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Out of the Broom Closet

As Covenant of the Goddess (CoG) wrapped up their annual meeting - Grand Council at Merry Meet - I was reminded about a video that was created in 2016. The Orange County Local Council (OCLC) of the CoG was approached by Nathan Ross and Ryan Cernik, students at Cal Poly California who were producing a …

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A Comprehensive Catalogue of all the Shella na Gigs in Ireland

A comprehensive catalogue of all the Shella na Gigs in Ireland with maps, photos and detailed descriptions. Source: Ireland’s Síle na Giġ | An encyclopedia of all the Irish Sile na Giġ via Ireland’s Síle na Giġ | An encyclopedia of all the Irish Sile na Giġ — Christy Jackson Nicholas, Author and Artist

Life and bounty; what is your prosperity?

By Janine Nelson Lughnasadh, or Lammas is a celebration of the first harvest. The early harvest of grains, such as wheat, barley and corn, along with fruits and vegetables were cause for celebration. The name Lammas became popular in the early church when those early harvested grains were baked into loaves and offered during mass.  …

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Polish Paganism

Thanks to PolishToledo.com for publishing this information.     Polish Paganism This page from now defunct okana.net. The information is too important to simply allow it to disappear. How I was able to capture Okana's long expired webpages is a mystery and a bit of Polish magic. Related Links: Polish Mythology Slavic Mythology Slavic Neopaganism …

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Midsummer Symbolism

While searching a specific topic to share for this Summer Solstice there was so much rich information it made it hard to decide. Instead, it seemed appropriate to give an overview of symbolism for this special time of year. We found the following information has been shared from Hearth and Home Witchery. Midsummer speaks to …

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Health Benefits of Tourmaline Gemstone

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Tourmaline gemstone is a semi-precious mineral similar to granite. With colors ranging from magenta to teal-blue, meadow-green to vibrant yellow, and even black, tourmaline gets its name from the Singhalese phrase “tura mali,” which means, “stone mixed with vibrant colors.” It’s believed that no two tourmaline stones have the exact same color and it’s historically revered as a “magic” stone that is capable of protecting whoever wore it. Although it might be a stretch to say tourmaline has supernatural powers, it does have the uncommon and very special ability to generate an electric charge and emit negative ions and far infrared rays.

What are Far Infrared Rays?

Far infrared rays are invisible waves of energy. They’re able to penetrate all layers of the human body and reach the innermost regions of tissues, muscles, and bone. Through this, far infrared rays and negative ions gently soothe, stimulate and detoxify the body…

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