Happy Beltaine, One and All


Happy Beltaine! I hope you enjoy a wee bit of Welsh mythology and a recipe for a sweet Beltaine treat our family indulges in, all excerpts from my Creating New Pagan Family Traditions – Beltaine chapbook.

Traditions is going to print!

Despite being two months behind on the Creating New Pagan Family Traditions ebook series, plans are already in the works for a collected print edition. This edition should be prepped and ready to go for Yule.

I’ve set up a preview, with a selected excerpt from Litha, to have folks look over and give some feedback. Please stop by the Creaetspace gallery for a look, and let me know what you think.


Jodi Lee, aka ierne Morrighan Corvidae of Glas Celli, presents a handbook to introduce traditional pagan information, ritual, meal plan and activities for new pagan families and groups with young children.
Creating New Pagan Family Traditions – Preview

Have a great week, and look for Lughnasadh and Mabon to be released soon!

Litha has arrived…

… well, the e-chapbook has, anyway. <|;^) Also known as Midsummer, Summer Solstice and Alban Hefin, Litha generally falls in the third week of June, usually between the 17 and 23 of the month. It is the time of the longest day of the year – after this, each day becomes progressively shorter until Yule – the longest night of the year.

Traditionally, this is a great time to harvest wild or cultivated young herbs to stock your magickal pantry. Young plants have a great energy, and are far more likely to recover quickly from a small harvesting. One must request the permission of the Goddess and of the spirit of the plant itself. Gently take hold of the plant or branch, and politely ask if the spirit will share its bounty. You’ll know, trust me, if you receive permission.

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