Posts Tagged ‘ Mabon ’

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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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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Moon Bard

Sep 4th, 2014 | By

          September…..the golden fading days of summer’s slow sunset….Mabon is upon us, with its bounty of tree and hedgerow….the days grow long and misty as distant mid winter begins to beckon.         SUNSET Sunset: Tracks the cracks Around the clouds, Silver gilt To bronze And ochre red.  

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