Monthly Archives: August 2012

The sphere of seven

The Chanting HedgeWitch shares this ritual poem: I cast my circle in Peace. Power is in the North, Vision is in the East, Courage is in the South, And Compassion is in the West. Inner Wisdom guides me through Infinite … Continue reading

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Sacred poetry and the way of the bard

Maurice Paul Stafford-Bower, co-Regional Coordinator for the Isle of Wight, shares this presentation given at the Unitarian Meeting House, Newport, July 2012: A few weeks ago, Isle of Wight multifaith minister-in-training Jude had to go away on a course and … Continue reading

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Pan at dusk

Chrysanthemum, Regional Coordinator for Kingston and Twickenham shares this original poem: Warm air breathes across the grass And I reach for the swifts Against the soft, pink sunset. How I love the darkening trees And the blackbird evensong At the … Continue reading

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When all the money has been eaten

HB Horne, Regional Coordinator for Somerset writes: Thought this article may be of interest for those Pagan Federation members whose spiritual, ethical and political lives are intertwined.┬áThis is a wonderfully inspiring and well reasoned opinion expressed by one of my … Continue reading

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About this blog

The purpose of this blog is to act as a dynamic community hub for members of the Pagan Federation to share their ideas, inspiration, and resources through poems, short essays, personal reflections, etc. If you are a PF member you … Continue reading

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