Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sunny Days!

I am so looking forward to summer! :D

I used to have this photo on Facebook, but they made me take it down!! :(
Happy to share it again with you all!! :)



Sexy Sunday Snippet - Great Rite of the Golden Coven

Hello there y'all! I hope you're all having a peaceful and sexy Ostara!

It occurred to me that, while I have been spending what little free time I have finishing off The Queen of Storms and Discovering Jenna, getting them ready for publication, I have been otherwise neglecting both my wonderful readers, who are all asking when, when, when, and my other stories, which are languishing on my hard drive, wondering when their turn to see some daylight (or even LED screen light?) will come!

So, I decided, as a change is as good as a rest, I would do some editing on one of my others stories, and get it ready for publication. In the meantime, I'd treat you all to a little snippet, just to whet your appetites for this, and my other stories, which will be coming out VERY soon, I promise. So below I have given a short, sexy snippet from The Great Rite of the Golden Coven, a story that deals with, and reveals some of, the traditions of my family going back many, many decades! (Sh! Don't tell!  ;-))
Here, our intrepid Gueri Chohawni, summoner of the great Celtic god Lugh, is about to have an experience she will truly never forget!

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“Come, Gueri Chohawni!”  The voice called me again and, reluctantly, I stepped towards the fire.  The heat grew, and I almost stepped back, but, gathering my courage, and feeding off the growing passion deep within me, I stepped closer and closer to the flames, not knowing what to expect.  My legs trembled as I approached the edge, and I stopped and looked up into the centre of the fire. 

There, at the heart of the flames, glistening and radiant, right in the middle of the stone slab, a large golden phallus, identical in design to those that capped the rods of the scroll, stood beckoning to my desire.  The vision filled my eyes and inflamed my heart and yoni with a wanton, aching lust!  I swallowed hard, my throat suddenly dry, and stepped forward again.  A flame licked against my leg, and I cringed, expecting the shock of pain to send me running away, but, instead, all I felt was a warm caress, like the breeze of a summer wind.

Emboldened by my discovery, I quickened my pace through the raging fire, the caress of each flame now adding to the stimulation I was feeling within, sending waves of tingling, sexual electricity to the tips of my fingers and toes.  I could sense my fellow Chohawnis watching in amazement as I made my way, unhindered, to the centre of the inferno, and the stone slab.  Slowly I knelt before the Golden Phallus of Lugh the Mighty, and, oh, my, it was beautiful!  Its vision filled my eyes and soul, reaching down into the very centre of my body, feeding the fire within me.  I swallowed hard again, my mouth salivating with anticipation and desire.  Remembering the sensations the smaller versions of the phallus had caused, I put out my hand and touched the smooth head, feeling again the arousal burst into my body, tingling along every nerve and fibre, from the ends of my toes to the top of my head.  Far from feeling cold and metallic, the phallus felt warm and sensually smooth, almost slick, and, instinctively, I grasped its hardness, and the sensations grew tenfold, throbbing within me, as if I was being stimulated by dozens of vibrators at once!  Then, I was bending over, covering the huge, golden head with my mouth, rubbing it with my tongue, wetting it with the copious salivations of desire.

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And that's just the start of the hot activities the whole coven gets to enjoy that Long Night!

I hope you enjoyed my little snippet! Please leave a comment below and let me know what you think, and I'll be sharing many more hot snippets very soon, and publishing The Great Rite, Queen of Storms, and Discovering Jenna in the next few weeks!! At last!!! :)
Have a hot and happy Easter, y'all!

Monday, March 18, 2013

Nagualli Animal Oracle

A few days ago, I was chatting with my FB friend Luis Gomez, who was telling me that he was studying to achieve his transformation for his Nagual (pronounced na-wal) religious studies. I had not heard of that term before, so was grateful to Luis for pointing me in the direction of his meso-American religion.

In this Shamanistic folk religion, the Nagual (alt. Nahual) is a human who can transform themselves into the form of their animal totem or familiar.  The religion is linked to the Meso-American Calendrical system, and the birth date of the person is used to define whether they have the ability to be Nagual, and which particular animal their totem will be. The religion derives from the Meso-American belief in Tonalism, where all humans have an animal counterpart to which their life force is linked.

As we were discussing his beliefs, I asked Luis if there was a Tarot deck associated with Nahualism, but he was not aware of one. Knowing the Olmec/Mayan/Aztec propensity for wonderfully colourful artwork, I figured such a deck would be an amazing collection of vivid illustrations. A quick search by Yours Truly on the amazing Aeclectic Tarot site turned up, not a Tarot deck, but a Nahualli Animal Oracle deck of 40 cards, and, yes, they are as colourful and symbolic as I was expecting them to be!

As Luis continued to educate me, I figured that, if I were lucky enough to have a chosen Nagualli totem, I would want it to be a Panther. Luis' own Nagual is the Jaguar, and, in the Americas, the Panther is genetically a Jaguar with a dominant melanistic allele, resulting in its black colouring. It is interesting that, in the Nahualli Animal Oracle card shown above, the Jaguar is actually represented in the black form - i.e. as a Panther!

The Nagual tradition allows for many other animals to be totems, such as coyotes, eagles and deer. (Not sure about bats, though, but I will research and let you know!!) With the current interest in vampire, werewolf, and demon romances, not to mention the success of the Grimm television series, it's nice to be able to relate back to an earlier and much more powerful belief and tradition than these recent regurgitations, and know that, for some of us at least, these are more than just pretty fairy stories to flutter a young girl's heart - they are a way of life, and a means whereby their acolytes can learn and grow into the leaders that their people believe in and are guided by.

Thank you, Luis, for your insight, and for teaching me about your wonderful, colourful religion!