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Why Heidelberg?

This question is certainly easier and has a better answer after having lived there. Before, my answer would have been something along the lines of–it’s beautiful and there’s a castle. 890 more words

Germany

Immigrant Ludwig Fritz Kirsch, a descendant of silver miners and a tailor's son.

Immigrant Ludwig Fritz Kirsch, Northern Germany – Ever since I began my genealogy I mistakenly thought my ancestor Louis Kirsch would be that obscure ancestor that I would try to find down the road when I was stuck in a different research line.  1,867 more words

Week Three - DPWotY

Ok, the last post for this week I promise!

So this week’s lesson is all about preparing for your first High Day, which as we established in the last post will be Beltane or  Walpurgisnacht. 927 more words

#DPWotY

The Wicker Man (1973)

Another holiday I celebrate is Walpurgisnacht. This is a traditional spring festival that falls on April 30 and the first of May – exactly six months after Halloween – and it marks the cross-quarter point between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice here in the northern hemisphere. 2,396 more words

Paganism

Primal, Tribal

When it’s too hot to do anything but fuel up.The current Spring season has been whirling me around.

I am so dizzy, but a good dizzy, 114 more words

Asatru

Walpurgis/ Thrimilci 22 April - 1 May

The festival of Walpurgis between the 22nd of April till the nigth of 1st of May, are the nights of both merrymaking and joy but also darkness and insight. 190 more words

Pagan Celebrations

African Seduction: Benna tribe (1)...

Quest “African Seduction…”,
part 9 “Tribal Beauty (9)”…
Ispired by Walpurgisnacht of Schandmaul:
“Der Mond scheint voll und klar,
taucht die Welt in bleiches Licht, 22 more words

Photography