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YouTube Pagan Challenge - Week 4

Yes, I understand, I haven’t done an altar video, I’m not entirely sure if I will or not. Who knows! But in this video, I chat about how I celebrate holidays as a pagan/polytheist :)


Spring Equinox Around The World

While Pagans are celebrating Ostara, and Christians are observing Easter, it’s important to remember that the dawning of spring has been observed for a long time in many other cultures as well. 740 more words

Morning Thoughts

Blessed Imbolc!

This post is a day late because I was unable to get online yesterday, but I just wanted to pop in and say I hope you all had a blessed Imbolc! 147 more words


February 2nd: Imbolc (Candlemas)

“Pagan Goddess Brigid” by Alter-Eye

Excellent article by David Salisbury

Brigid, meaning “exalted one”, is the daughter of the Dagda and a true survivor goddess. Throughout the many twists and turns of religion in the British Isles, Brigid has managed to stay within the heads and minds of the people. 770 more words


Imbolc 2016 Rite

Imbolc 2016 Rite

Supplies: loaf of hearty bread, milk, yellow or red candle, large candle (color of your choosing), smudging stick  Optional: hammer, anvil, or athame for Brighid (patron goddess poets, healers, smiths), cauldrons to represent the womb, plants to invite the goddesses, elementals, and Spring, blessing oil or water to bless any items you need, red and white cloth (Imbolc colors) 949 more words


Celebrating Imbolc

Imbolc has always been important to me.

On my first Imbolc (ignorant of the day) I met my first mentor.  For months I’d had a tugging within me.  780 more words


Merry Imbolc!

Hello and Blessed be! Merry Imbolc! Happy Imbolc! Whichever way you prefer to say it.

Today marks the blessed fire festival of Brigid, the Goddess of Fire and Creativity. 240 more words