Slavic Domovoi

By Phoenix the Elder – Autumn has come, which means the return of my apprentice’s Domovoi who has a name. He always returns around mid to late Autumn, and comes to my space, not hers. This year was no different and he arrived around the third week of Autumn. In 2015 he knocked on the […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.

Dreaming Mirrors

By Phoenix the Elder (Compilation and additions) – My intention with this article is not magic, but to inspire being conscious when it comes to rituals, practices and dreaming, especially if these are natural gifts. Since we all have past life karma, the complexities of dreaming or those applied to waking dreams (signs, synchronicity and […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.

Real Chaos Magic and the Dream Bridge

By Phoenix the Elder – I want to share what real chaos magic is in my oral tradition as a shaman and dreamer (and folk healers, astrologer, seer etc). I went to a Magic Convention in Portland (an LGBTQ one) last spring, with a friend of mine who is a retired commercial pilot. Everyone was […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.

Magic and the Goddess Melinoë

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain Dreaming – I wanted to look up some Magic Gods and Goddesses to see traces and clues to the ties of karma, that real living magicians and sorcerers are connected to, from the eras of our past history. Well, its everywhere in the ancient scripts of Greek and Mediterranean and Middle […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.

Third Moon of Winter 2019

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – Greetings Moon Lovers, Artists, Dreamers and Empaths, we finally made it to the last Moon of Winter, the last of our Seasonal year. It begins Monday, February 4th 2019 as we now prepare for a transformation of seasons, the death of winter and the rebirth of spring. Winter begins to fade, […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.

Mi’kmaq Magic, Weather and Medicine

The Mi’kmaq Nation are people at Tufts Cove, Nova Scotia in Canada and their name Mi’kmaq derives from the term nikmaq, meaning “my kin-friends”. They have significant populations in Canada, United States (Maine); Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island. Related ethnic groups are the Abenaki, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, […]

To access this post, you must purchase Subscription.