Here under Cipak, the sacred mountain of the Similkameen, the maiden wearing her wedding veil at this time of year and the eastern toe of the Cascades, lies a grassland without weeds, […]
The three goddesses of September … … in fact, all five goddesses of September … … have only increased in power. It is not the shortest day. It is the same day in […]
At the height of the Cascade Mountains, at the lip of the North Pacific Rainforest, two rivers rise: the Skagit, which flows on through a dam system to provide water for Seattle and seeps on through […]
Like poplar catkins, for instance. Here they are with dandelions…… and with weird freaky roadside grass .. … with poplar leaves and light … … and, heck, might as well throw in […]
Remember the rowans of January? Well, it’s not like that now! Remember the rowans of St. Brigid’s feast day? Things have changed around this place. The rowans are uncurling. […]
When trees are sacred, the earth doesn’t turn into a desert. And birds come, too, out of the air.
In poetic tradition, the number three is sacred to the Goddess of poetry, as is the colour red. This is not the age of the Earth in which people are comfortable talking about […]