The Earth Goddess Tailtiu

In the week of Lughnasadh, or Lammas, the ancient cross quarter fire festival of the first harvest, when the ripening grain is cut, I write of the Irish Goddess of Sovereignty, a mother earth goddess, called Tailtiu. Tailltiu was miume, or foster mother, to the sovereign Irish god Lugh and whilst we know little of…

Flora, Goddess of Flowers

Flora is the ultimate goddess of flowers and blossoming, having her festival, the Floralia on 27th or 28th April and lasting five days. She is our original May Queen. Her name comes from the latin word meaning flower ‘Floris’ – her Greek counterpart was Chloris, goddess of flowers and a nymph from the islands of…

Vesna, Slavic Goddess of Spring

As I write this post approaching the Spring Equinox of 2022 my heart is heavy at the horror of the invasion of Ukraine, I honour their ancient deities and call upon them for their help to their people. And their deities are those of the Russian people, who are also suffering at the hands of…

The Goddess of the Hearth

At Imbolc, the beginning of February, we celebrate the fire goddesses of the hearth, where we retreat to in winter, the safety and sacredness of our own homes; much as the animals retreat and hibernate in tunnels below ground and we nurture our creativity, whilst we await the awakening of the living energy of the…

The Sacred Feminine

The ancient Mother Goddess arose with our evolving consciousness as the womb from which all life sprang. She was seen as the hearth fire around which all gathered for warmth and sustenance; as the cave that protected and gave shelter and the life force within the bellies of women and the earth from which all living…

Wicca, the Goddess and Paganism

From animist and pagan beginnings where people sought to understand the meaning of life through nature itself, through observation of patterns in the sky, the ebbing and flowing of the tides and the symbolism within nature. The intuitive was revered together with the search for knowledge, both being inseparable. Somewhere amongst the need for authority…

Podcast – Meditation for Imbolc

Meditation for Imbolc A journey through a winters night and an encounter with the Goddess Brigid, whose festival of Imbolc, the quickening of Spring, is held at the beginning of February. 

Audio Post Isis

Discussing Isis with Suzanne on the Goddess Telesummit with Kim Wilborn (www.guardiangateway.com) Audio.

 Audio Post Melusine

 Melusine – Suzanne Corbie Celebrate the Goddess Telesummit Audio. With thanks to https://guardiangateway.com/