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Oberon Zell  COTATI, CA
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Blessed Be - from Oberon Zell and the RavenHaven family
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Update 52
18 months ago

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Last night I received a wonderful dream visitation from Morning Glory. She crawled into bed beside me and held me close as She had done every night for more than 40 years. We cuddled and talked until the dawn, when I awoke to find it was still the middle of the night. I went back to sleep very happy, and had lovely and memorable dreams through the rest of the night.
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Update 51
25 months ago

Today two more of my dear friends and water-brothers have passed into the Summerlands: Jeff Rosenbaum, CEO at Association for Consciousness Exploration (ACE), and Taliesin of Avalon Isle. Jeff was the Entertainment Director for the Starwood Festival, which I have attended annually for the past 30 years. I saw him at Starwood just last month. He and Morning Glory were lovers back in the day…

Tal was the devoted lifemate of Lady Amythyst of Avalon Isle, and the two of them put on the Highlands of Tennessee Samhain Gathering (HTSG) for many years, which MG and I always attended. Amythyst died on 7/2/2011, and Tal never recovered.

Last month we lost Loreon Vigne of Isis Oasis here in Geyserville (7/15), and Margot Adler of NPR in NYC (7/28)...both also very dear friends and loved by many.

Less publicly well-known were my old St Louis water-brothers Steve Frischer and Gary Jeffers—a couple of our old CAW Waterkin from the early 1970s, when we were all so much younger. They both died on 7/28. Steve came out and visited MG and me just this past Yule.

And of course the immense hole in my life and my heart: my beloved soulmate and wife of 40 years, Morning Glory, who died on May 13, just short of her 66th birthday. I weep for her every day.

I am feeling really devastated right now from all these deaths in the family, coming one right after another. I fear to ask, who’s next? I’m sitting here alone in an empty haunted house, and my heart is breaking. I can barely see to type.

Love to everyone; cherish each other while you still can,
NT-Oberon
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Update 50
27 months ago

Interview with MG & OZ by Shé D’Montford, summer, 2005:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj7mI4kirlc&list=PL6DE074795D96C64E&index=9
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Update 49
27 months ago

Love of My Life
by Morning Glory Zell
Sept. 21, 1993 (the 20th Anniversary of our meeting)

I saw your face once in my dream
A thousand miles and years away.
Then Fate began Her cosmic scheme
To bring me to your side that day.

I'd travel far, to where you are
Favorite Lover, my Best Friend!
I'd do it all the same again;
I'd do it all the same again.

You shared your Vision with a crowd
I sat and listened mesmerized,
As what you stood for spoke so loud,
And what you dreamed shone in your eyes.

We took a walk and tried to talk,
But words weren't necessary then.
I'd do it all the same again;
I'd do it all the same again.

Your touch was dipped in liquid fire;
It ran all through my body's nerves.
Your taste and smell were wild desire;
Your lips traced all my tender curves.

With passion cries and whispered sighs
Our Dance of Love moved out and in.
I'd do it all the same again;
I'd do it all the same again.

We took our vows to never part
We pledged for Life and then for more.
You kissed my lips and stole my heart
In front of people by the score.

In velvet green, our wedding scene
Was filled with portent now and then.
I'd do it all the same again;
I'd do it all the same again.

We merged our minds and hearts as One
We worked to heal the Planet's Soul.
We laughed and played and had our fun
We struggled always for our Goal.

In joy and lust, in Perfect Trust
We talked of how things might have been...
I'd do it all the same again;
I'd do it all the same again.

We wandered West and made a Home
With Unicorns and baby deer;
When round the country I would roam,
I knew I'd always find you near.

Adventures bold and Dreams we told;
We never knew just where or when.
I'd do that part the same again;
I'd do that part the same again.

We fought each other long and hard;
We gambled everything and lost!
A lot of dreams died with our Bard;
The taste of ashes was our cost.

Through bitter strife, as man and wife,
We started life anew as friends.
I'd do things better over again;
I'd do things better over again.

We shared our lovers, shared our Hope;
We shared our household with a zoo.
We learned from others how they cope
But no one could be like us two!

With kids and cats and snakes and rats,
Mistakes we made and lives to mend,
I'd do it with you once again;
I'd do it with you once again.

Of all my Lovers that I love;
Of all my Friends I've ever known,
We go together hand in glove;
We fit together flesh and bone.

For twenty years of joy and tears;
For best and worst, through thick and thin.
I'd love you better now and then;
But I'd choose you all the same again!
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Today, April 14, is the 41st Anniversary of Morning Glory’s and my Handfasting at the Llewellyn Spring Witchmoot in Minneapolis. I thought I’d share with you all the story as we originally wrote it for our Biography, “The Wizard & The Witch.” The final published version was edited considerably, so this is the “Director’s Cut.” Enjoy! BB/NT-OZ MG-OZ Handfasting-April 14, 1974 OZ: In the spring of 1974, MG and I were scheduled to be married. Just before the wedding some friends of ours who had a summer cabin in the Ozarks offered this to us for a weekend to go have a retreat and get ourselves together before the ceremony. Our lives were so busy that we had to take time out to do this. We went down there, and it was beautiful—spring was springing forth all over the place. Flowers were all in bloom. We made a little fire in the fireplace, and we tripped on acid. In the process of this we bonded in an amazing way. Strongly in our minds at that time was the whole vision of the Awakening of Gaea, and the coalescence of planetary consciousness. We still hold that as a central myth in our lives and in our work. And one of the concerns that was going around among ourselves and our friends, who were also caught up in the Gaean mythos that we were developing at that time, was, “What happens when Gaea really does achieve consciousness? Do we all just get lost like drops of water in the ocean?” Because we were so focused on this stuff (and the magic, and our impending marriage) we became One. We were able to look out through each other’s eyes, and completely be within each other. We had this epiphany that the emergence of planetary consciousness would not be one where we would be lost as individuals, like little drops of water being dropped into the ocean. But rather that our individual consciousnesses would expand into the larger awareness. So that rather than just seeing out of only one pair of eyes, we would see out of everyone’s eyes. And everyone would have that same experience. We found that, in our combined essence, our general magical capabilities were vastly expanded as well. We were sitting in a clearing in the middle of the woods. At one point we reached out to the sky and called out. And a hawk started circling around above us. We reached up and looked out of the eyes of the hawk, and we were able to look down and see ourselves and the forest all around us. We reached out and called butterflies. And swarms of butterflies came flying in from all over the place and landing on us. We called the wind, and the wind started picking up and whistling through the trees. We kept on doing that ‘til the intensity got to be almost like a tornado, so we had to stop and slow it down. The wind slowly receded back to normal. We picked violets to make violet jam, and it was the only time in our life when we were in a place where there were enough wild violets to do that. At the end of this retreat, when it was time to return home, we felt, “Okay, we know who we are.” It was one of the great romantic high points of our life. We were totally bonded—forever. And on April 14, 1974, we were handfasted and legally married in a huge Pagan ceremony at the next Gnosticon in Minneapolis. We took our vows to never part We pledged for Life and then for more. You kissed my lips and stole my heart In front of people by the score. In velvet green, our wedding scene Was filled with portent now and then. I'd do it all the same again; I'd do it all the same again. (from “Love of My Life,” by Morning Glory Zell) MG: It was the very first public Pagan wedding ever; we wrote and created the entire ritual ourselves and it was really stressful. Partly because I was trying to handle things at a convention that was hundreds of miles away from St Louis, which is where I was living, plus I was still going back and forth between Eugene. I had brought Rainbow to live with us for a while and she was only 4 years old and was very confused about the changes in our lives. Then at the Con we had to set up a CAW booth plus we were both keynote speakers. I wrote an article and did a speech about my own understanding of what being a Witch was, which was that it was a form of European shamanism. (It was a very controversial idea at the time. But I had just read Mircea Eliade’s book on shamanism and done a lot of other research.) And it turned out that the date that we had picked, unbeknownst to us, was Easter Sunday. Just try and find flowers or a wedding cake on Easter Sunday! Plus I had friends flying in from all over the country. (Unfortunately I couldn’t afford to fly in my parents.) The wedding went off pretty much without too many hitches. Tim and I both had tears streaming down our faces but our voices were still strong enough that you could hear the words of our vows. We got all the way through it, and it was wonderful. OZ: The story and photos appeared on the front page of the local paper, and they upstage

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Oberon Zell
17 months ago
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Today, April 14, is the 41st Anniversary of Morning Glory’s and my Handfasting at the Llewellyn Spring Witchmoot in Minneapolis. I thought I’d share with you all the story as we originally wrote it for our Biography, “The Wizard & The Witch.” The final published version was edited considerably, so this is the “Director’s Cut.” Enjoy! BB/NT-OZ MG-OZ Handfasting-April 14, 1974 OZ: In the spring of 1974, MG and I were scheduled to be married. Just before the wedding some friends of ours who had a summer cabin in the Ozarks offered this to us for a weekend to go have a retreat and get ourselves together before the ceremony. Our lives were so busy that we had to take time out to do this. We went down there, and it was beautiful—spring was springing forth all over the place. Flowers were all in bloom. We made a little fire in the fireplace, and we tripped on acid. In the process of this we bonded in an amazing way. Strongly in our minds at that time was the whole vision of the Awakening of Gaea, and the coalescence of planetary consciousness. We still hold that as a central myth in our lives and in our work. And one of the concerns that was going around among ourselves and our friends, who were also caught up in the Gaean mythos that we were developing at that time, was, “What happens when Gaea really does achieve consciousness? Do we all just get lost like drops of water in the ocean?” Because we were so focused on this stuff (and the magic, and our impending marriage) we became One. We were able to look out through each other’s eyes, and completely be within each other. We had this epiphany that the emergence of planetary consciousness would not be one where we would be lost as individuals, like little drops of water being dropped into the ocean. But rather that our individual consciousnesses would expand into the larger awareness. So that rather than just seeing out of only one pair of eyes, we would see out of everyone’s eyes. And everyone would have that same experience. We found that, in our combined essence, our general magical capabilities were vastly expanded as well. We were sitting in a clearing in the middle of the woods. At one point we reached out to the sky and called out. And a hawk started circling around above us. We reached up and looked out of the eyes of the hawk, and we were able to look down and see ourselves and the forest all around us. We reached out and called butterflies. And swarms of butterflies came flying in from all over the place and landing on us. We called the wind, and the wind started picking up and whistling through the trees. We kept on doing that ‘til the intensity got to be almost like a tornado, so we had to stop and slow it down. The wind slowly receded back to normal. We picked violets to make violet jam, and it was the only time in our life when we were in a place where there were enough wild violets to do that. At the end of this retreat, when it was time to return home, we felt, “Okay, we know who we are.” It was one of the great romantic high points of our life. We were totally bonded—forever. And on April 14, 1974, we were handfasted and legally married in a huge Pagan ceremony at the next Gnosticon in Minneapolis. We took our vows to never part We pledged for Life and then for more. You kissed my lips and stole my heart In front of people by the score. In velvet green, our wedding scene Was filled with portent now and then. I'd do it all the same again; I'd do it all the same again. (from “Love of My Life,” by Morning Glory Zell) MG: It was the very first public Pagan wedding ever; we wrote and created the entire ritual ourselves and it was really stressful. Partly because I was trying to handle things at a convention that was hundreds of miles away from St Louis, which is where I was living, plus I was still going back and forth between Eugene. I had brought Rainbow to live with us for a while and she was only 4 years old and was very confused about the changes in our lives. Then at the Con we had to set up a CAW booth plus we were both keynote speakers. I wrote an article and did a speech about my own understanding of what being a Witch was, which was that it was a form of European shamanism. (It was a very controversial idea at the time. But I had just read Mircea Eliade’s book on shamanism and done a lot of other research.) And it turned out that the date that we had picked, unbeknownst to us, was Easter Sunday. Just try and find flowers or a wedding cake on Easter Sunday! Plus I had friends flying in from all over the country. (Unfortunately I couldn’t afford to fly in my parents.) The wedding went off pretty much without too many hitches. Tim and I both had tears streaming down our faces but our voices were still strong enough that you could hear the words of our vows. We got all the way through it, and it was wonderful. OZ: The story and photos appeared on the front page of the local paper, and they upstage

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Kennita Watson
27 months ago

I sympathize with your loss; I am glad at least that you grant yourself the freedom and time to grieve. Too many rush on ahead, and try to hide their pain from themselves. Even as your sphere seems to close in around yourself, you set a good example for many far and wide. All the best to you and all around you.

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Morgan Omanes
29 months ago

In life there are times when we struggle to keep ourselves together, coherant, and grounded. We feel more deeply the pangs of loss and the value of touch. It is sitting in a room whilst the world passes by and wondering if things should have been done differently. Yes there will always be a next time but in this moment the world loses color. In this life all we can hope for is to touch the lives of those around us, and I think you have both done that in abundance. May you be lifted by your friends and family as the next leg of her journey begins. Blessed be to you both.

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Bonnie Brown
29 months ago

I'm so pleased she will be at home! I am almost done reading "the Wizard and the Witch" your journey has made a difference to so many. Thank you OZ and MG.

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Fernando Espejel
29 months ago

My dear fellows; My heart is with you on this time, I am in the same situation as you Oberon, my love one has been in cancer treatment for long time, started in one place, was cure and then started again in different place. I've been doing some research on the causes and natural cures and found out that one of the best foods to eliminate almost every type of cancer is the Soursop (Guanabana), it is a tropical fruit that helps the cells to recover their natural oxygen levels. cancer is produce due to the lack of oxygen on our cells, the food we eat now has so many unnatural ingredients that has decrease those levels in our body. Research on that fruit, also a mixture of Aloe Vera, Honey Bee and an oz of hard liquor has been prove to help on cancer treatments. I pray this information helps you. My blessings to you all

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Kennita Watson
29 months ago

Thanks for all you do, Oberon! Morning Glory is very lucky to have you there for her.

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Diane Morrison
29 months ago

To those of you who donated or are thinking of donating: I'm offering a giveaway to help encourage donations. http://witchesandpagans.com/Pagan-Culture-Blogs/giveaway-for-the-pagan-community-morning-glory-zell.html for the story. Please don't hesitate to leave a comment because the draw for this package is in less than a week! More packages will follow!

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Ravyn-Morgayne Czukor
32 months ago

My husband, Theo the Green, and I wish we could donate to "Money For Morning Glory Zell." Unfortunately, this does not seem to be our place in this incarnation. I've had to cancel medical appointments due to lack of funds, and I too am very ill. All we can do at this point in time is to pray to the Great Mother that Morning Glory gets well very quickly and with little or no pain. Our hearts and love are with her, and all her loved ones, especially you. Thank you so much for keeping us all posted on MG's progress. And thank you for being such a wonderful force for good in this unsettled world. Peace and Love Ravyn-Morgayne

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Alan Young
32 months ago

OZ, thanks for your detailed report. I would love to be a fly on the wall when the chaplain comes to confer with the Priestess! The "thousand arms of Quan Yin" touched me very deep; cf. my experience at http://humming-bear.blogspot.com/2013/12/bhutan-paro.html (which in turn alludes to an incredible encounter with the Divine which I can only recount in person).... So I am very pleased to be one of Her "thousand arms" for MG. I'll try to come visit next week or after.

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Today, April 14, is the 41st Anniversary of Morning Glory’s and my Handfasting at the Llewellyn Spring Witchmoot in Minneapolis. I thought I’d share with you all the story as we originally wrote it for our Biography, “The Wizard & The Witch.” The final published version was edited considerably, so this is the “Director’s Cut.” Enjoy! BB/NT-OZ MG-OZ Handfasting-April 14, 1974 OZ: In the spring of 1974, MG and I were scheduled to be married. Just before the wedding some friends of ours who had a summer cabin in the Ozarks offered this to us for a weekend to go have a retreat and get ourselves together before the ceremony. Our lives were so busy that we had to take time out to do this. We went down there, and it was beautiful—spring was springing forth all over the place. Flowers were all in bloom. We made a little fire in the fireplace, and we tripped on acid. In the process of this we bonded in an amazing way. Strongly in our minds at that time was the whole vision of the Awakening of Gaea, and the coalescence of planetary consciousness. We still hold that as a central myth in our lives and in our work. And one of the concerns that was going around among ourselves and our friends, who were also caught up in the Gaean mythos that we were developing at that time, was, “What happens when Gaea really does achieve consciousness? Do we all just get lost like drops of water in the ocean?” Because we were so focused on this stuff (and the magic, and our impending marriage) we became One. We were able to look out through each other’s eyes, and completely be within each other. We had this epiphany that the emergence of planetary consciousness would not be one where we would be lost as individuals, like little drops of water being dropped into the ocean. But rather that our individual consciousnesses would expand into the larger awareness. So that rather than just seeing out of only one pair of eyes, we would see out of everyone’s eyes. And everyone would have that same experience. We found that, in our combined essence, our general magical capabilities were vastly expanded as well. We were sitting in a clearing in the middle of the woods. At one point we reached out to the sky and called out. And a hawk started circling around above us. We reached up and looked out of the eyes of the hawk, and we were able to look down and see ourselves and the forest all around us. We reached out and called butterflies. And swarms of butterflies came flying in from all over the place and landing on us. We called the wind, and the wind started picking up and whistling through the trees. We kept on doing that ‘til the intensity got to be almost like a tornado, so we had to stop and slow it down. The wind slowly receded back to normal. We picked violets to make violet jam, and it was the only time in our life when we were in a place where there were enough wild violets to do that. At the end of this retreat, when it was time to return home, we felt, “Okay, we know who we are.” It was one of the great romantic high points of our life. We were totally bonded—forever. And on April 14, 1974, we were handfasted and legally married in a huge Pagan ceremony at the next Gnosticon in Minneapolis. We took our vows to never part We pledged for Life and then for more. You kissed my lips and stole my heart In front of people by the score. In velvet green, our wedding scene Was filled with portent now and then. I'd do it all the same again; I'd do it all the same again. (from “Love of My Life,” by Morning Glory Zell) MG: It was the very first public Pagan wedding ever; we wrote and created the entire ritual ourselves and it was really stressful. Partly because I was trying to handle things at a convention that was hundreds of miles away from St Louis, which is where I was living, plus I was still going back and forth between Eugene. I had brought Rainbow to live with us for a while and she was only 4 years old and was very confused about the changes in our lives. Then at the Con we had to set up a CAW booth plus we were both keynote speakers. I wrote an article and did a speech about my own understanding of what being a Witch was, which was that it was a form of European shamanism. (It was a very controversial idea at the time. But I had just read Mircea Eliade’s book on shamanism and done a lot of other research.) And it turned out that the date that we had picked, unbeknownst to us, was Easter Sunday. Just try and find flowers or a wedding cake on Easter Sunday! Plus I had friends flying in from all over the country. (Unfortunately I couldn’t afford to fly in my parents.) The wedding went off pretty much without too many hitches. Tim and I both had tears streaming down our faces but our voices were still strong enough that you could hear the words of our vows. We got all the way through it, and it was wonderful. OZ: The story and photos appeared on the front page of the local paper, and they upstage

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Oberon Zell
17 months ago
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Today, April 14, is the 41st Anniversary of Morning Glory’s and my Handfasting at the Llewellyn Spring Witchmoot in Minneapolis. I thought I’d share with you all the story as we originally wrote it for our Biography, “The Wizard & The Witch.” The final published version was edited considerably, so this is the “Director’s Cut.” Enjoy! BB/NT-OZ MG-OZ Handfasting-April 14, 1974 OZ: In the spring of 1974, MG and I were scheduled to be married. Just before the wedding some friends of ours who had a summer cabin in the Ozarks offered this to us for a weekend to go have a retreat and get ourselves together before the ceremony. Our lives were so busy that we had to take time out to do this. We went down there, and it was beautiful—spring was springing forth all over the place. Flowers were all in bloom. We made a little fire in the fireplace, and we tripped on acid. In the process of this we bonded in an amazing way. Strongly in our minds at that time was the whole vision of the Awakening of Gaea, and the coalescence of planetary consciousness. We still hold that as a central myth in our lives and in our work. And one of the concerns that was going around among ourselves and our friends, who were also caught up in the Gaean mythos that we were developing at that time, was, “What happens when Gaea really does achieve consciousness? Do we all just get lost like drops of water in the ocean?” Because we were so focused on this stuff (and the magic, and our impending marriage) we became One. We were able to look out through each other’s eyes, and completely be within each other. We had this epiphany that the emergence of planetary consciousness would not be one where we would be lost as individuals, like little drops of water being dropped into the ocean. But rather that our individual consciousnesses would expand into the larger awareness. So that rather than just seeing out of only one pair of eyes, we would see out of everyone’s eyes. And everyone would have that same experience. We found that, in our combined essence, our general magical capabilities were vastly expanded as well. We were sitting in a clearing in the middle of the woods. At one point we reached out to the sky and called out. And a hawk started circling around above us. We reached up and looked out of the eyes of the hawk, and we were able to look down and see ourselves and the forest all around us. We reached out and called butterflies. And swarms of butterflies came flying in from all over the place and landing on us. We called the wind, and the wind started picking up and whistling through the trees. We kept on doing that ‘til the intensity got to be almost like a tornado, so we had to stop and slow it down. The wind slowly receded back to normal. We picked violets to make violet jam, and it was the only time in our life when we were in a place where there were enough wild violets to do that. At the end of this retreat, when it was time to return home, we felt, “Okay, we know who we are.” It was one of the great romantic high points of our life. We were totally bonded—forever. And on April 14, 1974, we were handfasted and legally married in a huge Pagan ceremony at the next Gnosticon in Minneapolis. We took our vows to never part We pledged for Life and then for more. You kissed my lips and stole my heart In front of people by the score. In velvet green, our wedding scene Was filled with portent now and then. I'd do it all the same again; I'd do it all the same again. (from “Love of My Life,” by Morning Glory Zell) MG: It was the very first public Pagan wedding ever; we wrote and created the entire ritual ourselves and it was really stressful. Partly because I was trying to handle things at a convention that was hundreds of miles away from St Louis, which is where I was living, plus I was still going back and forth between Eugene. I had brought Rainbow to live with us for a while and she was only 4 years old and was very confused about the changes in our lives. Then at the Con we had to set up a CAW booth plus we were both keynote speakers. I wrote an article and did a speech about my own understanding of what being a Witch was, which was that it was a form of European shamanism. (It was a very controversial idea at the time. But I had just read Mircea Eliade’s book on shamanism and done a lot of other research.) And it turned out that the date that we had picked, unbeknownst to us, was Easter Sunday. Just try and find flowers or a wedding cake on Easter Sunday! Plus I had friends flying in from all over the country. (Unfortunately I couldn’t afford to fly in my parents.) The wedding went off pretty much without too many hitches. Tim and I both had tears streaming down our faces but our voices were still strong enough that you could hear the words of our vows. We got all the way through it, and it was wonderful. OZ: The story and photos appeared on the front page of the local paper, and they upstage

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Kennita Watson
27 months ago

I sympathize with your loss; I am glad at least that you grant yourself the freedom and time to grieve. Too many rush on ahead, and try to hide their pain from themselves. Even as your sphere seems to close in around yourself, you set a good example for many far and wide. All the best to you and all around you.

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Morgan Omanes
29 months ago

In life there are times when we struggle to keep ourselves together, coherant, and grounded. We feel more deeply the pangs of loss and the value of touch. It is sitting in a room whilst the world passes by and wondering if things should have been done differently. Yes there will always be a next time but in this moment the world loses color. In this life all we can hope for is to touch the lives of those around us, and I think you have both done that in abundance. May you be lifted by your friends and family as the next leg of her journey begins. Blessed be to you both.

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Bonnie Brown
29 months ago

I'm so pleased she will be at home! I am almost done reading "the Wizard and the Witch" your journey has made a difference to so many. Thank you OZ and MG.

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Fernando Espejel
29 months ago

My dear fellows; My heart is with you on this time, I am in the same situation as you Oberon, my love one has been in cancer treatment for long time, started in one place, was cure and then started again in different place. I've been doing some research on the causes and natural cures and found out that one of the best foods to eliminate almost every type of cancer is the Soursop (Guanabana), it is a tropical fruit that helps the cells to recover their natural oxygen levels. cancer is produce due to the lack of oxygen on our cells, the food we eat now has so many unnatural ingredients that has decrease those levels in our body. Research on that fruit, also a mixture of Aloe Vera, Honey Bee and an oz of hard liquor has been prove to help on cancer treatments. I pray this information helps you. My blessings to you all

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Kennita Watson
29 months ago

Thanks for all you do, Oberon! Morning Glory is very lucky to have you there for her.

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Diane Morrison
29 months ago

To those of you who donated or are thinking of donating: I'm offering a giveaway to help encourage donations. http://witchesandpagans.com/Pagan-Culture-Blogs/giveaway-for-the-pagan-community-morning-glory-zell.html for the story. Please don't hesitate to leave a comment because the draw for this package is in less than a week! More packages will follow!

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Ravyn-Morgayne Czukor
32 months ago

My husband, Theo the Green, and I wish we could donate to "Money For Morning Glory Zell." Unfortunately, this does not seem to be our place in this incarnation. I've had to cancel medical appointments due to lack of funds, and I too am very ill. All we can do at this point in time is to pray to the Great Mother that Morning Glory gets well very quickly and with little or no pain. Our hearts and love are with her, and all her loved ones, especially you. Thank you so much for keeping us all posted on MG's progress. And thank you for being such a wonderful force for good in this unsettled world. Peace and Love Ravyn-Morgayne

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Alan Young
32 months ago

OZ, thanks for your detailed report. I would love to be a fly on the wall when the chaplain comes to confer with the Priestess! The "thousand arms of Quan Yin" touched me very deep; cf. my experience at http://humming-bear.blogspot.com/2013/12/bhutan-paro.html (which in turn alludes to an incredible encounter with the Divine which I can only recount in person).... So I am very pleased to be one of Her "thousand arms" for MG. I'll try to come visit next week or after.

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