Megan B.

Odin is the most powerful God in the Norse pantheon. He is sometimes called the all-father, but in fact has many names as he has taken on many personas for various occasions. He is associated with the day Wednesday. This is because the word Wednesday comes from the word Wotan,Continue Reading

How do you define your faith? Be as specific or vague as you’d like! If you’ve listened to episode 15 of the Round the Cauldron Podcast, you’ll know that I’ve struggled with defining my faith. A lot. I’ve been back and forth between hard and soft polytheism, duotheism, and forContinue Reading

Persephone – The Poems of Sappho I saw a tender maiden plucking flowersOnce, long ago, in the bright morning hours;And then from heaven I saw a sudden cloudFall swift and dark, and heard her cry aloud. Again I looked, but from my open doorMy anxious eyes espied the maid no more;TheContinue Reading

An empath is a person who can sense, feel, and even experience the moods, emotions, and energies of those around them. For the inexperienced empath, these might seem like random unprovoked mood swings (in those without a mental illness in which these are a symptom) or gut feelings that youContinue Reading

If you could travel back in time, where would you go and why? I’ve thought about this before, but I don’t think I have one solid answer because there’s so much that I want to know. We know that history is written by the victor, and most often, the victorContinue Reading

“Celtic goddess. Known in both Britain and on the Continent, Abnoba gave her name to the many rivers named Avon, including the famous one in England that flows through the the town where playwright William Shakespeare was born; she also ruled the source of the Danube River in central EuropeContinue Reading

Some days I pull a Tarot card in the morning just because, well, I feel like it. This morning’s card was a positive affirmation for where I am in my life and where I want to go. The Nine of Cups is often called the wish card because it showsContinue Reading

I don’t know what it is about this seasonal transition, but it has always been one of my favorites. I love walking outside in the morning and seeing the sky turn shades of orange and pink. The smell of new-blooming flowers. The scent of crisp morning dew on the grass.Continue Reading

Possibly triggering post with talks of mental health, symptoms, and a brief mention of self harm. Consider this your warning.  I’m going to be candid with you. I have a mental illness. Actually, I’ve got several. I’m diagnosed with major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, and show symptoms of OCD. All according to psychiatrists and therapists that I’ve seen over the years. I actually have another appointment soon to be seen again because thingsContinue Reading

February 2 (Northern Hemisphere) August 2 (Southern Hemisphere) The word Imbolc is thought to have come from the Old Irish word oimelc, which means “ewe’s milk”. It is also said that the word itself, Imbolc, literally translates to “in the belly”. This is a fitting name for this Sabbat asContinue Reading