The Book of the Great Queen is the culmination of nearly 20 years of the author's study and practice as a dedicant of the Morrígan. The intention for the book is to provide a comprehensive and in-depth look at the Morrígan as we know her through textual, historical, and archaeological sources, her role and cult of worship in ancient Celtic religion, and to provide guidance for the modern devotional practitioner drawing on these traditions. Cover art and illustrations are by Valerie Herron of Mystic Media. Published by Concrescent Press, 2015.
Edited by Lora O'Brien and Morpheus Ravenna. He is a king, a druid, a war chieftain, a lover, and a worker of the land. He nourishes and he kills, he loves and he fights, in equal measure. He knows the sorcerous arts of druidry and the secrets of time. He is the Dagda - the mightiest of all the Irish Gods, and yet he is often overlooked in popular approaches to the Irish Gods. This book distills the scholarship, experience, and creative vision of the Irish and Celtic spirituality communities to bring you a harvest of knowledge featuring: Works of original scholarship on the Dagda, his role in literature culture, and myth, and related divinities. Translated early Irish textual material with commentary. Tools for the practitioner including prayers, rituals, recipes. Insightful experiential writings from priests and practitioners. Curated original creative writings. Original artwork and illustrations. No one reading this book will come away unsatisfied… Published by Eel and Otter Press, 2018.
Journals & Other Publications
Article: "Ghost Stories of Gaul" by Morpheus Ravenna. Walking the Worlds: A biannual journal of polytheism and spiritwork. Walking the Worlds is a print journal devoted to an exploration of spiritwork and polytheism from a variety of traditions, ancient and modern.
Poem: Shieldmaiden's Song by Morpheus Ravenna. By Blood, Bone, and Blade: A Tribute to the Morrigan. Devotional anthology edited by Nicole Bonvisuto. Published by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2014.