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September Folklore

The name September is from the Roman word ‘Septum’ meaning Seven. It was known by the Anglo Saxons as Gerst Monarth (Barley Month) or the Harvest Month. 378 more words

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Full Moon in Pisces; August 29th, 2015, at 2:35 PM EDT❂♓

An enchanted Full Moon occurs on Saturday, when the Moon in dreamy, ethereal Pisces opposes the practical Virgo Sun. Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac and the sign of… 393 more words


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Museum of Witchcraft - Boscastle

Last week we were on our family holiday in Cornwall and although we were staying on the South coast we could not resist a visit to the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, which is roughly 2-3 miles away from Tintagel. 661 more words

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July - Blue Moon

This month (July 2015) experience a rare phenomenon – two full moons in one month.

It will be the first time since August 2012 that we experience two full moons in the space of a month. 143 more words

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Gods and Goddesses of the Summer Solstice

With Litha nearly upon us here are some of the Gods and Goddesses associated with the Summer Solstice from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures…… 688 more words

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Herbs for the Summer Solstice

These words are taken from the amazing book ‘Master Book of Herbalism’ by Paul Beyerl – I coud’nt resist his suggestions for Elder.

‘Who can resist going out to play when we can frolic in the woodlands until late at night?…… 201 more words

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Folklore for the Summer Solstice

Nearly every agricultural society has marked the high point of summer in some way, shape or form. On this date – usually around June 21 or 22 (or December 21/22 in the southern hemisphere) – the sun reaches its zenith in the sky. 1,368 more words

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