reblogged from Group creator of The Grotto of the Muse Facebook.



To a Scot, the past clings like sand to wet feet,
and is carried about as a burden.
The many ghosts are always a part of them, inescapable

No one in Scotland can escape from the past.
It is everywhere, haunting like a ghost.

-Geddes MacGregor

Come away, O human child!

To the waters and the wild,

With a faery, hand in hand,

The world’s more full of weeping than you can understand!

-William B. Yeats

Witches are considered walkers between worlds according to Wicca, and are called hedgewitches, greensleeves, a connection between this world and the next…

The Aos Sidhe are known as the shining ones in Irish mythology.  Long ago they lived, until they were forced underground…  Like the Atlanteans, they took their advanced technology and disappeared without a trace below sea level, never to be seen again.

Sweet dreams,

Dear Writers!

Until next time!

—Rose Macauley

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