World Goddess Day 2016 | world goddess day

World Goddess Day 2016     THE WORLD GODDESS DAY PROJECT emerged in 2014 to unite the Mother Goddess’ worshipers world wide through their many expressions and manifestations and held more then 50 events around the World. In 2015, the held more than 80 events....
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Earth Day 2016

Earth Day 2016   22nd April is Earth Day … This celebration of the Earth started almost fifty years ago in America, and despite the fact that more than 1 billion people in 200 countries celebrate this day, one has to ask just how much...
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World Goddess Day – Update

World Goddess Day – Update THE WORLD GODDESS DAY PROJECT emerged in 2014 to unite the Mother Goddess’ worshipers world wide through their many expressions and manifestations and held more then 50 events around the World. In 2015, the celebration of the World Goddess Day...
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Lammas – Lughnasadh

Lammas – Lughnasadh August 1st The First Harvest is known as Lughnasadh is Irish Gaelic for “Commemoration of Lugh”. Some authors give the meaning as marriage, gathering or feast (in the name of) of Lugh. The meaning remains basically the same: Lugh is the Deity...
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Aeftera Litha

Aeftera Litha Here’s hoping that your Solstice Celebrations have been wonderful and that you are looking forward to a productive and exciting Summer. As many of you will know Litha is one of the names for the Summer Solstice. Litha is an Anglo Saxon word...
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It’s All In The Mind?

It’s All In The Mind? And yes the question mark is important …. We’re ‘on tour’ in 2015 – as you may have already seen we’re off to Yorkshire at the end of the month and we’re now announcing a series of evening theatrical events in...
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Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th Here’s a date to conjure with and one which seems to have so many superstitions tied to it. Generally considered to be a day of foreboding, Friday the 13th even has a phobia named after it. Paraskevidekatriaphobia – or sometimes – Friggatriskaidekaphobia...
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Wrens Day

Wrens Day To some today is Boxing Day, the day that church boxes were opened and monies distributed to the poor; that the gentry served their servants (in a Saturnalian-like, Lord of Misrule kind of role reversal) and that workers opened their ‘Christmas Box’ from...
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Mothers Night

Mothers Night Mōdraniht (Old English “Night of the Mothers” or “Mothers’-night”) was an event held on Christmas Eve by the Anglo-Saxon Pagans. The celebration was recorded by  the medieval English historian Bede in the 8th-century. Some have made the link  between the Anglo-Saxon Mōdraniht and...
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