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A Birthday Celebration

Winnie the Pooh

Here's a love note from me to you, on the anniversary of my Solar Return. I am so grateful for every one. Every thing. Blessings, blessings, blessings. Continue Reading

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Wave that flag! Wave it wide and high…

It's Independence Day in the U.S.A., and there is lots to think about on this Solar Return. Like how to cherish and protect freedom for ALL our people. Continue Reading

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In Memoriam

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It's the Memorial Day holiday weekend, generally considered the “unofficial start” of the Summer vacation season. But let us not forget its origins. Continue Reading

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Tarot Card of the Week, May 2-8, 2016: The World

World Card

Our recent, unusual run of Major Arcana cards continues this week, when we get the biggest one in the deck. What Grand Finale is climaxing for YOU? Continue Reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Holy Water, Sacred Flame, Brighid We Invoke Your Name

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Wordless Wednesday: Feast of the Forest

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Wordless Wednesday: Standing On the Moon

Wordless Wednesday Standing on the Moon

  (Astronomy Picture of the Day © NASA)

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Spreading the Light

Advent candle

  The Final Candle of the Christmas Advent Prayer Wreath Tonight at midnight, or tomorrow morning if you prefer, for those who are celebrating Christmas, it is time for you to light your final, center candle. With its light, honor the Bringer of Light, and vow to renew your own part in the ancient promiseContinue reading Continue Reading

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Happy (American) Thanksgiving

Prayer

Praise Her from whom all blessings flow. Fruits of Her harvest to bestow. Sustain us as we change and grow. Praise Mother Earth our ancient home. Blessed be. ~ a Pagan Grace, author unknown Happy Thanksgiving! As Caitlin Matthews points out in her beautiful and essential The Celtic Spirit: Daily Meditations for the Turning Year,Continue reading Continue Reading

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Every Day Is Sacred: Navratri 2015 Begins

Durga

O Goddess Durga! My mother! You, the mother of universe, It’s you who takes care of it And removes glooms of hearts. from Prayer to Goddess Durga, by S. D. Tiwari Praises and blessings to the Divine Mother of All, Durga Ma! Her Autumn festival begins today! Navratri, the Nine Night festival in celebration ofContinue reading Continue Reading

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Sweet October

Autumn leaves backlit

  This year, I have come staggering and stumbling into October. Usually, I am bursting with joy, swirling into this rich, magical time that I adore. But there’s been the shocking, sudden death of a beloved friend, eight years younger than me… several work disappointments that I was not expecting… Hard and harder world newsContinue reading Continue Reading

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Every Day Is Sacred: John Lennon’s 75th Birthday

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Every Day Is Sacred. Happy 75th Birthday, John. All we are saying, is give peace a chance. And we’re not the only ones.  Thank you, John, and blessed be.

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Blessings of Mabon, 2015

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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 CelticContinue reading Continue Reading

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Every Day Is Sacred: The Opiconsivia

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Not what we have, but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance. Epicurus (341-271 BCE) Every Day is Sacred: August 25 Today is the celebration of the Opiconsivia, honoring the Roman Goddess of abundance, Ops (also known as Opis). Already considered an ancient deity by the Romans, She is the consort of the God, Saturn andContinue reading Continue Reading

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Every Day is Sacred: Happy Birthday, Wise and Beautiful Virgo

The Constellation Virgo

First, an announcement – Every Day is Sacred When I first started blogging, oh, about twelve years ago, I committed myself to faithfully posting daily. Crazy, I know, and only sustainable for about nine years. I was inspired by priestesses of Time like Waverly FitzGerald, and frequently posted tidbits about holidays and sacred history. BecauseContinue reading Continue Reading

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Twenty Years Gone

Jerry Aug9

 Ripple Lyrics: Robert Hunter Music: Jerry Garcia If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung Would you hear my voice come through the music? Would you hold it near, as it were your own? It’s a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken Perhaps they’re betterContinue reading Continue Reading

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This Lughnasadh, Let Us Not Be Deaf to the Tick of the Leaves

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I adore this poem for the days of Lughnasadh, and so I am encoring my posting of it from years past. With it, I send you blessings of faith, and abundant, miraculous harvests; and most of all, the grace to know them. Love and thanksgiving. Little Summer Poem Touching the Subject of Faith by MaryContinue reading Continue Reading

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Not Wordless. Two Words. And Then, a Few More.

To everyone who sent me emails of encouragement, solidarity, love, suggestions, and support since my June 25 lockout. Thank you. To Shari, who created and circulated the Change.org petition on my behalf, and who helped find a “back-door” in so I could at least have access to my business page. Not enough thanks in theContinue reading Continue Reading

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Now We are Six (and then some)

When I was one I’d just begun, When I was two I was nearly new, When I was three I was hardly me, When I was four I was not much more, When I was five I was barely alive, But now I am six! As clever as clever! And I think I’ll stay sixContinue reading Continue Reading

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Wordless Wednesday: American Goltraí, Geantraí, and Suantraí in Chicago

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