Author: Catuvolcos

Strength in Each- by Patrick Graeme

During the Samhain holiday season, I often like to reflect on some of the core mythology that is centered around this time in Irish mythology and lore. The Morrígan- or…
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Five Years (that’s all we’ve got) Packing for civil unrest revisited

  “Pushing through the market square, so many mothers sighing News had just come over, we had five years left to cry in News guy wept and told us, earth…
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Restoring Sovereignty and the Path Forward, by Brennos Agrocunos Gun

The world we have inherited is one where the Sovereignty of the Land has been broken. It’s not a single person’s fault. It’s not a specific generation’s fault. Throughout history,…
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The Storm is Here, by Morpheus Ravenna

For several years now, They have been telling us to get ready: A storm is coming. Gather your people. Make ready. The Morrígan whispered this to me on a windy…
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Ireland Pilgrimage, part 1: the Living Land, by Morpheus Ravenna

  I have just returned from a three-week pilgrimage in Ireland and Britain. Since landing at SFO on Monday and making my way home, I’ve spent a lot of time…
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