Thor ~ God of Thunder

  By far the most popular god of Norse Mythology is Thor, the thunder god. But what does one envision when his name is mentioned? For most people it is the image of a tall, powerfully-built blond with a hammer in his hand and wearing a Marvel-ous super hero costume. Of course this hints at […]

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Yule

Yule also known as the Winter Solstice is the time when the Goddess gives birth to the Sun/Son. The God is born again and will bring with him the light. This is the shortest day of the year but from now on the days will start to get lighter and longer. It is a time […]

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Samhain

Samhain or more commonly known as Halloween is the start of the Celtic new year. It is the time when the veil is thin and the spirit world is close in contact with us. It is a time to remember and honor those who have passed and to celebrate the ending of summer,  considered the […]

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Mabon

Mabon or the Autumn Equinox is a time of balance. Just like Ostara, night and day are equal and after this day the days will grow shorter. Darkness will take over and it will be a time to look within. Letting go of anything that no longer serves us, readying ourselves to grow new ideas, […]

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Litha

Litha is the first day of Summer, the Summer Solstice or Midsummer and is celebrated around the 21st June. The sun is at its height and full power and is the longest day of the year. The Goddess swells with pregnancy and it is a time of joy and celebrations of fulfillment and achievements. The […]

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Beltane

Beltane also known as May Day is the time to honour all life. It is the time of full abundance, the Earth so full of fertility ready to burst with energy. It is the time where the young Maiden Goddess is at her fullness and ready for love. The Green Man, the horned one falls […]

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