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All About Lughnasadh / Lammas

August 1, 2015 – 6:29 PM

All About Lughnasadh Posted and edited by: Magickal Winds [Please keep in mind that these Bulletins & Blogs contain some of my writings and some borrowed (with permission) from different sources, or a combination of both to provide diversity, variety and a broad spectrum of information.] Lughnasadh by Christina At Lughnasadh, the Wheel of the […]

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All About Litha

June 20, 2015 – 2:13 PM

All About Litha: History, Chants, Poems, Recipes, Activities, Rituals, Spells, and More… Posted and Edited by: ┬áMagickal Winds       Litha poems and chants Summer Solstice by Rhiannon Cotter Summer Solstice, the longest day, represents a turning point from Spring to Summer during which the Sun God directs the ripening and blossoming of the […]

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Yule and the Winter Solstice

December 14, 2012 – 1:20 AM

Yule, (pronounced EWE-elle) is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half.

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All About Eostre/Ostara and The Origins of ‘Easter’

March 19, 2011 – 2:22 AM

Every year at Ostara, everyone begins chatting about a goddess of spring known as Eostre. According to the stories, she is a Teutonic goddess associated with flowers and springtime, and her name gives us the word “Easter”, as well as the name of Ostara itself.

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Imbolc

February 2, 2010 – 12:44 PM

Imbolc, literally “in milk”, refers to the beginning of lactation in the farm animals, in preparation for the birth of the young. The name Candlemas traces to the practice of blessing the candles for the coming year, making way for the light to come forth. Lady Day is the name given in honor of the Lady, who returns from the underworld, bringing the light and warmth of the newborn Sun.

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MABON: ALL You Need To Know

September 3, 2009 – 1:20 AM

ALL ABOUT MABON : History, Recipes, Correspondences, Activities and Much More! (A Diverse Collection of Mabon Information) Posted and edited by MAGICKAL WINDS (If viewing this post is difficult, please refer to http://www.magickalwinds.com or Magickal Wind’s MySpace Blogs). Mabon The Time of Change is upon us again – the Equinox comes, the Wheel turns… The […]

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Beltane

May 2, 2009 – 7:38 PM

Beltane is an old Celtic Fire Ritual which celebrates, at the most fundamental level, the end of winter and the beginning of the warmer, lighter half of the year. It is the counterpart to Samhain, which marks the Pagan New Year and celebrates ancestors and the death of the crops (harvest). Beltane celebrates life. For the Celts, it was a festival that insured fertility and growth.

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