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Ostara is associated with the Earth’s renewal and fertility after the long winter.
With Ostara, Kerri Connor crafts a fresh presence, presenting fun yet profound information. This is a great guide to celebrating Ostara.
Coming next in the Wheel of the Year after Yule, the return of the light, is Imbolc on February 2, the time of renewal and preparation.
Imbolc: Rituals, Recipe & Lore for Brigid’s Day is a small book packed with information for Imbolc and beyond.
The Pagan Ways Tarot is a wonderful and rich source of knowledge for the Pagan tarot reader.
Yule or the winter solstice -- December 21 or 22 in the northern hemisphere -- was celebrated as the point of survival through half the winter.
Yule: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Winter Solstice, by Susan Pesznecker Llewellyn Worldwide, 978-0-7387-4451-3, 227 pp. (incl. correspondences for Yule, further reading, bibliography, and...
At Samhain we invite our ancestors to the harvest table, cook their favourite dishes and eat in silence at a ritual known as a Dumb Supper.
There is something for everyone in the pages of Samhain: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Halloween.
In Everyday Witchcraft Blake has compiled many short and sweet acts to encourage taking a few minutes out of a busy day to tap into the world of magick.
The Great Work is intended as a map or guidebook to accompany us along life’s journey, to help us overcome the monsters that may be lurking around the bend.
In this book, Philippe Walter asks: how much of Christian mythology and celebration is a carry-over from a pre-Christian Pagan Europe?