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- Mabon – The Myth of Progress
- Now at Pagan Square: Practice what’s not perfect
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- Ritual for celebrating triple Goddess using Three of Cups
- Review: Kynes – Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences
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- Lunasa – John Barleycorn
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My mother, Jean, died last night. Some of you knew her under her Craft name, Cameo. Everyone who met her was impressed with her strength and grace. She was a true child of Brigid, as a nurse, as a mother, … Continue reading
I’m continuing to republish a series of articles on the Sabbats originally written in 2011. Mabon, the autumn equinox, is something of a blank slate. In the Wheel of the Year, the “cross-quarter days” are Celtic fire festivals; the other … Continue reading
I’m suggesting that more of us take this back-to-school time to challenge ourselves to try something new without being limited by our previous assumptions of what we’re innately good at. Read more at Pagan Square.
Ever wondered how many different three-card spreads were possible? Or Celtic Cross spreads? Read on to find out – it’s probably more than you think! Continue reading
The suit of Cups is all about Water, so it has to do with emotions and relationships. The Three of Cups is a card of relating to others, and it has special resonance for goddess worshippers who know that several … Continue reading
Kynes, Sandra. Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences: A Comprehensive & Cross-Referenced Resource for Pagans & Wiccans. Llewellyn, 2013. Paperback, 528 pages. Sandra Kynes’ book of correspondences competently addresses the fundamental needs of magical practitioners as well as offering opportunities for … Continue reading