on ley line of earth ~ turning to greet sun ~ co-creating dawn of new day
on ley line of still space ~ between worlds ~ of night and day
a hearty presence laughs in my ear ~ of merry-making and joy ~ very signal that cues bird song
I came to know him that day as Pan ~ horned pagan god
~ excerpt from S/He Dragon
Goddess Religions upheld the Feminine as dominant. God Religions uphold the Masculine as dominant. Let’s transcend this duality of male/female, light/dark, positive/negative and honor both forces within oneself and with others. This integration provides a new way of Seeing and Being.
Years ago I found a head-to-tail snake skin in a circle garden I was clearing. Today I caught sight of slithering movement in the raspberry bushes. A very healthy black snake (no stripes) revealed its presence. Snakes and serpents are one of Earth’s oldest symbols of female power. Welcome, garden companion!
S/He Dragon flies with Mystic wings — grounds with Earthling feet — and nothing is the same.
Draco coils around the north celestial pole, as depicted in Urania’s Mirror, a set of constellation cards published in London c.1825
In Celtic tradition, Hawthorn’s association with portals has earned it a magical reputation as carrier of the power of the hinge, opening that which is shut, and shutting that which is open, as the tree deems fit.
– Judith Berger, Herbal Rituals
Ride the waves of Life knowing True Center.
“We be light, we be life, we be fire! We sing electric flame, we rumble underground, we dance heaven! Come be we and be free!”
~ Kate Griffin, A Madness of Angels
S/He Dragon is a book about my mystical journey and how I found my wings. Yes, wings!
By writing my story I hope that others will choose to find their wings.