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In ancient and classical times, many cultures celebrated a holiday honoring motherhood personified as a goddess.

Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate romance and love and kissy-face fealty. But the ancient Romans had bloodier, drunker and more naked notions to mark the occasion.

Learn about the Pagan and ancient Celtic holiday known as Imbolc. How do we celebrate Imbolc? What foods and crafts can we make for Imbolc?

Although many view the harvest season as a celebration of life, it's also a celebration of death. The bounty you gather from your garden provides nourishment for you, family and friends. But it's also the death of those plants and vegetables which have been harvested from that garden and the soil is dying. It's a time of thanks and also a time of balance. Thus Mabon, is a celebration of the cycle of life.

Beltane is the Perfect time for Hand Fasting .. Hand-fasting is an ancient ceremony that was initially meant to last One year and a Day when you would have to either make your full vows or part ways. It dates back to pre-Christian times ✯

Christmas can trace its celebratory origins to the ancient Celtic festival of Yule. Pagans have been celebrating the sun becoming strong again during midwinter,...

Autumn is the start of the season of gratitude...the cooler weather, the harvest, a true time of thanks! One way to celebrate your gratitude is to create a gratitude garland. String a ribbon up near a focal point in your home, and scatter pens, ribbon, and stamps on a table. Have everyone who visits create a tag (or a few) that states what each is thankful for, creating a beautiful garland of gratitude. Leave it hanging throughout the entire season!

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