A recipe on how to brew a heather and mugwort honey mead, with the history and folklore of the healing herbs.
There used to be many myths and beliefs surrounding mirrors and your reflection. So find out about some of the ancient superstitions and the history of mirrors.
North Carolina, home to the Tar Heels, Appalachian Mountains, beautiful beaches and monsters..... lots and lots of monsters. So step right up and take a peek inside. Get yourself a tiny glimpse of all the delightfully...
An overview of the Celtic festival Samhain, from ancient times to its modern aspects, including recipes and rituals (first published in Pagan Forest Magazine).
Irma looks to be a storm for the ages. What is to come? I glimpse into the figure of Odin and his wisdom poetry give insight into the nature of the impending storm.
How much do you know about Pallas Athena? Try this mythology trivia quiz, or read on for facts and trivia about the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom and war.
A cautionary tale on the deadliness of fairies - and how to recognise a changeling
From Leprechaun occupied forests to Fairy trees and rings, belief in the little people is alive and well.
We have come across the Nagas or the serpent gods across different cultures. Mainstream science hasn't explored it. However, one question remains. Who were these serpent gods?
The holiday at the Winter Solstice existed long before Christmas came to Europe. The Old Religion placed equal emphasis on the sexes, and female figures from Old Yule lingered on for ages.