We are here to give service Finding our way to grace The right to serve is the highest awareness As friendship dispels lonliness into peace Let me be the embodiment of Love Let me speak words that inspire Let me sing a song of hope Let me dance with passionate fire Let me see the light that illuminates Let me twirl as I carry that love Let me know in each moment of giving My exaltation rises as the dove No matter which God, religion or lack of belief Whether you sing too shrilly or too loud Every gift of appreciation makes life complete in its resound
Blessings; May you feel the Elvensong within, dance to the rhythm of the sun and hear our voices who speak from your heartspace. We are Tuatha de Danann, the children of Earth and the heavens together. –T.E. Pelton Ogma (pronounced OG-ma, sometimes spelled Ogme or Oghma) of the Tuatha de Danann, is known as the God of eloquence and language, scholars, education and writing. He is said to have invented the early Irish alphabet called Ogham. Now, it is lesser known, although much more true in fact, that Ogma has a highly developed wit, commonly viewed as a ridiculous sense of humor and about which much has been kept secret–deep in the caverns of Tir na n’Og*. This is of course, because most humans tend to view their lives far too seriously. So when Ogma appears, they tend not to notice. When composing "reasonable" literature, Ogme has an imposing stature with long blonde hair and deep resonant voice. But he prefers, and will be most often found transformed into a fool. He will harbor in certain trees and wild animals, although, of course, when humans do see him it is most often in the antics of their pets (tail chasing, and other slaphappy activities.) Humans desire to keep Gods a sensible matter. So, if you are fortunate enough to be reading this, then you’ve been tipped off to the real secret of life: the Gods do appear in the most nonsensical places. Ogma has been known to cheer unrequited lovers and others in the form of cats who chase string, and the entertaining antics of dogs that fly upside down through your hallways and even wag their tails while sleeping. And yes, your favorite comics are absolutely blessed by Oghma. We call upon you, Ogma, in whatever form you might well appear, to guide us to see the finer, and yet more preposterous side of life and ask that you will bless us on this day to laugh at ourselves, find the wacky, sappy and silly and bring it into our lives. Laughter does not judge Laughter waits for no man No homage or expectation. Coming from a place Far beyond human’s limited dimension; The bull who winks, The tree who dances, The dog knows well he is scratching his behind For your more than an itch, But for the chance To transport us back to ourselves. And to remember: life is a play Played by us; Where we learn love Not as a sorrowful expression of inevitable sadness, But to cherish the goofy dance we find ourselves making. To remember we are the fools Watching ourselves. * Learn more about Tir na n’Og and the Elven Mythology in Elven World: Restoration of the Tuatha de Danann Kingdom by T.E Locke. There you will discover Ogme as a brother to Lugh and lover of fiery BeChuille, the abundant Sister of Illusion. Follow ElvenWorld on Twitter, TE Locke on Facebook and enjoy Celtic mythology for the new world and her children – like you.
Blessings; May you feel the Elvensong within, dance to the rhythm of the sun and hear our voices who speak from your heartspace. We are Tuatha de Danann, the children of Earth and the heavens together. –T.E. Pelton Scota is one of the primary characters in Elven World: Restoration of the Tuatha de Danann Kingdom where she is the lover of Angus, God of Music, and the sister of Lugh, the Shining One. She teaches magic to Aine, the Modern Celtic scholars believe that Scota was the eponymous founder of Scotland. An Egyptian princess, daughter of a Pharaoh, Scota settled with her eight children and their families in what is now Scotland where she became known as Queen. Her grave is said to be in Tralee just South of County Kerry in Ireland. In the Elven World mythologies, Scota is one of the Sisters of Illusion and she is a highly skilled master. Her distinguished and most celebrated power is the ability to turn anything from the negative to the positive. She knows that all we see before us in this Earthly dimension is illusion. She is able to mold, change and form energy bundles and streams into manifestations of light, perceived as reality. I make my request of the Master to teach me; I call upon your name, knowing you will respond in kind regardless of barriers of time or space. Scota I ask you to guide my soul in the way of seeing beyond time, beyond the physical into the world of light. I ask you to teach me sight beyond the boundaries of space that was decided for me upon entry to this mortal world. Teach me the way to harmony with all potential outcomes and wisdom to choose the manifestation that serves my soul’s expression. Help me to live in my body as an articulation of this life’s purpose: to speak with a voice, kiss with lips, walk with radiance and dance with abandon. Teach me to love with heart full open and be unafraid of death in any form, for it is only transformation. Unfasten the doors that lead me to a world where I am music: of animals, plants, sky, sea and soil; Where I can lay in the streams and breathe the air through me with you as one elvensong. Help us to love our planet and enhance her gifts. Blessings. May you feel the Elven spirit within you, the magical infinite space of divinity and from which all that appears to be, takes form. Enjoy ElvenWorld: Restoration of the Tuatha de Danann Kingdom on You Tube. Elven World, the Book, is available from amazon.com. Enjoy Dance of Ganesha in honor of Scota at Tuatha’s Myspace page