Tag: pagan poetry

The one that never thought of me

“What business had I to think of one that never thought of me?” – Anne Brontë – Agnes Grey –

Aztec Moon Ritual

Coatlicue was the goddess of the earth and was also thought to have given birth to Centzonhuitznahuac -the stars- and Coyolxauhqui -the moon-. The moon and the stars were jealous of Huitzilopochtli -the sun-. Therefore Huitzilopochtli used the “serpent of fire” during his birth to defeat them. From that point forward, the stars and the […]

Daughters of the Moon

But there’s a full moon risin’ / Let’s go dancin’ in the light We know where the music’s playin’ / Let’s go out and feel the night – Neil Young – Harvest Moon –

Poems for the microscope

Nature composes some of her loveliest poems for the microscope and the telescope. – Theodore Roszak –

Crystal Points

For a stone, when it is examined, will be found a mountain in miniature. The fineness of Nature’s work is so great, that, into a single block, a foot or two in diameter, she can compress as many changes of form and structure, on a small scale, as she needs for her mountains on a […]

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