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Sixteen years ago I wrote Kezar, a novel about Light and Dark forces. In it Morgaine, the protagonist, uses feminine power that we have kept hidden for centuries.  From the opening: The Way of Darkness is deeply rooted in our society⏤many of its beliefs part and parcel of our culture. When did the Light and […]


Spiritual Bypass

by Winter on January 14, 2018

When I was nine years old, plus or minus a year or so, I read Edgar Cayce’s book, There is a River. I was so taken with it I began to tell everyone that I was psychic. That lasted until I fell in love with Nancy Drew and began to announce that I was going […]


‘Tis Mid-Winter Season

by Winter on December 10, 2017

This time of year I struggle with the part of me that wants Christmas to be what it was when I was a child: Christmas Carols, sparkly lights on a real tree, playing Mary in a nativity scene, the smell of sugar cookies baking in the oven and great anticipation of what I might find […]


Let us be still…

by Winter on June 6, 2017

“To the rationally minded the mental processes of the intuitive appear to work backward. Conclusions are reached before the premises.” ~Frances Wickes: the Inner World of Childhood Many of us have grown up in a culture where we think of our doctors as “God.” They were, and for the most part still are, the experts […]


In a room where people unanimously maintain a conspiracy of silence, one word of truth sounds like a pistol shot. ⏤Czelaw Milosz Frequently, I am amazed how the universe conspires to help me wake up. Three weeks ago I slipped on the granite steps at my mother-in-law’s home and broke my right wrist (I am […]