The Goddess and the Green Man | Festivals And Sabbats | Luna Moon Hare At The Winter Solstice
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By Wendy Andrew.Loving the Yule Dawn. The warmth of love in the cool of winter. A beautiful achievement .

By Wendy Andrew.Loving the Yule Dawn. The warmth of love in the cool of winter. A beautiful achievement .

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Celtic Mistletoe Lore: Five days after the first new moon following the winter solstice, Druid priests cut mistletoe with a golden sickle from a special oak tree and had to catch the mistletoe before it hit ground. The plant was distributed among the people to hang over their doors for protection against evil in the coming year.

Celtic Mistletoe Lore: Five days after the first new moon following the winter solstice, Druid priests cut mistletoe with a golden sickle from a special oak tree and had to catch the mistletoe before it hit ground. The plant was distributed among the people to hang over their doors for protection against evil in the coming year.

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Winter Solstice is December 21st each year and is one of the oldest  celebrated holidays. It marks the first official day of winter and is the  shortest day of the year. It's also a period of time when the sun sets and  rises in the same part of the sky. In it's simplest form, it's a great day  to gather with your friends and family, enjoy each others company and  celebrate starting a new winter together! Decorate with a pine tree (or  Christmas Tree!), pine cones, winter berries, rosemar...

Winter Solstice is December 21st each year and is one of the oldest celebrated holidays. It marks the first official day of winter and is the shortest day of the year. It's also a period of time when the sun sets and rises in the same part of the sky. In it's simplest form, it's a great day to gather with your friends and family, enjoy each others company and celebrate starting a new winter together! Decorate with a pine tree (or Christmas Tree!), pine cones, winter berries, rosemar...

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"November" by Clyde Watson ...... "November Comes and November Goes ...."                                                                                                                                                                                 More
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"And on the sacred night when the sun is reborn, look for Mother Christmas waiting silently as a deer in the temple of nature, carrying a bird in her horns."

"And on the sacred night when the sun is reborn, look for Mother Christmas waiting silently as a deer in the temple of nature, carrying a bird in her horns."

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In the old nature religion (in which the divine was often perceived as feminine) it was the female horned reindeer who reigned supreme as the great goddess of the winter solstice. It was when we "C...

In the old nature religion (in which the divine was often perceived as feminine) it was the female horned reindeer who reigned supreme as the great goddess of the winter solstice. It was when we "C...

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Link to the full poem > http://bittergrace.wordpress.com/2007/08/04/70-favorite-poems-4-shapechangers-in-winter-by-margaret-atwood/

Link to the full poem > http://bittergrace.wordpress.com/2007/08/04/70-favorite-poems-4-shapechangers-in-winter-by-margaret-atwood/

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