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I originally wrote this article for an anthology which never was published, so I put it here instead.  I then pulled it off the site because I want"Barbarian child"ed to put more material into it and I offered it to Air was published in Vol. 2 Issue 2, Lughnasadh/Samhain 2015.   As the magazine publishes only twice a year, I would normally wait at least 6 months before Pranrepublishing here as it believe that makes more sense. However, the actual contract is for only 3 months and this once I am taking advantage of that because this article is just so very important to me.  

This is about my service to Macha to defend and protect horses in any way I can. By caring for those I have been blessed to have in my life and to work to stop the slaughter of our horses for both human and animal consumption.  This is a key part of my living practice.


Again, I thank my sister Horse Goddess devotee Ceffyl Aedui for making this a PDF as well as her feedback and editing.

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 It was Macha who called me back home.

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You may also be interested in The Horse Amongst the Celts at  On the Shieling
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