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- Winter Solstice: Ancient Sites - Christina Aubin [Witchvox Sponsor]
Yule/Winter Solstice (between December 21st and 23rd) also known as: Nollaig; Yuletide, Alban Arthan; Juul; Jul; Jiuleis; Joulupukki; Children's Day; Dies Natalis Invicti Solis; Saturnalia; Mid-Winter; Brumalia; Sacaea; ... Posted: November 29th. 2003 Views: 12,984 - [ Full Article ]
- Sharing Traditions - Diana Rajchel [Witchvox Sponsor]
When time comes to celebrate Sabbats, I freeze. I can handle Esbats with an ease borne of the Muses; I can write spells and rituals for the odd needs of life with wit and fun and joy. But when the sun turns a spoke in the Wheel of ... Posted: December 12th. 1998 Views: 12,968 - [ Full Article ]
- Winter Solstice: The Gift Givers - Christina Aubin [Witchvox Sponsor]
Yule/Winter Solstice (between December 21st and 23rd) also known as: Nollaig; Yuletide, Alban Arthan; Juul; Jul; Jiuleis; Joulupukki; Children's Day; Dies Natalis Invicti Solis; Saturnalia; Mid-Winter; Brumalia; Sacaea; ... Posted: November 29th. 2003 Views: 12,871 - [ Full Article ]
- Solstice... Season of light and dark - Christina Aubin [Witchvox Sponsor]
Solstice is the time when the sun appears to stand still in His yearly migration across the heavens. Be it in the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere, the journey of the sun pause ... Posted: December 16th. 2001 Views: 9,712 - [ Full Article ]
- Fire Retardant for Yule Trees - Witchvox Central
Every year many dreams result in tragedy as a result of Yule trees catching on fire. Traditionally, we take a dead tree (usually a spruce or fir, which is highly flammable when dry) not properly prepared, set it in our homes and w ... Posted: December 14th. 2001 Views: 9,584 - [ Full Article ]
- A Yule Spell: Calling Back the Light - Red Leaves [Witchvox Sponsor]
I love the dark. Maybe I love the dark because I’m a Witch. Maybe I’m a Witch because I love the dark. I suspect that it is probably it’s a lot more complicated than either. Surrounded by the delicious darkness of lengthen ... Posted: December 10th. 2006 Views: 7,183 - [ Full Article ]
- Walking in a Wiccan Wonderland: How's a Witch to Survive the Crazy, All-Consuming Commercial Faith of Christmas? - Castiel
In my family, we do it all. Well, okay, not all. We don’t celebrate Kwanza. Or any Buddhist, Hindu, or Islamic winter holidays.But we do a lot. First off, I was raised a Christian—Episcopalian, i.e. Catholi ... Posted: December 9th. 2007 Views: 6,955 - [ Full Article ]
- Holiday Memories: Yule Peppers - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]
As a child, living in the Ozarks, you could never be sure when winter was going to cast her first blistering frost across the earth and the cold air would be filled with a sweet aroma rising from the wood-burning stove in my Great ... Posted: December 20th. 2004 Views: 6,313 - [ Full Article ]
- Magick in Winter - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]
Winter brings with it the secret emotions held in time by each of us. Even now, when standing beneath the twinkling stars, the crisp, clear night sky is like a blanket over me. It envelops me like a child in a mother’s love. The s ... Posted: December 17th. 2006 Views: 5,679 - [ Full Article ]
- The Gift: A Yule Story - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]
Living with my Great Grandmother was what I consider one of the greatest blessings of my life. She was beautiful in spirit and heart. Her wisdom was filled with understanding and an insight that allowed her to see within one's ver ... Posted: December 23rd. 2007 Views: 3,868 - [ Full Article ]
- New Year Traditions - Janice Van Cleve
Happy New Year! At twelve midnight Eastern Time, the ball dropped in New York’s Times Square. At twelve midnight Pacific Time, the Seattle Space Needle exploded in colorful fireworks. In Philadelphia, Mummers in lavish costumes pa ... Posted: January 6th. 2008 Views: 3,172 - [ Full Article ]
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