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Welcoming the Dark of the Year at Samhain

by Beth on October 31, 2014

I am the hallow-tide of all souls passing, I am the bright releaser of all pain, I am the quickener of the fallen seed-case, I am the glance of snow, the strike of rain. I am the hollow of the winter twilight, I am the hearth-fire and the welcome bread, I am the curtained awning […]

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In a full heart there is room for everything, and in an empty heart there is room for nothing.   ~ Antonio Porchia, poet (1885-1968) Here at the threshold of the year, the magical doorway of Beltane in the Southern Hemisphere, and the final harvest and ancient Celtic New Year of Samhain in the northern […]

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Blessings of Mabon and the Autumn Equinox

by Beth on September 22, 2014

Hail! Journeyer of the Heavens, Queen of Brightness, King of Beauty! Gifts of gladness richly bringing, Autumn sheaves and red leaves’ fall. Generous be the heart within us, Open be our hands to all, Justice to be in equal measure, Harvest thankfulness our call. ~ Greeting to the Autumn Equinox by Caitlín Matthews, A Celtic […]

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Happy Labor Day!

by Beth on September 1, 2014

While I am still away on my holiday, I wanted to make note of this extremely important holiday. Part of this post (not all) can be found in my Grace Notes – the seasonal gift you receive when you renew your membership in my Birthday Club for a second year.   Enjoy! Power concedes nothing without a […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Altar of Creativity

by Beth on August 6, 2014

 

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