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To My Fellow, Born Again, Sun Worshippers -- Sol Invictus, Indomitable.

by Anura Guruge

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Exactly 30-days away from the Spring Equinox. March 20, 2017 6:28am Eastern.

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Anura Guruge

Open the Gates of Change and Astrology Forecast February 19-25

By Leo Knighton Tallarico

We are now in Pisces time of year, as the Sun moved into Pisces early morning on the 18th of February. 1,207 more words

Weekly WorldView And Astrology Forecast

Fallowing and "Afters"

I google “fallow” and the first entry (from dictionary.com) reads:

  1. (of farmland) plowed and harrowed but left unsown for a period in order to restore its fertility as part of a crop rotation or to avoid surplus production…

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Druidry

About the Spring Equinox March 20,2017

The spring equinox opens the veil between the physical and the spiritual realms  so that the time of renewal , new light ,new beginnings . seeds and paths can be planted and  ushered in. 133 more words

WINTER RED BERRIES

WINTER’S RED BERRY MAGICK

Some are powerful to be used for tonics and teas yet others sit ignored by the roadside with no thought of what treasures they can cast down upon those disbelieving mortals… 282 more words

WITCHCRAFT

How to Make Bird Seed Cakes and Suet for Candlemas, Valentine's Day or Spring Equinox #SilverRavenWolf

How to Make Bird Seed Cakes and Suet – Candlemas, Valentine’s Day, or Spring Equinox Celebrations #silverravenwolf

Silver RavenWolf
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January, February, and March in the northern climes can be difficult months for wildlife, depending upon weather conditions and available food source.  2,022 more words

Wicca

Visiting Stonehenge this year for the Equinox or Solstice Celebrations? #ManagedOpenAccess

Respecting the Stones
The conditions of entry for the Managed Open Access events at the Solstices and Equinoxes contain the following statements:

Stonehenge is a world renowned historic Monument and part of a World Heritage Site.

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