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Mabon and the Autumnial Equinox

According to the old Celtic Calendar, Mabon was the second harvest following Lughnasa. It is a harvest festival and a time to honor the trees. All around us we can see signs of autumn as the trees begin to change color, which is another way of reminding use of their importance and magickal significance. 393 more words

Spirituality

Autumn Cornucopia Needlepoint Kit by Elizabeth Bradley cheap

Autumn Cornucopia Needlepoint Kit by Elizabeth Bradley

Autumn Cornucopia Needlepoint Kit by Elizabeth Bradley. If you looking for Autumn Cornucopia Needlepoint Kit by Elizabeth Bradley. 71 more words

$$$ Cornucopia Shape Rattan Basket For Home Decor and Crafts

Cornucopia Shape Rattan Basket For Home Decor and Crafts

Cornucopia Shape Rattan Basket For Home Decor and Crafts. If you looking for Cornucopia Shape Rattan Basket For Home Decor and Crafts. 95 more words

[ARC] Cosmocopia by Paul Di Filippo

Cosmocopia è il primo romanzo che leggo di Di Filippo, e non è certo uno stimolo per leggerne altri.

Frank Lazorg, pittore ormai invecchiato e limitato da problemi fisici, riceve da una vecchia e non precisata conoscenza una polvere ottenuta da scarabei magici (utilizzabile come pigmento ma anche come droga, come ci mostra subito il dissennato pittore). 549 more words

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Parashat Ki-Tavo opens with the passage describing the Bikkurim/First fruits offering. The Talmud describes this offering as the centerpiece of Shavuot, the second of the major festivals. 121 more words

Jaded Jungle - September 4, 2014

Happy first Thursday everyone! As promised last week, today starts a new once-a-month series, where I will be featuring a guest blogger, Jade. The way Jade’s entries will read are like journal entries, and she’ll discuss her experiences, epiphanies, and errors while she navigates through life. 498 more words

Life

Amalthaea is Today's Religious topic of the Day (09/04/14)

Taken from the Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of World Religions

Here is a dose of daily religion from A to Z.

Today’s religious topic is as follows: 112 more words

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