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I originally published this back in 2012, in my Goddess Sundays series. Since today is June 1, it felt right to encore this celebration of mighty Juno, Queen of Many Names and Virtues. Blessings to all! ~ Beth Hail Juno, for whom this month is named! Our story begins, not with Juno, but with the […]

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Fire in the forge that shapes and tempers.  Fire of the hearth that nourishes and heals. Fire in the head that incites and inspires. ~ The Ord Brighideach (Three-Fold Fire of Brighid)  Rejoice, my dear ones! Today is the feast day of St. Brigid who is also Brigid, a beloved Goddess of the Old Religion. […]

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Enchant: comes from the Middle English: enchanten, which comes from the Middle French: enchanter, which comes from Latin: incantare – in + cantare – to sing. Thanks to my friend, Marsha, for sending this to me!

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