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Honour the Goddess Pomona on Apple Day Oct 21 2018

October 21 is National Apple Day in England. In the Pagan world of Ancient Rome the festival of Pomona, Goddess of the Apple Orchards, was also about this time of year. In the Moon Books community...

What is Remembered, Lives: Practices of Devotion Oct 20 2018

de·vo·tion /dəˈvōSH(ə)n 1. love, loyalty, or enthusiasm for a person, activity, or cause. 2. religious worship or observance. If what is remembered, lives, then remember I must. At this...

Does Mrs Whatsit Need Wrinkle Cream? On Beauty and the Goddess Oct 19 2018

Recently, a mythologist friend of mine shared a video by Venezuelan-American television personality Jason Silva. Silva describes himself as a “wonder junkie” and “performance philosopher”, and...

The Ancient One, Her Sacred Place and Our Return to Darkness. Oct 17 2018

I intended to write this blog piece about my recent visit to Eire but as October is here, and already the gentle summer breezes (or sweltering heat) are memories caught in glimpses of sunshine t...

Pumpkin, Turnip and Corn Magic Oct 17 2018

Pumpkin, Turnip and Corn Magic A familiar sight during the month of October…the carved pumpkin heralds autumn and the festival of Samhain along with Halloween and trick or treating. Originat...

Green on White Oct 10 2018

Even in a land defined by winter, October 10 is early for serious snow. Leaves were just beginning to turn seriously yellow and red, patches of earth blanketing in the fallen. Now, Fall is sharing its...

Magical Food: Samhain and vampire's blood... Oct 10 2018

Samhain – 31st October/1st November This has got to be I would think, quite possibly the most celebrated pagan holiday?  I love this time of the year, autumn is my favourite with the crisp f...