As you'll be aware we've been battling some technical glitches over the last few months but everything seems to be back up and running smoothly now.
A new guided meditation "Escaping Anxiety", will be added to out Full Members Area in the next couple of days, and there are plans afoot for our new online radio station. If anyone would like to contribute material or discussion points for this, please get in touch.
I went to the Tree Circle where I had last met with the Kith of the Earthen Star for the Blue Moon Ritual as I really felt the need to mark the passing into a new season very strongly.
I did the normal steps of clearing the space, cleansing , cast a circle, called the quarters, etc. I gave thanks for past wishes granted and for the bounty of harvest which seemed appropriate for this time of year. In particular I thought of Autumnus and Pan and acknowledged those who's names were yet…Continue
You'll have all seen that the front page of the site holds info about the magical calendar. Now since this site started life (way back in 2009) we've always displayed the more modern names for the moons and festivals. However, those of you who are full members will know that when we send out newsletter, we always go for the older traditional names.
My question is this: Is it time to ditch the modern and go back to our roots?
I thought I better put up a little blog post to let you all know I'm still alive! Things have been chaos over the last few months, mostly in a good way, occasionally in more challenging ways.
Rest assured updates are coming over the next week or so, lol.
The site seems to have come alive over the past few months, and this is purely down to you, our awesome members, sharing stories and experiences with each other.
Next New Moon
Next Full Moon
14th November - Dark Moon
Next Festival - 21st December
The Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. After the longest night, the hours of daylight slowly begin to increase, Yule celebrations traditionally go on until dawn, to watch the sunrise and celebrate the returning of the light. Pagans often treat this as an opportunity to remember that even in the depths of Winter, eventually the Spring will return.