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On our blog... "Fortune and blessing gather where there is stillness." —Chuang-Tzu Winter is the season of going inward, reflection and deep rest. This is the time to conserve energy, restore our essence, and gat...

On our blog... "Fortune and blessing gather where there is stillness." —Chuang-Tzu Winter is the season of going inward, reflection and deep rest. This is the time to conserve energy, restore our essence, and gat...

On our blog... Alcyone was the daughter of Aeolus, the god of winds. She was so happy in her marriage with Ceyx, son of the Morning Star, that they called themselves Zeus and Hera (surely not the couple that come...

On our blog... Alcyone was the daughter of Aeolus, the god of winds. She was so happy in her marriage with Ceyx, son of the Morning Star, that they called themselves Zeus and Hera (surely not the couple that come...

On our blog... In the Chinese lunar calendar, the ninth day of the ninth lunar month (October 21 this year) is called Climbing the Heights. People celebrate by picnicking outside on hillsides, drinking chrysanthe...

Climbing the Heights — Double Ninth Festival

On our blog... In the Chinese lunar calendar, the ninth day of the ninth lunar month (October 21 this year) is called Climbing the Heights. People celebrate by picnicking outside on hillsides, drinking chrysanthe...

On our blog... We’re excited to welcome Kevin Horan to our family of contributors for our 2017 line of calendars. Kevin’s goat portraits have been winning the hearts of many and have been featured in …

Artist Spotlight — Kevin Horan: Goats as Philosophers

On our blog... We’re excited to welcome Kevin Horan to our family of contributors for our 2017 line of calendars. Kevin’s goat portraits have been winning the hearts of many and have been featured in …

Many years ago I read in the Oxford Companion to the Year that December 21 was when the Romans celebrated Angerona, the goddess who advocates for silence with her finger to her lips. The connection between the shortest day of the year and silence intrigued me and led me to develop my favorite Solstice ritual.

Celebrating Winter Solstice — Renewal In Silence, Gathering With Friends

Many years ago I read in the Oxford Companion to the Year that December 21 was when the Romans celebrated Angerona, the goddess who advocates for silence with her finger to her lips. The connection between the shortest day of the year and silence intrigued me and led me to develop my favorite Solstice ritual.

On our blog... I love the Feast of the Transfiguration, and if you have been following my holiday blog for a while, you probably realize it’s because I love these obscure festivals that are not well known.  (Image by Michael J. Green)

Feast of the Transfiguration

On our blog... I love the Feast of the Transfiguration, and if you have been following my holiday blog for a while, you probably realize it’s because I love these obscure festivals that are not well known. (Image by Michael J. Green)

On our blog... Why include a saint in a book largely intended for Pagan readers? To put it plainly, it’s because the saint and the goddess are one and the same. She never left. No other Western goddess has an unbroken history of worship.

The Flame Endures: Brigid the Saint

On our blog... Why include a saint in a book largely intended for Pagan readers? To put it plainly, it’s because the saint and the goddess are one and the same. She never left. No other Western goddess has an unbroken history of worship.

On our blog... One of the many new years in the year, the Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year occurs on the second new moon following the winter solstice (February 8 in 2016). There are many traditions and variati...

Chinese New Year: The Lunar New Year

On our blog... One of the many new years in the year, the Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year occurs on the second new moon following the winter solstice (February 8 in 2016). There are many traditions and variati...

On our blog... In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge "Treat," we're thrilled to share more from Rob about his fascination with seeds and his process in capturing these stunning images – treats an...

Artist Spotlight — Rob Kesseler: Microscopic Photography

On our blog... In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge "Treat," we're thrilled to share more from Rob about his fascination with seeds and his process in capturing these stunning images – treats an...

On our blog... Many years ago I read in the Oxford Companion to the Year that December 21 was when the Romans celebrated Angerona, the goddess who advocates for silence with her finger to her lips.

On our blog... Many years ago I read in the Oxford Companion to the Year that December 21 was when the Romans celebrated Angerona, the goddess who advocates for silence with her finger to her lips.

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