It's the month of July and the Wolf Moon is within our skies. A time to get outside in the bleak of winter and honour this ancient energy of the Wolf and when the Moon is in its full, don't forget the primeval howl of the wild. The Full Moon is NZ Southern Hemisphere is on Saturday July 24
There is an amazing place in Idaho, USA that we in New Zealand love and support and it is called the Idaho Black Bear Rehabilitation or IBBR. This is a place where a team of people work tirelessly to help bears in need, bears that are unwell and need medical help, they may have become lost, cubs separated from their mothers for various reasons or have been orphaned due to the mother or father being hurt or killed. or bears that are simply trying to find their way home.
How many of us enjoy housework? I know there are many out there who simply adore housework and all its connotations, but as a Leo (and I am not speaking for all Leo’s) I feel that delegation is the best way to go however there is only so much work that the Brownies and Hobgoblins can do, so I find myself having to join in and share the workload with them.
Throughout my life we have always had cats and mainly black cats. As I write even now one sits above my desk on his specially widened window sill so he can watch me while I work, guarding and guiding me and ensuring I have a break when his need arises for a snack or two. Another lazes contently on the mat below me and a third is sunning himself outside no doubt dreaming of endless bowls of food, sunny days and moonlit nights.
Charms and amulets play an important role in any faith, culture or religion. Charms gave those who believed in them the faith to carry on through hard and trying times. They brought about fertility and blessings as well as protection from fire, lightning and to some who believed enough, protection from Witches and Witchcraft.