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Ostara, Easter, Beltane, Overwhelm By Jackson October

Ostara, Easter, Beltane, Overwhelm By Jackson October

If I was on my own, I’d probably just enjoy the quiet day off a national holiday offers. However, holidays are important to my spouse, and I want my kid to grow up enjoying them if possible, so I continue to think about it.

Earth-based faith without the Earth? By Datura Mandragora

I watched Alien Planet today. If you’ve never seen it, it’s a study in the hypothetical. A bunch of scientists, physicists, biologists, et, all, come together and discuss what different types of life could be like on a planet that may or may not exist. […]

Spring Equinox Blessings By Datura Mandragora

In the Northern Hemisphere, 2017’s Spring Equinox was on March 20th. The promise of spring is in the air, and hope is renewed. Though I tend to gravitate toward the harvest Sabbats, there’s something to be said for this time of year. Where I live […]

Ostara and the Bunny by Taffy Dugan

During the long winter months, Ostara, the maiden goddess of spring sleeps deep in the Earth.  She awaits the song of spring.  Sometimes, she likes to sleep-in.  Sometimes, she covers her head with her warm blankets and snuggles deeper in her cozy bed. Like many […]

In The Beginning: The Journey of The Feminine Fool by soulfirewoman

Know thyself. The Maiden within. The Fool on her rebel’s journey. A being of fire and flame. Of newly ignited passions. The Mistress of ideas. Know her and she will serve you well. And she has her own story. A story that we all should […]