Yule 2014

YULE 2014 Yule also known as winter solstice is the shortest day of the year and the longest night, when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. A time to celebrate the rebirth of the sun and and when the Oak...
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Word Goddess Day 7th September 2014

World Goddess Day 7th September 2014     The World Goddess Day Project is an initiative by Claudiney Prieto, the Brazilian author of the bestselling “Wicca- Goddess Religion.” Claudiney Prieto,has written a number of popular books on Wicca and Witchcraft and is a priest of...
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Lughnasadh Greetings

Lughnasadh Greetings   The Anglo-Saxon word half-mas, “loaf-mass” hints at the origin and purpose of this a  festival of the wheat harvest – the first harvest festival of the year. In Christian Tradition it was customary to bring to church a loaf made from the new crop, which began to...
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Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice   The longest day of the year – in many ways a turning point of the year. The Oak King who was born at the Winter Solstice has reached maturity and the light of of the year is passing. The Holly King enters...
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Healing Light Festival 10th – 11th May

Healing Light Festival 10th – 11th May Hi Folks – just a quick reminder that we’ll be at The Healing Light Festival this weekend. Cathy and Richard put a lot of work into gathering together a wide range of therapists, readers and ‘New Age’ stalls...
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Of Black Moons and Fools

Of Black Moons and Fools So March the 30th was notable for two events relevant to “The School”…. the first was the start of our Celtic Shamanism course, This extended immersion into the Bardic works of the Celts and the re-creation of a ‘shamanic tradition’...
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Pagan Federation Conference Devon and Cornwall

Pagan Federation Conference Devon, Cornwall and Channels Isles Penstowe Manor, Kilkhampton, Bude, 8th March 2014 It was a lovely drive to North Cornwall on Saturday to attend the Pagan Federation Cornwall Devon and Channel Isle Conference and the warmth of the welcome inside the venue matched the warmth...
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Valentines Day 14th February

Valentines Day So did you get the cards, flowers or secret love trysts you wanted today or are you thinking that the whole thing is just a cynical attempt to extort money and besides you don’t need to be told that you need to tell...
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Imbolc Greetings

Wishing You All A Bright and Sparkling Imbolc Imbolc (Candlemass, Imblog, Imbole) – February 2nd Pronounced: EE-Molc Incense: Rosemary, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cinnamon Decorations: Corn Dolly, Besom, Spring Flowers Colours: White, Orange, Red This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brigid’s (pronounced BREED) Day. One of the 4 Celtic...
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