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Light the log, and let Pan rule. Blessed Diwali, Festival of Lights, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Yule, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Sol Invictus, Saturnalia, or whatever midwinter Holy Day(s) you may choose to observe, or not, as the case may be. For those …Continue reading →
During the early years of the 20th century Pagan Renaissance an enigmatic and colorful character named Gwen Thompson was publicly engaged at a high level with the resurgence of Witchcraft in the United States. She was a prolific correspondent with …Continue reading →
Knowing how the ancient Celts might have celebrated Samhain can inform our own rituals and rites, but what’s most important is what Samhain means to us […] Source: Samhain: When the Veil is Thin from RAISE THE HORNS with Jason …Continue reading →
Levy Dew http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levy-Dew “Levy-Dew”, also known as “A New Year Carol”, or “Residue”, is a British folk song of Welsh origin traditionally sung in New Year celebrations. The song was set to music by Benjamin Britten in 1936. It is …Continue reading →
After an absence of several years, Nemed Cuculatii is observing Samhain this year. Due to work scheduling and the such, our observance will be on November 4, not quite the 15th degree of Scorpio, but as close as we can …Continue reading →
The Festival of Lunasa is almost upon us. Lughnasadh or Lughnasa (pronounced /ˈluːnəsə/, LOO-nə-sə) is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. In Modern …Continue reading →
Today we are preparing for the 30th birthday celebration for Lady Raven and Moondancer’s youngest, Kodama. Her party will be on a mermaid theme, and she has invited several of her oldest friends to join in. Hopefully, the rain will …Continue reading →