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The Goddess Mokosh by Laura Shannon

Candlemas / Imbolc, the midway point between the winter solstice and spring equinox brings with it (in the northern hemisphere) the first signs of awakening spring. 1,079 more words

Goddess

Imbolc

The following blog post is a short excerpt from my book:
The Spiritual Feminist


Imbolc

(February 2)

The Goddess celebrates renewed fertility, fertility of body, mind, and spirit.  581 more words

Spirituality

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Imbolc

The following blog post is a short excerpt from my book:
The Spiritual Feminist


Imbolc

(February 2)

The Goddess celebrates renewed fertility, fertility of body, mind, and spirit.  581 more words

Spirituality

The Flame Endures: Brigid the Saint

Imbolc is a time to celebrate the coming of spring and is also the feast day of Saint Brigid (February 1). We’re delighted to share a post from Lunaea Weatherstone, a long-time Amber Lotus contributor and author of… 721 more words

Holiday Lore

Lewd Not Love: Valentine Villainy

What is Valentine’s Day really about? To put it simply, Valentine’s Day is Vile.  This pagan holiday is part of the over month long “Carnival” festival that ends with the infamously lewd Mardi Gras.   147 more words

Idolatry: The Truth About Christmas from Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson

Shalom everyone!  Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted some very uncomfortable truths for some on Christmas Day in 2014. The holiday is celebrated each year on… 177 more words

Idolatry

Christmas – An Occultic Observance

While it is always appropriate to celebrate Yeshua’s birth, his death and resurrection are far more important. If Yahweh had expected humanity to celebrate Yeshua’s birth date, that date would also have been a prominent feast on His… 1,732 more words

Occultic Observances