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Stephanie Woodfield (Brookfield, CT) has been a practicing Witch for over fourteen years and a Priestess for ten years. Her lifelong love of Irish mythology led to a close study of Celtic Witchcraft. A natural clairvoyant and empath, she has worked as a tarot card reader and is ordained as a minister with the Universal Life Church.




Where do I begin? My heart is so full, I don’t know if I have the words to do the events of this weekend any justice. I suggest reading Morgan Daimler (http://lairbhan.blogspot.com/2014/06/...) and Ed Rickey’s blogs (http://jetblackwings.blogspot.com/) about The Morrigan’s Call Retreat. Their thoughts do it better justice than I will here, but planning this event has been a part of my life for... Read more of this blog post »
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Where the Hawthorn Grows by Morgan Daimler
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Pagan Portals by Morgan Daimler
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Celtic Lore & Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess by Stephanie Woodfield
"I was drawn to this book, as the Morrigan is one of the deities I call upon in a Celtic version of the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. I wanted to learn more about her from someone who works with her regularly, and this book was a great..." Read more of this review »
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Hounded by Kevin Hearne
Am I not a fearsome enemy?"

"You frighten me primally.
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What do you know? She liked to be told she was scary. Kinky.Kevin Hearne
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“The Morrighan Speaks

Your first and last breath belong to me,
I who am the embodiment of destruction and creation, Who revels in the chaos of change. It is only I who can navigate you through the ruins of your soul,
So, you call me the Dark Mother;
The Raven of War,
And I am, and I am not.
For I am ever and only myself -
beyond the definitions of humanity.

If I destroy it is only to create anew,
from the ashes of the old,
I am the fertile darkness.

Deep within the soul,
I am the forge that tempers the Will,
I am the rage that empowers,
I am the soul that will not suffer or endure injustice.

I am the strength that emerges from the
darkness of self-doubt, self-knowledge attained from loss. So drink in my darkness, and discover the beauty within. Learn the wisdom that only I can teach!”
Stephanie Woodfield

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“When you're in the middle of a killing field and the fucking Chooser of the Slain tells you to do something, you do it.”
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“What do you know? She liked to be told she was scary. Kinky.”
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Rayven Hello There!! So good to see you here as well :)


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