Tag Archives: Beltane

Beltane – In My Hands

I’m continuing to republish a series of essays originally written in 2011. The Pagan celebration of Beltane, May first and second in the northern hemisphere,  is a fire festival and also a very earthy and bawdy celebration of physical love … Continue reading

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The love of the body

…if that which you seek, you find not within yourself, you shall never find it without. -Doreen Valiente, The Charge of the Goddess, Starhawk’s revision One of the things that neither of my parents really passed on to me was … Continue reading

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Down in the mud at Beltane

Some days I think that no one in her right mind would want to be a Witch and a priestess – unless, of course, she was called to it, and it was as much a part of her blood as … Continue reading

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Beltane, botany, and desire

Hecate recently asked how we know it’s almost time for Beltane. She has an answer in terms of the deep relationship she has with the oak trees in her location. I haven’t lived in one place long enough to have … Continue reading

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