Posted on Nov 14, 2020

The Last Abbot of Glastonbury

Lisa on the Tor

Living Mythology When people believe something about a place they behave in ways that make it come alive with the story. They act on what they believe is true and have experiences to reinforce and strengthen that truth. That is why I am so curious about sacred landscapes, the history and mythology of locations of power. In particular, living...

Posted on Jun 17, 2019

Big Changes at The White Spring, Glastonbury

There has been a huge transformation at The White Spring in Glastonbury. We were going to keep it under wraps until we were a bit further along however, there is so much excitement among our global community. Teasing images have been found on social media to suggest that there are big changes at the White Spring. Companions and friends...

Posted on Jun 12, 2019

Pantheacon 2019. It’s Time to Witch Up.

Not quite realising ‘It’s Time to Witch Up,’ I start the day with no idea how urgent it is. The conference is almost done, but not quite. The lobby fills with folk who are packing up and heading home. There are more workshops and we have been blessed with an extra night at the Doubletree fancy-ass hotel. Consequently, we...

Posted on May 08, 2019

Pantheacon Sunday

Hanfasted at pantheacon Sunday

Our last full day at Pantheacon. Much of our work here is done and we begin to relax a bit more. Our only commitment today is to be at the ‘meet and greet’ that Storm Faerywolf has arranged. Pantheacon Sunday Schedule is rich with teachings and offerings. I want to get to the Llewellyn suite at some point, so...

Posted on Mar 30, 2019

Pantheacon – Saturday is for Ancestors

Future Ancestors at Pantheacon

It’s Saturday Morning at Pantheacon 2019. Tonight at 9pm we will be doing the ‘Ancestors of Blood and Spirit Ritual’ with RJ and Jessika so we have to remember to eat and schedule in the time to prepare. We are well rested; somehow the bed feels extra comfortable for all the effort it took to get it here. You...

Posted on Mar 27, 2019

On Having No Bed

no bed

No Bed! After travelling from San Francisco to San Jose on public transport it is a relief to get to the Doubletree Hilton Hotel. As guests, we are to be hosted in an Honors room, the fancy ones on the 8th floor overlooking the mountains. What a treat! Especially since it’s Valentine’s day. We are hoping for a romantic...

Posted on Mar 22, 2019

Pantheacon – Friday

Pantheacon badge and ribbons

Pantheacon 2019 After a bit of hoohah, on having no bed due to a mix up over rooms, we have a late start to Friday morning at Pantheacon. There is just enough time to register and collect our presenter badges from the Green Room before getting to the opening ritual. On the way, we meet Jessika, one of our...

Posted on Mar 15, 2019

San Francisco Botanical Garden

At the end of our epic coastal walk, after visiting Baker Beach, we find the bus at the entrance to Golden Gate Bridge and head back to San Francisco Botanical Garden, one of the most elaborate and diverse gardens in the world. San Francisco Botanical Garden is located in Golden Gate Park, near the corner of Ninth Avenue and...

Posted on Mar 07, 2019

Land’s End to Baker Beach

This is the final part of our Golden Gate Coastal Walk. From the Labyrinth at Land’s End, we climb up more than 100 steps to get back onto the path. Our next stop is Baker Beach. I guess we could have scrambled up the side we dropped down from. It’s a longer way up from the bottom to the...

Posted on Mar 04, 2019

Golden Gate Coastal Walk -pt 1

Setting off on Golden Gate Coastal Walk Under a grey overcast San Francisco sky, we head off toward Golden Gate Park with less of a plan and more of a list of places we want to visit. The Botanical Gardens are open for free on the second Tuesday of every month, nicely synchronising with our visit, so that’s on...

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