Glorious October! Crisp mornings, sweater weather, falling leaves, autumnal breeze, mulled spiced hot apple cider. Just some of the things I love about autumn.
Why have I been tweeting #SeasonOfTheWitch nearly daily (nightly) this month is because I follow Hekate, … Read more
Slowly but surely, the year is waning. It will become more evident very soon as the days are getting shorter and shorter.. the autumn looms.
Lammas (Lughnasadh), the first harvest festival, is just a week away. It is also known … Read more
More information about the longest day: https://www.history.com/topics/natural-disasters-and-environment/history-of-summer-solstice … Read more
89. I love this one!! Slowly moving, keeps you transfixed to the image, willing you… compelling you to do… Share your experience with me, leave a comment below and Happy May Day/Beltane!
The Moody View
IMBOLC (ST. BRIGID’S DAY)
Imbolc is an ancient Irish Fire Festival traditionally celebrated on February 1st and heralds in the beginning of spring. For several hundred years this day has been the feast day of Saint Brigid … Read more
Many who know me well, know that I am pagan and that I do not celebrate
traditional commercial holidays.
I need no special day to tell those most closest to me that I love them. I tell them every day.… Read more
This year, the northern summer solstice falls on June 21 at 11:54 a.m. ET. South of the Equator, this same moment marks the unofficial beginning of winter. Solstices occur at the same time around the world, but their local times … Read more