Posts Tagged ‘ equinox ’

Queen of the Equinoxes

Mar 20th, 2018 | By

At the Spring Equinox, the midpoint between spring and summer, between the 21st and 23rd of March, the great love of Brigit arrives in the physical plane when nature is just beginning to reveal her first fruits above the thawing earth. It is six weeks or one and a half cycles of the moon since

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A point of balance….

Mar 20th, 2018 | By

The Equinox has arrived, the morning hereabouts dawned grey and rainy, no chance of observing the sunrise, yet still, the few predawn moments I experienced proved to be stunning, the dawn chorus – alive and filled with beauty and hope – was in full flow this morning when I stepped outside to the bins, the

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Contemplating Balance

Sep 23rd, 2017 | By

Equinoxes always seem like an invitation to contemplate balance, in all its many forms. So much of the natural world depends on complex balances – a delicate web of interrelations we humans have, in our ignorance, seen fit to mess with. Balance is inherently delicate, something we forget at our peril. There are lots of

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The Storms of Alban Elfed

Sep 21st, 2017 | By

by Mabh Savage Druids call this time of year ‘The light of the water’, which, apart from being superbly poetic, is perfect for our British autumn. There is certainly plenty of water; storm Aileen (come on, Aileen! Sorry… sorry…) has hit hard across the country, with 75mph winds and flash floods. I saw evidence of

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Easter is early this year

Apr 5th, 2015 | By

By Halo Quin The local folk are complaining that it has been a long winter, despite how mild it has been, despite how late it started. They complain because they feel the change on the wind. Easter is when the stories say winter should be over and yet there is still frost on the ground

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