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Haile Reed
'Give me spots on my apples, but leave me the birds and the bees'
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Haile Reed Jun 11
Just a regular Monday evening, bathing one of…
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Simon Schama May 31
After the sabotage of the Iran deal; Europe now has to show some real spine or else it will just become Trump's doormat
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Haile Reed May 31
Sage herblore for sultry heat and thunderstorms
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Haile Reed May 10
Replying to @TamlynRogers
Me too!
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Haile Reed May 10
They definitely made walking sticks from Rowan but that’s far less dramatic!
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Haile Reed May 10
Yes it doesn’t sound right does it? I think maybe the Rowan was used to make protective talismans? Gosh, don’t rely on me to stay alive if the vampire apocalypse comes.
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Haile Reed May 10
I’m fairly confident you’d have to chop one down and use the trunk!? Agreed! A vampire is not going to cower in fear if you waved a branch at him :)
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Haile Reed May 10
Wow! I like her!
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🐺 Kim Gill 🐺 May 10
One of my favourite goddesses is Samovila/Samovila-Yemaya: Eastern European goddess of forests, shapeshifter & animal protector. If anyone harmed a forest creature, Samovila could draw them into a circle & dance them to death. My kind of goddess.
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Icy Sedgwick May 10
Looking at rowan on the blog this week, and how to use it to protect yourself and your home
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Haile Reed May 10
Did you know that Rowan is also the preferred wood for making a stake to slay Vampires? Could come in handy.
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Haile Reed May 10
Asteria is the often overlooked Titan Goddess of ‘Nocturnal Oracles and Falling Stars’ She was also mother of Hecate, Goddess of Witchcraft (Image Emily Balivet)
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Haile Reed May 3
I just love these birds!
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Rebecca Wheeler May 3
We love at especially as the love them 🐝 We have a special Dandelion patch in the forest school area just for them! 😍
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Enchanted Magazine May 3
IRISH Proverbs of Hearth & Home: -Firelight will not let you read fine stories but its warm and you won’t see the dust on the floor. -A full cabin is better than an empty castle. -Little possessions, little care. -Never bolt your door with a boiled carrot.
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Robert Macfarlane May 3
“Plants use their roots to listen in on their neighbours”: more remarkable new research revelations concerning plant communication, to add to “crown shyness” & the mycorrhizal network/“wood wide web”.
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Haile Reed May 3
My recipe for a home made natural baby balm/barrier cream
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Daniel Walton May 3
Live in Worcester, Redditch or Wyre Forest - Don’t forget:
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Haile Reed May 3
Absolutely! :)
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Haile Reed May 3
A little collection of traditional herbs used for home and hearth blessings
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