Monthly Archives: December 2016

Poem: After the Solstice

The night lies heavy now, a starless quilt that holds the gloom close. Candles in windows call the errant soul home and light the way. Know, too, that the geese are still flying south, writing their great letter in the … Continue reading

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Light in darkness: Ritual ideas for the Feast of Rebirth

The snow drifts down, light and powdery with the breath of the cold. Dawn tarries and night hurries in. Now is the time of Meán Geimhridh, what the Henge of Keltria terms the Feast of Rebirth. Traditionally, we honor the Dagda … Continue reading

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