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Preparations for Calan Gaeaf (Samhain)

There has always been something about this time of year. It’s a special time of year for me and probably my favourite season. As the Mabon sun fades I feel a distinct chill in the air and I realise the wheel has indeed turned and Autumn is definitely here. 672 more words

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ACTIVE IMAGINATION: BEYOND MICHAELMAS

In my Active Imagination post on 18 August this year, I wrote about an image of a wild park, a tree, deep twilight, the moon, a river, a gorge, and a bridge, a city of lights, a messenger and a message. 308 more words

Universal ethics

The concept of universal ethics is the one that makes the most sense to me. How I live my life depends on one, simple question: “What if everyone did the same?” 535 more words

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Astrology Sunday: Fasten your seatbelts

So for those of you who don’t know, I am (among other things) an astrologer.

I have been interested in astrology since I was 11 years old (around 1991), and have been studying the subject fairly intensively since the age of 15 (1995). 1,181 more words

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Joy and hard graft in the autumn

The hedges have finally all been trimmed, and the garden is winding down after a really long season. Hard work from March through to November, our garden gives us immense joy as well as hard graft. 648 more words

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The Return of The Celtic Mage

I started this blog in 2010 and I inadvertently abandoned it primarily because of a great deal of turbulence in my life. Whilst life has it’s ups and downs I am relieved to say that four years later it now seems a lot more stable. 251 more words

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