Creating Yuletide Traditions

Blessed Yuletide, friends! I do hope that today’s post finds you warm and happy, surrounded by those you hold closest to your hearts. The season has continued on it’s hectic way since my last post, and we have been bustling along our merry way. This year, it is my mission … Read More

This Witch’s Midsummer

Ahh, the Summer Solstice has caught me just as lax in my actions as the last few weeks have. To tell the truth, I really didn’t do much for this holiday. Having just returned from visiting my aunt in Virginia Thursday, and with my youngest’s new Speech-Language-Pathologist / Occupational Therapy … Read More

Yule and New Beginnings

The end is nigh!!! … Or so some would have you think. Not so much this girl. I do think there is a shift occurring, and perhaps tomorrow’s date marks its mid-point (or some point in that shift). But I think, at any rate, it’s already started. You see, the … Read More

Litha: The Magick of Midsummer

We have moved around the wheel to the day where the sun rises high into the sky, reigning supreme. There is perhaps no symbol as powerful as this sun on this, the longest day of the year. And yet, at the same time, we know that this day also marks … Read More

Yule: Light Returns

The longest night and shortest day. This is the Winter Solstice, when the sun is reborn to the world and begins once again his journey to full power at midsummer. Having a long history in ancient tradition of divine birth at this time of year, many Pagans hold to that … Read More

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