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Druids respect nature.

Druids respect nature. It is part of them.

It is  something that has been lost in the centuries since they walked the earth.

The Druids of old were connected to the world, their world, in a way that people today don’t understand. 252 more words

Random Thoughts

Thousands celebrate Incan winter solstice in Cusco

Inti Raymi is a centuries-old Incan celebration of the Winter Solstice. Today, thousands participate in the festival every year in Cusco, Peru. Peruvians and tourists from around the world travel to Cusco to witness the spectactular colors, dancing and music of the week-long celebration. 349 more words


Winter solstice in South Africa: Safari, lions and braai.

Though I may have missed the summer solstice this year in England, its winter counterpart in South Africa did not disappoint, paving a good end to the first part of my travels, before my volunteering period starts. 582 more words


From Winter Solstice To Spring

In honour of the Winter Solstice and the sun’s return to Sydney I’ve pulled a favourite spring look from the LLF archives… 

 June 22nd marked the Winter Solstice in Australia. 155 more words


Celebrating Midwinter

We wait in the dark for the light to appear,
Mother, give birth to our brother the Sun.
We wait in the dark for the light to appear, … 1,172 more words

Around The Cauldron

Footprints, Pawprints and Spirits in the Sand: Winter Solstace At The Beach.

I AM FOREVER walking upon these shores,
Betwixt the sand and the foam,
The high tide will erase my foot-prints,
And the wind will blow away the foam.
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