The air over the water shimmers in the heat of the morning, warm even at this early hour. The light has that golden syrupy quality that holds the promise of a hot day. The surface of the lake is still, like a mirror, glassy reflections of the trees that line the lake and the blue sky that will later deepen to cornflower as the temperature rises. Dragon flies zip across the surface and a swan moves lazily across the water.
There’s a magic to such places, wouldn’t you agree?
How many of us have physical representations of them on our altars or use them in ritual? If I were a betting woman, I’d wager a few of us for sure! But what do we actually do with the elements in our magic making?
Regular readers will know I bang on about community, solidarity and mutual aid a lot. I care deeply about these issues. Through them we can reclaim ourselves and our power, have more autonomy over more areas of our lives. Lilith’s Left Hand, in it’s future, will hopefully be a place with all of those issuesContinue reading “Introducing Lilith’s Left Hand”
The solstices are always a good time to take stock. While at winter we may muse over the successes and failures of the year, the summer solstice is a time for taking a look at our progress through the year so far, but it’s also a good time to look at the plans we made at the beginning of the year and adapt them to suit our needs and purposes going forward.