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I have written three series of spiritual fantasy novels/novellas: The Isles Beneath the Moon series (5 books, a loosely-linked series with a few characters carrying on, events of one book inform the next, etc.), The Bird-Mage Trilogy (same characters carry on; 3 books, a different world to the other series), and The Caer Anwen Chronicles … Continue reading My books

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Well met! A Welcome Greeting to all!

Croeso, Tervetuloa, Välkommen, Wilkommen, Failtè and Welcome!  (Welsh, Finnish, Swedish, German, Scots Gaelic - if you know already, well done!) I've got a feeling (funny things, feelings…) that this blog of mine is going to expand and evolve (endless forms most beautiful, maybe?) quite beautifully over time, as the things I think of, (and sometimes … Continue reading Well met! A Welcome Greeting to all!

Ascension and Truth

Ascension: becoming more light, moving into heart-cantered consciousness and away from the ego-mind. Becoming a being of Light as one truly is, unity consciousness, open-hearted peace, love, and joy in a fifth-dimensional way in place of third-dimensional fear and division. Labels, especially labelling people in certain ways, is a 3D concept to foment division and … Continue reading Ascension and Truth

Ride of the Moon Riders and another ride, a very long one.

Ride from roughly where old Troy was (opposite the Dardanelles; Hisarlik in modern Turkish), through Turkey (Well Northern Cappadocia, actually), crossing first the River Scamander, then the River Thermois, then the River Thermodon (now called the Terme) and near-ish to the coast up through the Caucasus to finish by the Sea of Azov on the … Continue reading Ride of the Moon Riders and another ride, a very long one.

On tradition and the nature of gluttony

Something that comes up for me at every modern festival in the year, is why is there this attachment to the consumption of more than one’s insides can hold comfortably? Why this gluttony, particularly of sweet and rich and fatty and dead things, merely because the collective consciousness is slow to change from the old … Continue reading On tradition and the nature of gluttony

More rides — and not just across Britain!

The same idea (see previous post) could be easily applied to many parts of Europe. One really good example is the Bielowisz (please correct my spelling!) Forest in Poland, vast and ancient. One could ride in sort of gentle wiggles from West-to-East and back again in a roughly Southern direction, going through Ukraine also to … Continue reading More rides — and not just across Britain!

How about a ride…diagonally across parts of Britain?

This came to me in a dream, and although the context was a touch different to the title of this post, it was essentially the same. A ride (horses, a few wooden wagons) from somewhere unspecified but in the Eastern Cairngorms or somewhere in the North-East of Scotland, across to the point closest to Ireland … Continue reading How about a ride…diagonally across parts of Britain?