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Imbolc - My fifth High Day

Imbolc heralds the coming of spring. It is another of the main festivals in the Celtic hearth culture and is associated with Brid, the Irish goddess of smithing, poetry, and flame. 106 more words

ADF

Snake Woman

(by Starhawk)

Snake woman shedding her skin.
Shedding, Shedding, shedding her skin.

Snake woman shedding her skin.
Shedding, Shedding, shedding her skin.

Bird woman taking flight… 34 more words

Life

One Spirit

(PJ Seale)

One spirit in the dark,
Like a candle waivers.
Many spirits joined as one,
Burn with the power of the blazing sun.
There is strength in community, 30 more words

Connecting

Irish Mythology | The County Cavan Cult of Brigid

Easter is the festival of the pagan Goddess of Spring, Eostre, or Ostara, which was adopted by Christians as the resurrection day of Jesus. In Ireland, the beginning of Spring is celebrated by the festival of Imbolc on February 1st, which also happens to be the feast day of the Goddess Brigid. 892 more words

Ireland

2015 Spring Equinox Business Meeting

3/21/15

Called to Order:

8:30 pm

Folk Present:

Grey Catsidhe, Weretoad, and Cassandra

Allies Present:

Jacob

Guests Present:

Bee, Leslie, Brad, and two other children… 595 more words

Rose Orange Potpourri

Happy Spring Equinox! We made these at Imbolc and shared them at Ostara. In case you wanted to make some rose-orange potpourri of your own… This makes about 10 sachets with about ½ cup mix in each. 70 more words

Ostara

Vegan Fast Week 7

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Breakfast
Coffee w/ coconut milk
Blueberry bagel w/ Earth Balance
McCann’s Irish Oatmeal w/ local Wildflower Honey and peanut butter

Lunch… 219 more words

Paganism/Spiritualism