For the lovers of Arthurian tales, inspired by two of the most magical places ever known: Camelot, with its knights, and Avalon, with its Priestesses. King Arthur, Excalibur and other related legends; Magic, Merlin, Morgaine, Viviane and the Goddess.
i hate summer because its hot and too sunny and bright, I love the dark side of the wheel of the year, but the biggest problem for me being big is the chaffing between the thighs, I sweat so much between the legs and the skin chaffs, I know that most big women suffer the same, how do you tackle it? I used to wear boxer shorts under my skirt but i still sweated alot with them on and they made me look bulkier.I want to be able to dress in a stylish and comfortable way, there are big owmen in very…See More
The natural transition from Mother to Crone is the end of some things and the beginning of a new life of wisdom and experiences. This group is especially for discussions of the so-called "change of life" at whatever age you happen to be entering it.See More
I have been reading about Welsh kings and princes from the exit of the Romansuntil their destruction in the 13th century at the hands of the English. Thereare many recurring names in the Welsh noble and royal family lines such asLlwelyn, Gruffudd, Daffyd, Maelgywn and Owain but you never see anyone named forArthur, assuming Arthur is a Celtic, dark age Briton, a heron of legend andpossibly history (even though there are a few contenders for the real Arthur) heprobably has his routes in Welsh…See More
Any apple shaped/mesomorphic body types here? how do learn to love what is not a very alluring shape when it gains weight? I am stuck in conflict with my apple shape and find it so hard to look feminine and to dress such a shape ( my hips are only 4 inches bigger than my waist) :( i feel so depressed, I have long thin legs but find myself out of proportion if i wear a skirt and feel like a man in drag.Any tips for dressing in a more alluring and more feminine way for apples? and most of all how…See More
The May childrenPart one.How it all began.Lammas day. Hot, languid and hazy, summer was bringing forth its ripe fruit, the distant hills were the colour of honey, all was golden, even the grass for it had been dry for some time now.A young man, hardly out of boyhood, hair the colour of the fermenting, honey coloured hills, strong and well made but with a child like face and his eyes as blue as corn flowers, was tired and need of refreshment as he made his way down to the cool, refreshing river…See More
I am 42, 13 in my head and love writing, art, cats, History and legend, Arthurian stuff, Old buildings, spirituality, making potions, Alchemy,All things Medieval, Gothic music, art and literature, Early music and cute things, vintage clothes and old things. I am sort of a mish mash of Celtic Christian and Pagan. I was born on the feats day of Bridget so am proud of this.
History books,"Dark" age Plantagnet and Tudor period.
Fantasy and legends eg. Harry Potter, lord of the rings, absolutely anything to do with King Arthur et al.
Classic childrens fiction. eg The secret garden
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual, I guess I fall into the realm of Celtic spirituality, I hate anything like Nazism, Racism, discrimination against anyone including disabled. I am feisty and very willing to fight for justice and to defend and help anyone or any creature that needs it.
caring for animals
rumaging round vintage clothes shops and markets
visiting castles, churches, monuments
Raphael the angel
Bridget of Ireland
King Arthur esp, the Welsh war lord Arthur
Scott ( boy friend)
Hello can anyone recommend any really good groups here about Alchemy and Hermetic philosophy ? If so can you let me know as I will be well away then, I love the theories behind it and the history and magic of it..
Happy Birthday, Alison of Conway. I would like to extend a special invitation to Knights and Ladies for your Birthday. May you find the group to your liking since you enjoy that era in time, as we all do. http://www.paganspace.net/group/knightsandladies