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Imbolc

This festival is celebrated between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. As our ancestors winter food stores began to diminish. Rituals were performed to draw in the divine energies. This was to ensure that future crops would be plentiful and strong leading to a good harvest. The celebrations would often incorporate fires which would […]

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The Fox

People often have mixed opinions about foxes especially when they move into more suburban areas. However we should always consider how adaptable they are and what they have to teach us. Foxes are known for their agility, cunning, adaptability and sharp senses. In many stories they are depicted as the sly villain who will take […]

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The Shortest Day (Welcome Yule)

So the Shortest Day came and the year died Everywhere down the centuries of the snow-white world Came people singing, dancing, To drive the dark away. They lighted candles in the winter tress; They hung their homes with evergreen; They burned beseeching fires all night long To keep the year alive. And when the New […]

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Meditation and the Wiccan Elements

Mediation is a key principle of Wiccan practice as it allows you to align yourself with the natural elements around you. It helps you to centre yourself, allowing your mind to clear and connect with spirit who will help to support and guide you on your path. Mediation is a skill that needs time and […]

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The Butterfly

These beautiful delicate creatures for some cultures symbolise resurrection and transformation. Many people also see the butterfly as a sign that spirit is present, especially the spirits of loved ones who have passed over. When we consider the immense changes she goes through in her short life she is truly amazing. The Butterfly has four […]

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Runes

The original word used was Runa meaning ‘a whisper.’ The runes come from the Germanic alphabet and were used as part of their writing system. They later began to be used by shamans who developed their use in regards to divination. There are 24 symbols in total, and each one has a particular meaning. They […]

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Lammas Celebration

Thank you to everyone that attended the Lammas Celebration workshop! It’s lovely the way you are embracing the Sabbats and the traditions that go with them xx The Lammas bread was divine! And so was the day. Looking forward to The Autumn Equinox. Merry meet, and merry part, and merry meet again. Brightest of Blessings […]

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Meditation and the Wiccan Elements

Mediation is a key principle of Wiccan practice as it allows you to align yourself with the natural elements around you. It helps you to centre yourself, allowing your mind to clear and connect with spirit who will help to support and guide you on your path. Mediation is a skill that needs time and […]

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The Crow

Is the Crow a symbol of warning and death? Or is it a sign of Change? They have appeared in early folklore as the carriers of messages, and at times they have been associated with death. This may be because, in ancient times, they would be seen on battle fields feeding on the dead. It […]

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Blue Mooon

In recent decades, many people have begun using the name Blue Moon to describe the second full moon of a calendar month. Hence the saying “once in a Blue Moon “ There was a full moon on July 2, 2015. There’s another full moon on July 31. So the July 31 full moon will be […]

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