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Robin Fennelly is a Third Degree initiate within The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel Tradition and has served as High Priestess of Oak and Willow Coven within the ASW for over a decade. Robin has been on the path of the spiritual seeker since her early teens. Growing up in a spiritually supportive family provided the opportunity to explore a variety of esoteric traditions encompassing Eastern Philosophy, Metaphysics and the Western Magickal System which she incorporates in her teaching.

Robin’s writings have been featured on The Witches’ Voice online community, Circle Magazine, the Pagan Blog Project, and internationally throughout the United Kingdom. She has multiple blogs covering a diverse selection of topics and a monthly column in PaganPages e-zine. She has authored several books incorporating her unique style of writing making use of poetry, prose and pathworking to enhance the concepts presented.

More information is available on Robin’s website at:


Robin Fennelly

7 Responses to About

  1. maria says:

    do you have e-mail reminders

    • Hi Maria… Yes. If you look on the right side bar and scroll down there is an option to follow via e-mail. See text below:

      Follow Blog via Email
      Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

      Hope this helps.Let me know if you have any problems. Blessings… Robin

  2. Steve Hollingsworth says:

    Dear Robin….. Tonight and tomorrow I am going to attempt all of Lesson 1 (from the lessons Index), with my wife reading the pathworkings. This looks very exciting!

  3. ingvenning says:


    I just discovered this blog today, and I love it! I have added it to the list of pagan blogs at my website.

    I am wanting to start following the Samhain posts, but I cannot access Day Eighteen’s content. I just thought I’d let you know in case there is a technical problem.

    Do you ever review books? I am in the process of publishing my work and would love to offer you a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

    Have a fantastic day!

    Ing Venning

    • Hi Ing…

      Thank you for your kind words. Day Eighteen’s link appears to be good for access from the 30-days of Samhain Index page. Some I am updating or changing for this year’s work, so since you are looking ahead that may be the issue.

      I do review books, writing for Spiral nature, my own blogs, and Pagan Pages. I would be happy to review and always give honest feedback.

      Let me know if I can be of any other help… Blessings-Robin

      • ingvenning says:

        I just read the day nineteen post and loved it! 🙂 Somewhere on my computer I have an essay I attempted several years ago that also goes into divination theory and aspects of fate vs. free will. I’m feeling inspired to revisit it soon.

        Thanks for the info about reviews! I will visit those sites.

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