Annual All Hallow’s Gathering | Hallows

Annual All Hallow’s Gathering Saturday 29th saw the Annual Hallow’s Gathering organised by the Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Boscastle. We were treated to the Dancing of the Dark Morris with the Beltane Border Morris (from Devon), Catseye Morris (from Cornwall) and Wytchwood Morris...
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Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween.

Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween. Nos Kalan Gwav (eve of first day of winter)           Dy’ Halan Gwav (First Day of Winter) Kalan Gwav  is the Cornish festival of Halloween. It is that time of year when thoughts turn to the dark of the year, the...
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Meditation vs Vacation | meditation

Meditation vs Vacation A recent newsletter of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative carried news of an interesting piece of research. Scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the University of California, San Francisco, and Harvard Medical School used a rigorous study design...
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Mabon in Porthtowan

Mabon in Porthtowan     What a joy! to wake up on Mabon morning to the sun after all the rain. So what to do as this maybe the last the last sunny day we have this year.  ‘I hear the beach calling’, I say,...
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The Healing Light Fayre

The Healing Light Festival So we’ve just about recovered from another superb Healing Light Festival at the Heartlands in Pool, Redruth. It was a great weekend (18th and 19th Sept) and as we always say it’s like meeting up with friends and family. Kathy and...
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World Goddess Day 2016

World Goddess Day 2016 4th September 2016 World Goddess Day is on the first Sunday in September. It is a Goddess inspired, International Event that has now been running since 2014. This is the third event and in Cornwall it has been organised by Sue...
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Talking Tarot

Talking Tarot Of all the oracle systems in use today, Tarot is arguably one of the better known. 78 Cards… 22 images which could be said to describe the Fools Journey and a further 56 which add people and textures to the main chapters of the...
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A Scene in a Park

A Scene in a Park Even though open spaces within villages, towns and cities have a long history, what we recognise as Public Parks in the UK are, in many ways, one of the legacies of Victorian England. Indeed the first parks to become ‘public’...
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…. it all boils down to witchcraft!

…. it all boils down to witchcraft! OK so you can accuse us of aiming at an easy target, but a news article published on the 23rd June (2016) caught our attention and is worthy of comment. The item appeared on the website Prophecy News...
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The Shaman II

The Shaman II   In the previous post (Shaman I) we explored the word ‘Shaman’ and some of the very specific connotations of the word. We also made the point, possibly in a round-a-bout way that shamanic practices exist within a cultural framework and in...
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