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February 06, 2013
Making Light: A Dionysia Yet to Be Named
Rather than looking at the Athenian calendar and trying to reproduce the holiday that comes...
January 25, 2013
Gateway Goddess: Imbolc – Feeding the Hunger of New Lives with Milk and Fire
I've been told Imbolc is derived from the Celtic words for "in the belly," or...
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Making Light: How we voted Imbolc off the Island (and aren’t even sorry)
Somewhere between the winter solstice and the spring equinox, we notice that the days have...
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Druid Thoughts: Innate Paganism
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Making Light: Happy Hyperborea!
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Naturalistic Traditions: All Things January
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Naturalistic Traditions: All Things December
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Pantheisticon: Some Post-Solstice Musings
I used to be very puzzled when Pagans referred to the solstices as “midsummer” and...
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Pagan Easter Breakfast, and the origin of Easter things
For the last ten years* or so my wife and I have hosted what we...
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Naturalistic Traditions: All Things March
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February 14, 2012
What Was Lost: The Story of Spring
I only had a single moment with her father, but it was enough. When I...
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Purification of the Front Door
In the Religio Romana the first day of the New Moon is called the Kalends....
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Naturalistic Traditions: All Things February
Welcome to the first post of Naturalistic Traditions, a new column exploring naturalism in Pagan...
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Imbolc Candle Ritual
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