Imbolc takes place Monday/Tuesday, February 1st– 2nd. There are many traditions surrounding this Sabbat, but at its heart this Sabbat is all about the mid-point of Winter and the promise Spring.  Those trapped indoors are getting really restless and the need for fresh food is becoming critical.  The Earth is waking up and because of that much is

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Winter begins this year on December 21st, Monday, the Moon’s Day, the Mother’s Day.  The Moon itself will be waxing on that day. It’s been a long year since last Winter began and now a whole new cycle begins, blessed by the Holy Mother Goddess as She gives birth to the Sun/Son.  No matter which religious tradition you

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Time for the Bards

Nights are long and cold. We are all indoors, huddling around the source of heat and light.  In today’s world that means heaters and televisions, but in the past it was a fire. The fire provided heat and light, and the people provided entertainment.  They made music and told stories.  Recently a cousin of mine reminded me that we come

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