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The Morrigan is a Celtic goddess of battle, strife, and sovereignty. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors, and in the Ulster cycle she also takes the forms of an eel, a wolf and a cow.

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The King in Yellow Most know the King in Yellow from Lovecraft’s stories and the Cthulhu mythos in general, but it predates his stories by quite some time. The King in Yellow is a forbidden play which causes those who read it to go mad, and comes from a collection of stories by the same name written by Robert Chambers. Along the shore the cloud waves break,The twin suns sink behind the lake,The shadows lengthenIn Carcosa.Strange is the night where black stars rise,And strange moons ...

Mother Moon Silver Gleaming Help me rest With peaceful Dreaming Father Sun In golden hue Help me rise Fresh and new Copyright: Greengoat Poetry Courtesy of the poet Fluffydust - if you like my poetry, ask and I will send you a link to my wordpress Blessed be - Fluff

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Magickal Moonie's Sanctuary The Full Moon Full Moon is when the moon has reached its zenith, it forms a perfect silvery sphere in the sky. This is a time for spells that transform, increase psychic ability, for fertility spells and invocation to lunar goddesses.

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This is actually an ancient glyph taken from the matriarchial cultures of Egypt and many others during that time period. Not necessarily just a "bull with horns" .. Egyptian Queens such as Isis wore this as a symbol of sovereignty. Moon Priestess Goddess Rising LLC

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