The past couple of weeks I have been working to fix things up around here. By here I mean the website this blog is a part of....you know this blog is for a website now right? Or rather part of my website, a section, but part of what I have been doing is working to make the Shadow of the Hooded Crow section a bit more prominent in the way t is presented on the index. There are still other sections for Gaelic Heathenry in general, where our old group section was, but I have now moved the warrior stuff I had there onto Hooded Crow. And, of course, we still have our horse and dog sections. Homesteading has it's own blog, but right now we're not doing anything exciting enough there to post much. Right now I'm pretty focused on this
So, I had already moved info about workshops I am looking to give, which I may be doing privately soon, onto Hooded Crow, but now have moved my page about the warrior path, and expanded it a bit for some information on the Outlaw war bands. I might even split that up and do more on them, not sure yet.
I also finally put up a page about the War Goddesses the site is dedicated to. Imagine that! Of course, that's sort of what I was doing when I ended up writing "Musings on the Irish War Goddesses"...you know, the one in By Blood, Bone and Blade (which is temporarily out of production, but should be available in a second edition soon). Being concise is not easy when talking about Them, but I tried.
I put one link to the main site here, but you can also go to the individual pages through the menu up top. I'm done sitting on my butt for awhile I have horses to see and dogs who want to go for a run. ~;)
Pages of the website
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....