Monday, February 20, 2012

Introducing Unfettered Wood & Some Updates

In a somewhat plodding fashion I have been working on a project that I have been planning for a long time now. Finally after smoothing out some final details I am now offering my folk magic services to the wider public.

If you are interested in finding out more, please feel free to check out the Unfettered Wood website. I have also created a blog for Unfettered Wood, which people might be interested in reading, even if only for the information about Paganism and witchcraft {content coming soon!}.

Between that, preparing for the upcoming growing season and Imbolc, I have had little time to get into too much trouble!

We still have what has seem to become our "central" altar set up for Imbolc, leaving Brigid her daily offerings there instead of in kitchen, which is the usual station for her wee shrine.

On the Eve of Imbolc I left out a some offerings along with some items in the hopes that Brigid would stop by and bless them on the balcony that is just off of our bedroom.

There were some "signs" that she may have visited, and one admittedly unnerved me a bit. Perhaps it is a bit typical of me to wish for something like that and once I get what appears to be a tangible sign I start shitting bricks! ;)

{some of the items that were left out on the balcony to be blessed}

My sweetie got me a nice little Brigid's cross from Laura Travis' Etsy shop, which arrived right on Imbolc. It was nice that I didn't have to struggle to make one this year, because rush weaving skills I have not.

I will be starting some seeds very soon, after the local seed exchange this upcoming Saturday {stop by if you are in the area!}. :D Which reminds me, and I found a nifty seed starting guide over at the Little City Farm blog.




perma_culture said...

Congratulations! Your website and new blog are pretty. Your altar is as beautiful as always too =^)

Marisol said...

Wow your new website and blog look beautiful. Did you make them yourself?

It has been so long since I have had a reading done. Are you still doing tarot for people not in your town? Or do you read ogam?

Hertha said...

This is great news Laurel! Congratulations!

nefaeria said...

Thanks folks! :)

Marisol: I did quite a bit of the gussying up, but the bones, header and badge were done by Sarah Lawless {}.

I can do divination for folks not in my area via email and I hope to be able to do it on Skype soon as well. And I do read Ogham, but I only use it for personal divination at certain times of the year. It is my main "telephone line" with my deities, and it is probably not something I will be offering professionally.