on October 26, 2012

Words and images are the real tools of magic-making, stronger than wands or cups or candles. They hold a deep and ancient power to create or alter our realities. From shadows and handprints on the cave wall to whispered incantations, (…)

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by angeliska on August 1, 2012

Yesterday, I crossed a milestone that has been waiting for me for half my life. At the age of 33, I passed my driving test, and at long last – got my driver’s license. It’s an odd feeling: at once (…)

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Blue Moon Honey

by angeliska on July 7, 2009

Oh my lovelies, it seems lately I’ve been a deep sea creature- swimming far beneath the photic zone, lost in dark blue folds of water- oblivion lit only by my brightly bobbing lantern lure. I’ve been trying to fight my (…)

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