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01/08/2019Comments: 0
It is now high summer and the union of Sun and Earth, God and Goddess, has produced the First Harvest. Lammas is the celebration of this first grain harvest, a time for gathering together and giving thanks for abundance. Read on to learn more about the symbols that represent this harvest festival.   ..
27/06/2019Comments: 0
The gardens are blooming and summer is in full swing, ready to enjoy the celebrations of Midsummer. Also called Litha, this summer solstice Sabbat honors the longest day of the year. Depending on your spiritual path, there are many different ways you can celebrate Litha, but the focus is nearly always on celebrating the power of the sun.    ..
20/06/2019Comments: 0
Over the course of time, many animals have developed a great deal of magical symbolism. The horse in particular has been found in folklore and legend in a variety of cultures. From the horse gods of the Celtic lands to the pale horse found in prophecy, the horse features prominently in many myths and legends.   ..
01/05/2019Comments: 0
Beltane honours life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of summer. Earth energies are at their strongest and most active. Read on to learn about some of the symbols associated with this Pagan Festival.   ..
18/04/2019Comments: 0
The name Easter comes from the ancient Pagan goddess of spring, Eostre or Ostara, in whose honour an annual spring festival was held. From her, Easter was created. There are many Pagan symbols of Easter, but read on to learn about the main four.   ..
28/03/2019Comments: 0
Spring is a time of great celebration in many cultures. It's the time of year when the planting begins, people begin to once more enjoy the fresh air, and we can reconnect with the earth again after long, cold winter. A number of different gods and goddesses from different cultures are connected with the themes of Spring. Read on to learn more about some of the many deities associated with spr..
28/02/2019Comments: 0
Shop the Snake Ring In many modern traditions, animal symbolisms are incorporated into magical belief and practice. Read on to learn some of the ways people have welcomed animals into their magical practice throughout the ages, as well as specific animals and their folklore and legends.   ..
21/02/2019Comments: 0
The rainbow is an important symbol for Pagans. To Heathens, it is the symbol of Bifrost, the rainbow bridge between the world of deities and the world of humans. For many Pagans, the colours of the rainbow correspond to the colours of the chakras. Read on to learn more.   ..
4 Symbols of Imbolc - What is Imbolc?
31/01/2019Comments: 0
Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar, signals the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is a time to let go of the past and look to the future, clearing out the old, making both outer and inner space for new beginnings. Imbolc is traditionally the great festival and honouring of Brigid, so loved as a pagan Goddess that her worship was woven into the Christian church as St Br..
19/10/2018Comments: 0
Halloween evolved from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, but over the centuries Halloween transitioned from a pagan ritual to a day of parties, costumes, pumpkins and trick-or-treating. People all over the world celebrate this holiday in different ways. Read on to learn more.   ..
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