I heard this on A Darker Shade of Pagan. It’s depressing but pertinent in regards to the oil spill. EDIT: My husband suggested I warn people that this is weird and potentially offensive due to some of the images. http://www.youtube.com/v/tozX9DzLKj0&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x234900&color2=0x4e9e00 [ For my LJ friends, please visit me at: http://adfcatprints.blogspot.com/ ]
Category Archives: music
Grey Catsidhe’s Pagan Music Video of the Day!
http://www.youtube.com/v/TnfFgrhn7Kk&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x234900&color2=0x4e9e00“Hymn to Herne” by SJ Tucker[ For my LJ friends, please visit me at: http://adfcatprints.blogspot.com/ ]
In which I talk about a traditional Goddess chant and my Celtic version…
I did this yesterday after fooling around with iMovie for several hours. At first I just wanted to post an audio file I made using Garage Band, but that didn’t work out as I couldn’t figure out how to upload it to Blogger. I realized I could make a movie, post it on Youtube, andContinue reading “In which I talk about a traditional Goddess chant and my Celtic version…”
Happy Beltaine! Have some music. Dance and be merry!
Blessed Beltaine, my friends! Or Bealtaine in Irish. I sometimes like to call it that because it just feels so good rolling off the tongue. Anyway, I hope everyone has a wonderful day! As has become tradition, I must post one of my favorite Jonathan Coulton songs. FYI – it’s NSFW. 😉 http://www.youtube.com/v/gRhPeJ3uzOc&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x234900&color2=0x4e9e00What a greatContinue reading “Happy Beltaine! Have some music. Dance and be merry!”
The Watertown Irish Festival
My husband and I went to the Irish Festival in Watertown this afternoon. I went to it with low expectations thanks to what other people had told me and, even though it wasn’t quite as bad as they made it seem, it wasn’t as good as the Great American Irish Festival near Utica. I’ll startContinue reading “The Watertown Irish Festival”
In case any fellow Northern NY Pagans didn’t know…
North Country Goes Green” Irish Festival From March 11-14, Watertown plays host to their annual “North Country Goes Green” Irish Festival, at the State Office Building. The festival, promising three days of constant musical entertainment, supports Project Children, raising money to bring children from Northern Ireland to Northern New York for four weeks in theContinue reading “In case any fellow Northern NY Pagans didn’t know…”
“Moving Meditation” has been something I’ve heard more and more about this past year. I’ve read various articles about it and the luck some have with it over more traditional/stereotypical forms – still meditations, if you will. Sitting quietly and letting my mind alternate between quieting and exploring have always worked well for me exceptContinue reading “Trance Dance”