Posts Tagged ‘ festivals ’

Traditional activities for July

Jul 9th, 2017 | By

July is a month that doesn’t have a wheel of the year festival in it, and in terms of folklore and seasonal activities can seem a bit empty. However, poke around a bit, and there are all kinds of small scale local things to be found outside of the famous festivals… Here’s a July excerpt

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Seasonal inspiration for Pagans

Jan 25th, 2017 | By

It’s not unusual for Pagan books to include something on seasonal celebrations, but what they have, and whether it will be what you were looking for isn’t always obvious. Here are some insights into celebratory material in Moon Books titles.  A Modern Celt by Mabh Savage looks at each of the points of the Wheel

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Online festival videos

Aug 14th, 2016 | By

The Pagan Federation disabilities team ran another fantastic festival for Lugnasadh. Here are the videos from Moon Books authors. Robin Herne:   Nimue Brown (and family)   Mabh Savage:   Follow the team on Twitter for future events (and to catch up on other videos from previous ones) https://twitter.com/PFDisabilities



Many wheels of the year

Nov 30th, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown The Wheel of the Year sounds like ‘a thing’ a single, fixed, reliable sort of construct. Which it perhaps could be if you live in the bit of Northern Europe the wheel of 8 festivals is based on and experience average weather conditions. Despite living in the zone, I don’t find my

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