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The Crone...

The Crone, a beautiful and spiritual woman of wisdom free to be herself and explore her own spirituality walking the line between twilight and darkness, she understands the importance of death and renewal.

This looks like a Froud to me...

Earth Goddess:(Kelly Miller_Lopez) photo by Brian Froud, Mask by Wendy Froud. A slightly higher Res pic.

owl and crone

The Dark Crone perhaps embodies the full mystery of the Goddess and of life…

The Wise Woman - The Crone - The "Hag"..    Croning" is a ritual rite of passage into an era of wisdom, freedom, and personal power.

The Wise Woman - The Crone - The "Hag" ~In New Age and Feminist spiritual circles, a "Croning" is a ritual rite of passage into an era of wisdom, freedom, and personal power.

Vid ett senare tillfälle nästa kursdag hade jag återigen en upplevelse med en spindel som på ett sätt bekräftade spindels budskap till mig. Spännande!!

Susan_Seddon_Boulet_Shaman_Spider_Woman and this could SO be Riga in Alchemy and Shaman's Drum

The Crone is an archetypal figure, a Wise Woman. She is marginalized by her exclusion from the reproductive cycle, and her proximity to death places her in contact with occult wisdom. As a character type, the crone shares characteristics with the hag.    The word "crone" is a less common synonym for "old woman," and is more likely to appear in reference to traditional narratives than in contemporary everyday usage.

The Crone is an archetypal figure, a Wise Woman. She is marginalized by her exclusion from the reproductive cycle, and her proximity to death places her in contact with occult wisdom.

Wise Woman. I literally fell in love with this person's photography. Here's the link to their website! http://www.lunaesque.com/

thedarkangeldesignco: Gabriel Dress - The Dark Angel Design Co Photography - Lunaesque. For the witch family tree.

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Magic is a gift that not all can see, but for those who can. blessed are we. Lady Abigail Again something for the Magickal Book orJournal

Beautiful....

To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly ~ via The Old Crones Corner

Yule.    In ancient Scandinavia, this festival lasted 12 days (and nights). The first night of Yule (the night before the Solstice) was called the "mother's night".      That night the Nordic Pagans used to sit and wait for the birth of the Sun God, Balder, born of the goddess Frigg and fathered by Odin. With the winter solstice, the goddess turned wheel of the year to give you a new point of departure.

In ancient Scandinavia, this festival lasted 12 days (and nights). The first night of Yule (the night before the Solstice) was called the "mother's night". That night the Nordic Pagans used to sit and wait for the birth of the Sun God, Balde

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