Posts Tagged ‘ harvest ’

Honour the Goddess Pomona on Apple Day

Oct 21st, 2018 | By

October 21 is National Apple Day in England. In the Pagan world of Ancient Rome the festival of Pomona, Goddess of the Apple Orchards, was also about this time of year. In the Moon Books community book Every Day Magic, I wrote this entry for today: Apple Day: This annual celebration of apples and orchards

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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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Lughnasadh Magic

Aug 19th, 2018 | By

Lugh found himself and his troops pinned down behind a rock by the disintegrating ray shooting from the single eye of the Fomorian king, Balor. Every time the giant opened his eye, his gaze would crumble great chunks of the stone barricade that Lugh and his men hid behind. He had to act fast; or

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Harvest Home by the Bard of Ely

Sep 22nd, 2015 | By

Harvest Home follows the Pagan calendar Harvest Home is a folk-rock song of mine that follows the Pagan seasonal calendar from the Vernal Equinox, through to Summer Solstice and onward to the Harvest Festivals. It was included on the Taffia EP on Crai Records in 2002, but it started life as a poem. The lyrics

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