Who is your dark moon goddess?

I work with two primary goddesses, Brigid and Morrigan. In my work, they form a complementary pairing. Brigid usually takes the creative and healing roles, while the Morrigan is the goddess I turn to when I need to work through more difficult situations, such as engaging my shadows. As we turn towards this dark moon after Imbolc, I am reminded of the ways both of them are necessary and important parts of my work.

Do you tend to turn to different powers or deities in different situations? Do you have a dark moon goddess?

“Ravening” now at EHS; time off; blessed Litha!

The summer solstice issue of Pagan ezine Eternal Haunted Summer is up. My poem Ravening appears in it along with a lot of other great material. Check it out!

This poem came about in the wake of the ritual to the Morrigan held at Sacred Space Conference this past spring. I’d like to thank Maggi Setti and all the other excellent leaders who made that ritual such a powerful experience.

As a side note, I will be traveling without access to the Internet for about a week starting this Friday. If I have time in the midst of preparation for my travels, I’ll prepare a few posts to auto-publish during that time, but will probably disable comments. I’ll also have a piece on the Litha going up at the Slacktiverse sometime soon, but may not be able to link to it until I get back.

I wish everyone a blessed summer solstice!