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Celebrate anyway!

Why we *need* to celebrate as much as we can. Continue reading

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Marry Me And Be My Wife

Since I started with songs from the 80ies as titles for my blog posts in my last one (a reference to Losing my Religion by R.E.M. – at least one reader got it) I thought I keep going with this … Continue reading

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Eco – Paganism. Choice or Mandate?

In a previous blog article I touched upon the idea of creating spells by using a pattern that seemingly was utilized in pagan times in Europe. Here is the link to the full article, but I shall just give a … Continue reading

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End of Summer

Like the other Cross Quarter Days folks who observe the Celtic inspired Wheel of the Year celebrate, Samhain, too, is linked to agriculture. Imbolc was when the ewes, the female sheep, lactated; Beltane when the forces of fertility were at their peak … Continue reading

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