New Website


Eventually after 2 years I have decided to put my website back on the web, I took it down in 2011 for two reasons, 1.   due to the fact that I did not want any involvement with the 2012 fiasco,

2.  The nature of another artist who constantly decided that they would copy my words & work this happened every time I changed something on my site,  I hope I did this artist a favour by dis-appearing for a while and allowing them to be on their own journey & not in the shadow of mine.

I hope you like it and also honest feedback is most welcome, there a few new images that still need to be uploaded well hey ho its taken 2.5years to get this far. x


Spirals of Life


Spirals of life,

spirals of my life,

spirals of your life,

vortexs of energy filtering out filtering in,

as people in our lives, moving in, moving out,

free flowing,

free as a bird with wings of majestic freedom.

Angela George

Same energy different names.

Brigid’s story, we must speak of her title, “the Mary of the Gael.” This is attached to her in the most ancient records. It can be traced back to her own century, when the legend arose that a Druid prophesied before her birth that she should be “another Mary, mother of the great Lord.” It is attached to her, down the ages, in native writing

She was, and continues to be, known by many names. Referred to as Bride, Bridey, Brighid, Brigit, Briggidda, Brigantia, Maid Marian

Like many other Goddesses, Maid Marian’s story has changed and evolved over the years to suit the needs of Her people. We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Is Maid Marian a Goddess? I thought she was Robin Hood’s girlfriend. How can she be a Goddess?”

Well, let’s look at that for a minute. Our first clue is Her name: Marian. Let’s break her name down a little more simply.  MARY – ANN. The first part, “Mari” or “Mary,” should be clear. You can probably think of a Goddess or two who goes by that name.  In fact, Marian means “of Mary.”  In some versions of Her myth, Marian is even a devotee of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The second part of Her name, “Ann” or “An,” comes from the Goddess Diana. 

The name Brigit itself means either “Fiery Arrow”, “Bright One”, or “High One” in the ancient

her son’s birth was boldly declared to be miraculous, and therefore she was called …the Virgin Mother.” (p.76) “The highest titles were then bestowed upon her. In Greece, she was called Hestia

Hestia the Solar Mother

Goddess of Augury
Goddess of Augury in Druid tradition, poetry (filidecht) was associated with augury (fiosachd or fàisneachd). So Brigit was also the patron of prophets and seers (fiosaiche). She was said to have foreseen the future of Christ when she was his nurse:

The augury Brigit made for her Foster son (Jesus)
She made a pipe within her palms:
‘I see the Foster son by the well’s side,
Teaching the people assuredly
I set the augury towards the well,
And truly that was righteous work,
The King of kings teaching the people,
Yonder I see Christ, assuredly.

The symbol of Britain – the Goddess Brigantia or Britannia, (still found on their fifty-cent coin) is Brigid in her aspect as Goddess of Sovereignty or Guardian of the Land.

I just see it like this…….

bay of bridgit


The pure energy (or prana, the ancient Vedic word for life-force) that trees release has to do with their absorption and accumulation of water, sunlight and etheric light – the source of all creation. With their branches like antenna, trees act as conduits for this heavenly light – absorbing it, transforming it and radiating it out again in a more usable form for the wider environment. Certain trees generate an abundance of prana – these are generally large, healthy, older trees growing in natural forest environments. In the past the sick and infirm were laid beneath the canopy of such healing trees to be renewed by the abundance of life-force found there. Often these highly energized areas became sites for future healing centres.

Collectively, the forests of the world create a vast network of interlinking energy. Like a giant globe of golden light surrounding the planet, it supports and balances the earth’s ecosphere and provides etheric nourishment to assist all beings to co-exist in greater harmony. Large old trees act as anchors to ground this energy. Such trees are conduits of universal energy on a huge scale and, in addition, these older trees hold the vibrational templates for the younger ones. However, through the extensive and ongoing logging of these once vast natural forests, the protective quality of this mantle of energy is being severely weakened. The results of this are all too painfully apparent – stress, strife and suffering – from the micro to the macro levels.Image


Many years ago I did a project for my Art course and it was called Angoon, I took the name from my first three letters of my name and a close friends first three letters of their name, it was a project on native indian tribal markings, little did I know there really was a place and a Native Indian Tribe named Angoon.