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- Celebrating Litha – Summer SolsticeA roaring bonfire with flames high into the air and burning late into the night and early morning is a great way to celebrate the Goddess and the Oak King – the Green Man. We light ritual and symbolic fires, acknowledging that this is the longest day in the turn of the Wheel, and to feel the warmth of the flames that will warm us in the coming months.
- Solar Eclipse – June 2021If, like me, you watched the Solar Eclipse – June 2021 – you probably found it as amazing as I did. Watching the Moon slowly creep in front of the Sun and being awed at how ever changing and vast the Universe we live in really is.In Northumberland, this particular Solar Eclipse – June 2021 saw the Moon covering 28% of the Sun, which may not seem like much, however it was still really something to watch.
- Ostara Ramblings 2021Ostara falls on Saturday 20th March in 2021 and brings to the forefront of our minds the coming of the sun. Ostara is one …
- ImbolcImbolc is a joyous and much celebrated date on the Pagan Wheel of the Year. Celebrated across the 1st and 2nd February; primarily for …
- Interview with Pagans of the North MagazineOver the course of the last year, I have become much more acquainted with other local (and many none local) Pagans who I have …
- Full Hunter’s Moon: Samhain 2020I had hoped to bring this post, Full Hunter’s Moon: Samhain 2020, to you on Samhain this year, however due to one thing and …
- Samhain Celebrations and TraditionsThe Wheel of the Year Stops again … Samhain Celebrations and Traditions Samhain falls on 31st October every year and marks one of the …
- Harvest Moon 2020This year the Harvest Moon, the full moon closest to Mabon, comes to us on 1st October 2020. The Harvest Moon is at its’ …