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The Altar

Written by Algoth’s Grove

“The altar is first in the soul, then in the heart, then in the material, it is only then that the altar can jolt the mind to chant the invocations necessary to bring it to life.” 863 more words


Picnic on Beltane

Throughout history,
the uses of picnic tables  were manifold

For centuries they were used as center-pieces
around which large swaths of public space
were organized… 103 more words


Beltane: Around The Maypole

Beltane, also known by its Gaelic name of May Day, is one of the four major fire festivals along the Wheel of the Year. Generally celebrated from April 30th to May 1st, Beltane marks the beginning of summer and brings to us a deeper understanding of the relationship of the God and Goddess. 598 more words


Beauty and the Belly Workshop 2018

We had a great time at Mystic Belly Dance‘s Beauty and the Belly Workshop and Photography Session yesterday 🙂

Diving headlong into my journeys with the Otherworld, I chose a faery theme for my photos, and we had a brilliant time walking the meadows and basking in the sunshine, smelling the blossom and the green. 8 more words

Our Beltaine

WOW this month has been busy so far!  And our Beltaine celebration started that off, pretty much.

We were hoping to have a Beltaine-eve bonfire with local pagan friends but the host unfortunately got sick, so we had another small hearth celebration, like we did for the Spring Equinox.  344 more words


May be

It has been some time since I have had the urge to write anything here. However It is May again. The summer comes, flowers bloom. I’m reminded this is the time of Beltane fires and bikinis. 139 more words