“The Song of Wandering Aengus” is a poem by Irish poet W. B. Yeats. It was first printed in 1897 in British magazine The Sketch under the title “A Mad Song.” It was then published under its standard name in Yeats’ 1899 anthology The Wind Among the Reeds.
On the eve of the February Full Moon during the time of the Candlemas Sabbat, the Ladies Raven (High Priestess of Nemed Cuculaii) and Ash (assisting as Maiden) were pleased and proud to elevate Lord Math to the rank and …Continue reading →
It’s been quite a while since we’ve had anything to post publicly on the site. That’s part of the ennui of being a group that’s existed for a long time (in our case, since 1992 as Nemed Cuculatii, and before …Continue reading →
Friends and kin are sharing stories about their Craft history. These are important. As many of the people involved are now dead, I don’t mind naming some of the names, other’s I’ll keep to myself…and some have been public for a long time.
So, despite being raised in a nominally Christian home (Mother was Assembly of God, Dad was Southern Baptist), I somehow wound up a Witch.
So, some time back, I was drafting out a piece about the Witches’ Pyramid, aka the Four Words of the Magus, aka The Powers of the Sphinx, aka … Anyway, in looking for some relevant data points, I came across …Continue reading →
We noted that our site vanished around the beginning of June (it was still here, but no posts or pages were displaying,) It appears that an automatic update crashed the processing; the culprits have been identified and remedial action was …Continue reading →
MAGICKAL MANNERS:Guide to Magickal Etiquette by Puck Shadowdrake My rating: 4 of 5 stars Puck has drawn on his years of experience as both a student and leader of Wiccan covens to present this very useful beginner’s guide to what …Continue reading →
Whither goest thou, o Nemed Cuculatii? To be honest, I don’t know. As a coven, we haven’t met in several years, due to the vagaries’ of life. The pandemic has only intensified that ennui, but the horizon’s glow in the …Continue reading →