Boneweaver (aka pjvj)

Here is where Bone & Briar will be next week – WITCHCAMP!!

We’re doing Freyja and Brisingamen, delving deeply into sex magic, empowerment, and how to shed the shame the world likes to cloak us with. There shall be feasting! And ritual! And spiritual paths (4 to choose from) everyday! And optional offerings! And vendors and auction to support our Send A Witch to Camp Fund! And […]

Invisible Illness and the Apple Cider Vinegar Brigade

Originally posted on LEAN IN TO JOY with BONEWEAVER:
I was going to transcribe the audio file even knowing how horrid my typing skills are. But I’m not. I recorded this in the car on my way to Tai Chi and I am posting it here, unedited, with stumbling over words and verbal corrections intact.…

I kept a stone on my tongue most of the weekend so my ears had little competition and now it’s acting like a toddler

The Pagan Blog project, March, Wk 2- Mar. 9- As Above, So Below What do you seek from the Divine? How is that reflected in the mundane? Where do you find your place of synthesis? I kept a stone on my tongue most of the weekend so my ears had little competition and now it’s acting like […]

THE PAGAN EXPERIENCE; FEB., WK 4; CALLING THE WORK INTO THE WORLD

Wk 4- Feb. 23- Any writing for the letters C or D – I am keeping this familiar format on week 4 for those who have joined me from the Pagan Blog Project. C: Calling I attended Winter Witchcamp this year. It is held on a magical isle on a frozen lake in Wisconsin. I am not a fan […]

A New Year Poem

Originally posted on LEAN IN TO JOY with BONEWEAVER:
As I posted elsewhere, my mum always said that whatever you do on New Year Day you do for the rest of the year. This year I tried to plan more for desires than do-not-wants (such as laundry, which she cautioned against every year). My list…

Pagans in Solidarity

We at Bone and Briar stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters of colour during this time of horrid behaviour by people in authority. We grieve with Mike Brown’s family and the family of Eric Garner. We grieve with the family of Tamir Rice. Mostly we grieve our nation falling short again and again […]

The Flip Side of Samhain

An Unlikely Trio Stir the soil and wet the ground to await the root, stir the cauldron and scrape the sides to await the brew, stir the hairs and part the knees to await the seed. Beltane flickers, white side of the veil to Samhain’s black, Amid the grays of the in-between The Ancients mix […]