I keep seeing or hearing people discuss how they feel Samhain and/or Halloween should be celebrated. Some say it’s too scary; others that it isn’t scary enough. Some call for more reverence for the ancestors; others feel the holiday has become too somber in Pagan culture. Those later folk embrace the carnival nature that secularContinue reading “Samhain Harmony”
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“The Celts” – A Review
A grovie recently brought a documentary on Hulu to my attention. It’s called “The Celts” and you’re able to watch it free online! With six fifty minute episodes, I decided to give it a go while marathon nursing my little one (growth spurt, I guess?). Narrated by John Morgan, it spans Celtic history from thatContinue reading ““The Celts” – A Review”
Celtic Rituals – A Book Review
Last night, while attempting to do my Nine Moons Retreat, I took some time to focus on my studies and finished a book I’ve been reading in bits and pieces for months – Celtic Rituals An Authentic Guide to Ancient Celtic Spirituality by Alexei Kondratiev. While I’m always wary of anything claiming authenticity, Kondratiev hasContinue reading “Celtic Rituals – A Book Review”
New Years Scrooges?
I’ve seen a lot of people making pessimistic remarks about the New Year. I’m not referring to such comments as, “2010 sucked. Glad it’s over!” Some people have genuinely unfortunate years. While it’s true that most people don’t even know who Janus is and why it’s significant that the first month of the year isContinue reading “New Years Scrooges?”