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

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

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Simple determination of East Asia lunisolar New Year

by tonytran2015 (Melbourne, Australia).

#East Asia New Year, #lunar New Year, #lunar leap year, #lunar leap month, #lunisolar calendar, #Vietnamese New Year.

When traveling to or working with East Asia countries Westerners are sometimes puzzled by their Calendar and long New Year festivals which vary from year to year on the Western Calendar. 1,084 more words

HOW TO?

I know Brussels is desperately trying to lure back the lost tourists but it seems wrong that they still have the Xmas lights up

I know Brussels is desperately trying to lure back the lost tourists but it seems wrong that they still have the Xmas lights up. I am old-fashioned and believe strongly that after Twelfth Night the lights should come down. 259 more words

On ritual, responsibility, and consecration

It’s been quiet around these parts for a good while, but it’s not for a lack of activity in my real life. Rather the opposite: I’ve been buried under a pile of responsibilities and activities both secular and religious, and writing that has no clear deadline or penalty (read: this blog) has gotten put to the wayside. 1,256 more words

The Ghosts of Solstice Past - 2016

During my years of study with John Milton, Sacred Passage and The Way of Nature, there was a particular emphasis placed on the power – dare I say, consciousness – of stones. 1,418 more words

Photography & Art

A Day to Remember at the Stunning Temple of Stonehenge

“Stanenges, where stones of wonderful size have been erected after the manner of doorways…no one can conceive how such great stones have been so raise aloft, or why they were built there.” ~ Henry Huntingdon (History of the English People c.

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