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Spring Equinox Ritual

The Spring Equinox And How To Make The Most Of It

The Spring Equinox Ritual And How To Make The Most Of It. Using its timely presence to gather what is needed in life to continue on through the summer. Spring Equinox And How To Make The Most Of It The Spring Equinox. Using its timely presence to gather what is needed … Read more

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Spring Equinox Meaning

Spring Equinox Meaning

Spring Equinox meaning Wiccan traditions it is also known as Ostara on the wheel of the year. Ostara comes from the word Eostre, Goddess of Spring. Alban Eilir  21/22nd March – Northern Hemisphere. 22nd September – Southern Hemisphere. Spring Equinox Definition Whilst the Goddess of Spring stirs at Imbolc – she … Read more

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The Four Elements

Four elements and directions

A Druids Perspective,  The following is a list of just some of the correspondences and spiritual meanings for the basic four directions –  seasons – elements. Natures four elements: The following is a list is the spiritual meanings of the basic four directions – seasons – elements. by druid priestess Jyoti … Read more

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Lughnasadh Meaning

Lughnasadh Meaning

Lughnasadh meaning first of the three autumn celebrations it’s traditions and meanings and is complete with ceremony and ritual. (Pronounces ‘loo-nus-uh’) The Sun god weds the Earth goddess to cause the ripening and fertility of the crops. Lughnasadh Meaning Six weeks later we come to the time of Lughnasadh (also known … Read more

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