Posts Tagged ‘ celebration ’

Summer Celebration with Lucya Starza

Jun 23rd, 2018 | By

Moon Books author Lucya Starza shares her thoughts on summer and celebration…. What festivals will you be attending/celebrating over the summer? Lucya: I’m not going to any public pagan camps this summer. I’m going away in August, but I want to spend the summer concentrating on my personal work and writing another book. I’m not

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The Life Eclectic

May 10th, 2018 | By
Keli Tomlin The Life Eclectic

It took me almost two decades to become comfortable with being, what many might call, an Eclectic pagan or, as I prefer to call myself, ‘green-spirited’. During my formative years in the early 2000’s I was part of the London Pagan scene and it was alive with a vast array of people and practises. I

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5 Ways to Celebrate Imbolc

Feb 2nd, 2018 | By

5 Ways to Celebrate Imbolc January 31, 2018 I love winter. The season creates space for quiet and contemplation. And while many see January and February as the cold season’s doldrums after the vibrant festivities of December, I find the calm, clean energy of the first two months of the new year to be refreshing.

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Enjoy your Pagan festivities

Dec 20th, 2017 | By

Whatever you’re celebrating and however you are celebrating it, we at Moon Books wish you a good one. There’s such incredible diversity in our community, and so much you can choose to celebrate at this time of year.    



Silbury Hill Field Notes

Nov 25th, 2017 | By

In Turning the Wheel, bard on a bike Kevan Manwaring explores seasonal celebration in the British landscape. November finds him at Silbury Hill… Silbury Hill (Field Notes) The circle of the sun is shining down as I sit on my ‘time machine’ (Triumph Legend, 2001) looking at Silbury Hill (2400 BCE), sipping a cup of

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