A New Focus on Love

So many of our daily tasks are centred on love, yet we really don’t talk or think about it much. Our sensitive emotions are sparked when we cared about others or if we see wonderful things that fill us with joy. We look at the night sky, vast oceans, birds…

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Spiritual Renewal in 2021

The experiences of 2020 have given us time to think and contemplate. Abrupt disturbances to the flow of daily life always bring change. When the world’s problems reach our home towns, lessons are learned in fast drastic ways. We have the capacity to adjust like our ancestors did so many…

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Samhain Celtic Harvest Festival, Halloween

Halloween originated from the Celtic celebration of Samhain. Samhain (pronounced sah-win) was Christianised by the early church in order convert the populous of many Gaelic villages. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scottland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, the Isle of Man and those following the ancient traditions of Gaul. The…

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Recovery Through Revolution

In difficult years the heart and mind find it hard to cope and retreating seems the right thing to do. The sudden rise of the pandemic and government restrictions provided rest to a worn out populous. Working from home or not working at all settled in. Children studying in their…

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The Virus and You

A storm in raging; the rain filled skies move branches in alternate directions as the cleansing begins. The air is full of sound as wind chimes make desperate sounds in the fierce wind. Mother Earth is doing everything she can to maintain balance as millions of lives are altered forever.

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Elysium; Ancient Thoughts on Death and the Afterlife  

The afterlife wasn’t a pleasant place for people in ancient civilisations. Work and toil most of your life to have no inspiring place to rest after death. No wonder life was short. Even the very wealthy couldn’t buy themselves a softer place in the afterlife, though frequent offerings made them…

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Mabon: Autumn Harvest Festival  

The Autumn Equinox, known as Mabon in Celtic lands, celebrates the second harvest, sacred mysteries, balance and the season’s changes of colour. Mabon is celebrated on the 22nd of March in the southern hemisphere. As the days get shorter we are invited into the deep mysteries of the season, while…

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The Divine Equality of Modern Feminism

( For – International Women’s Day) All are equal in the eyes of the Goddess or God. No divine presence has ever lessened the status of women. The ancient written word is subject to the culture of patriarchal societies that could not or did not want to let women fully…

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Symbols and Origins

The origins of symbols often have very long histories, some we know, and others remain cryptic. Modern brand names have borrowed from ancient history, anything that seems empowering or mysterious wins. Symbols are a part of our daily lives, but do we know the deeper meanings? Flowers are symbols for…

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WHAT EXACTLY IS A WIZARD?

A warlock may be the male version of a witch, and a sorceress may be the female equivalent of a wizard, but the later has the greater empowerment and positivity! Yes it is true, the wizard gets the esteem and glory, yet the four have similar job descriptions. Think we…

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