Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Australis Lux (The Longest Day & Night of The Year)

What makes this time of year what it is and the celebrations that spring forth therefrom the world over. [Read more…]

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The Real Reason For The Season

Each year I encounter something that most Pagans know, but the general public is oddly oblivious to. People who casually complain about the dark and don’t know about the shortest day of the year, or even when it is. I know this because that is when I mention that soon enough the days will be getting longer they blankly stare at me and say, “Really? When?” It becomes very hard not to do a face palm each time I encounter this, and its frequent. So I feel compelled to talk about the Real reason for the season. [Read more…]

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Solitary Solstice

Lupa Greenwolf has plans for a very sedate solstice. [Read more…]

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Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Borealis Lux (The Longest Day & Night of Year)

Here is how we have the longest day & night of the year, its effects on the planet and the various customs and celebrations all over the world that are in response to this. [Read more…]

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Solterrestriale Vocabulum / Solar-Earth Terms (Previously Known as Ehoah Phrases) Now Public Domain

Rua Lupa had released these images and terms into the Public Domain / Creative Commons for others to use and muck about with for their own endeavors in understanding our relationship with the sun and earth. [Read more…]

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The Story Behind The Ehoah Phrases – Words To Draw Connections With Our Place In The Cosmos

Some reading this may likely already recognize the words Lux and Nox – Latin used elsewhere in popular books and movies. They simply mean Light/Day and Dark/Night. Why are they used here? [Read more…]

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