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New Moon in Cancer, June 20 & 21, 2020: Allegiance & Honor

New Moon in Cancer, June 20 & 21, 2020: Allegiance & Honor

June 18, 2020 0 Comments

Events are about to take place in your life that brings you to a moment of decisions. You may feel as if you're torn between your head and your heart. Acknowledge your feelings. Stand in your truth. Ask yourself who or what are you pledging allegiance to, and is it best for you in the long run? Who is your family? What or where feels like home? What emotional needs do you have? Are you showing up for them? Take a bath. Focus more so on how you can take steps now, emotionally, or physically to better align with where you want your life to be in six months. Patience will be rewarded. I promise you if you listen to your heart and take the leap of faith, you will be rewarded come the New Year. Stand strong...

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Yule: Rebirth & Reflection

Yule: Rebirth & Reflection

December 18, 2018 0 Comments

Yule or Yuletide, aka Winter Solstice, in the Northern Hemisphere marks the longest night and shortest day of the year and is one of the oldest celebrations in the world. Like all the Neopagan holidays the date varies between December 20 to December 23 depending on the year with the Gregorian calendar. Though with modern technology we can more closely track the exact moment when the Earth pole is at its maximum tilt away from the Sun. This year the winter solstice is exact on Friday, December 21 at 2:22 p.m. PT or 5:22 ET as the Sun moves into the tropical zodiac sign of Capricorn. As a turning point of light and reflection and of all the cyclical, seasonal holidays, the winter solstice is perhaps the most Christianized from its Earthly Pagan roots and Roman traditions.

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Summer Solstice & Litha: Midsummer Magic & Merriment

Summer Solstice & Litha: Midsummer Magic & Merriment

June 20, 2018 0 Comments

Known as Summer Solstice to most, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere has several names including Litha and Midsummer. It is a day of joy and merriment, as well as major witchiness. Litha comes from the old Anglo-Saxon name for June and July, given by an English monk named Bede. As the lustful and passionate energies of Beltane subside, they make way for the maturity and power of Litha. Spring was the phase of courtship and now summer has become the commitment to love as the...

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