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Celebrating the Neopagan Wheel of the Year in Japan

This Monday July 18th is a public holiday in Japan known as Umi no Hi, or “Ocean Day.” It’s one of 16 public holidays in Japan, which is quite a large number compared with many other countries (on the flip-side, few Japanese take annual leave from work for a variety of reasons). 62 more words

Rituals & Festivals

Holy Day of Litha

Litha is more commonly referred to as Midsummer, the Summer Solstice, or the first official day of Summer. It is the longest day of the year, meaning the sun is in the visible sky for the longest amount of time. 314 more words

Holy Days

Danse Macabre Library Review, Part II

Greetings Methuselahs!

So sorry that this article is late – the holiday weekend kind of messed up my writing schedule.  Anyway, last week I started to review the library cards from the very first VEKN print-and-play set… 2,779 more words


Danse Macabre Library Review, Part I

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Blogs and podcasts for other games feature a lot of card reviews and evaluations.  As each set comes out, the blogs and forums become abuzz with people debating the merits and flaws of the new cards.  2,957 more words


The Solstice that wasn't

Sadly after an extremely busy start to the weekend with Bloodstone, I was totally out of it for most of Sunday and Monday suffering with a migraine. 114 more words

Life As A Witch


Yesterday was Litha. The Solstice. Midsummer.

This was my second sabbat since my deliberate move towards paganism (rather than the slow drifting I was doing before). 445 more words


Welcome to the Well-Prepared Witch

Blessed Summer Solstice (or Winter if you’re in the southern hemisphere)!  I’m Wellie, the Well-Prepared Witch.  I’ve been around in a few places before, and am a regular on the  290 more words