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Pendragon: The Eight Wiccan Sabbats - Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Imbolg, Ostara ('Easter'), Beltane, Beltaine, Litha, Lughnassadh, Lammas, and Mabon


Winter Solstice Releasing Ceremony? Make your kit with these instructions.


Near the winter equinox at Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. This shot is a rarity, since it can only been taken around the winter equinox, for about 7 - 10 days during the year.

Debunking Common Myths About Solar Energy Belobog - Belobog, which, translated into English, means White god, was said to fight his evil brother Chernobog (Black God) twice a year for control of that year, with Belobog gaining control of the waxing half of the year and Chernobog control of the waning half. After the winter equinox day becomes longer Belobog wins, and after the summer equinox it shortens Chernobog wins. Each equinox has a celebration associated with it: the winter equ...


Winter Prayer - 5" x 7" print by Danielle Barlow

'Winter Prayer' ~ Bless this land of my soul, Now sleeping, Make Whole, Bring The Light I Hold Dear, And Wake a New Year


The Celtic celebration of the winter solstice was called the Alban Arthuan, one of four celebrations that marked the solstice and equinox positions of the sun. Alban Arthuan was a festival of peace and a celebration of waxing solar light. Many honored the forthcoming Sun child by burning an oaken Yule log, and honored the Goddess in her many Mother aspects. The Father God was honored in various forms: as Santa Claus, the Old Sky God, Father Time, and the Holly King.