An Eclectic Mid-Winter Ritual

Here in the Midwest, February is the coldest time of the year on average. There might be snow on the ground still, or it might have melted, but it’s likely we still have more snow to come. But since it’s the peak (or should I say the trough) of cold temperatures, I can look forward to the beginning of warming (or at least less freezing) temperatures. So, for me, Mid-Winter is the end of the Great Freezing and the beginning of the Great Melting. [Read more…]

I hate ewe’s milk.

Personally, my February celebration has nothing to do with sheep or with milk — except that both are white and so is the snow on the ground outside right now. [Read more…]

The night it snowed: The context of our Mid-Winter celebration

Teo Bishop recently wrote about adding context to Pagan rituals: “I wish that just once I could go to a CUUPS ritual, or an ADF Druid ritual, and someone would get up and speak. I wish they’d provide me with context. I wish they’d say — this is how all of this fits into my [Read More…]


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