Category Archives: Stories from long ago

Lessons of the Trickster: Coyote

Indigenous stories do not have obvious heroes. Beings are not easily divided into “bad guy” or “good guy.” The moral is often obscure. In fact, many of the stories are not for children.  Some of the scenarios deal with the … Continue reading

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In Honor of Imbolc: Brighid from the Past

Brighid has also been known as Brigit, Lady Bride, Bridget, Brighde, Ffraid, Breda, Bree, Breeshey, Brigdu, Brigantia, and Braganca. Long ago, the culture we now call the Celts worshiped this goddess. In fact, history records the worship of her as … Continue reading

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A Story of Goddess Isis

Here’s a bit of a story about Isis and Ra.  I’d enjoy hearing what you think of it. Ra, the mighty Sun God, had grown indifferent to those he ruled. Indeed, He had held the throne of the Two Kingdoms … Continue reading

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Wisdom of the Religions

My dear friends and readers, it is Christmas Day in my part of the world. As usual my mind starts its philosophical musing.  Today I am thinking about the great wisdom expressed by the different religions of the world.  Whatever holiday … Continue reading

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