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August 29 The Birth of Hathor In the Egyptian traditions, today is the birthday feast of the Goddess Hathor. Hathor is a very ancient Goddess, pre-dating the times of the Pharaoh dynasties. Horus was associated with kingship, and Hathor was associated with the queen. Her name translates to “The House of Horus,” for it is […]

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Every Day Is Sacred: The Opiconsivia

by Beth on August 25, 2015

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 and […]

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This Moon nurtures our creative genius, brilliance, innovation, and ability to go against all odds- sometimes with little social support. ~ Mooncircles.com Blessings of the Aquarius Full Moon, which is also a Blue Moon, meaning it is the 2nd Full Moon in one calendar month. We haven’t had a Blue Moon since 2012, and the […]

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Blessings To You This Joyful Litha

by Beth on June 21, 2015

Glory of the Day-Star, hail! Lifter of the Light, Burnisher of the Sky. Gifts of love to earth are bringing, Summer’s shimmer, dew’s delight. Dancing be the heart within us, Open be our souls to bliss, Courage vanquish every shadow, Greet Midsummer with a kiss. by CaitlĂ­n Matthews, from Celtic Devotional: Daily Prayers and Blessings […]

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Wishing You a Blessed Midsummer’s Eve

by Beth on June 20, 2015

Hand in hand, with Fairy grace, Will we sing, and bless this place. ~ Titania, from William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, today is the last day of Spring. This is Midsummer’s Eve, the night before the sabbat of Litha (Summer Solstice/Alban Hefin/Midsummer). Besides Samhain and Beltane, […]

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