Sarah Connor Charm School and will likely do it with the SCCS blog as there is more material there).
And, as I brought that project up...I guess I did sort of feel that if I could do all that for a fictional icon, I needed to do a bit more for the Goddesses I serve. You know, now that I feel I'm permitted.
In some ways I think Sarah Connor became a stand-in during the years where I felt reticent. Certainly she has also allowed for connection with women who are not Pagan but share many of the same goals that I feel are as inspired in me by my Goddesses as I do in such fictional figures. It's allowed me a broader view with things and while I don't believe in the whole "the Gods are just archetypes" thing, I do feel that They can often be reflected in icons in our culture ....speak to those of use looking for that through such characters. I suppose this is why my gym shrine features a Sarah Connor figure as well as An Morrígan. It flows for me.
But now it's time that I do this as well. Flying with the Hooded Crow, Running With Mad Hounds - A Virtual Shrine to the Gaelic War Goddesses
As I said, it's only a start. I am open to suggestions. Meanwhile, I should be starting another stage with the article this weekend or early next week....how soon will I have it published I can't say. But, really, I see a glow.
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This blog is part of the Scáth na Feannóige/Shadow of the Hooded Crow project exploring fénnidecht as a practice to follow the War Goddessses, Badb, Macha and the Morrígan whose name is Anann. This is a less formal place for me to discuss various issues of interest to someone on a modern version of the Outlaw warrior path such as physical training, history, Old Irish literature, pop culture inspirations, werewolves, ecstatic trance (okay, I find that one tough to write about but I may try), gender issues the wilderness....