Posts Tagged ‘ autumn equinox ’

An Extraordinary Equinox

Oct 5th, 2018 | By

  This year the autumn equinox not only coincided with a full moon but also the Dolmen Clan Cornwall Moot Camp at South Penquite farm, miles from anywhere and surrounded by countryside and craggy tors. The forecast was for heavy rain and strong winds for the best part of the weekend. Me and Trez came

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Harvesting Shadows and Sunlight

Sep 23rd, 2018 | By
Keli Tomlin 'Autumn Equinox: Harvesting Shadows and Sunlight'

The Sun is behind us, the dark lies ahead, Come now the Winter, set the Summer to its bed. Time now to harvest, to reap and to store, Gather up your harvest and step through the door.   As the darkness and light settle into balance for the Autumnal Equinox, I walk with an eye

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Autumn Equinox and Accepting the Dark

Sep 22nd, 2018 | By

The following is an excerpt from A Modern Celt: Seeking the Ancestors by Mabh Savage The equinoxes are moments of pure balance; day equals night; light equals dark. Nothing outweighs the other; nothing has an advantage. Symbolic of peace, tranquillity and calm, but also the feeling of hanging in the balance, the calm before the

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Autumn equinox: Golden Mornings, Sparkling Nights

Sep 21st, 2015 | By

By Mabh Savage Autumn is my favourite season. Of the more spiritually inclined of my friends, it seems this is a common opinion. I paused to wonder on this. What is it that makes autumn such a magical time for so many people? We light-heartedly mock the Americanism, ‘The Fall’, but if we think of

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