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    Todays Moon entered zodiac Scorpio at 8:02am (central), 7:02am (eastern) & 1:02pm (GMT). Scorpio= Increases awareness of psychic power. Precipitates psychic crises & ends connections thoroughly. People have a tendency to brood & become secretive.

    Scorpio is based on eeriness, mystery, intuition, revival, durability. The emotions are intense and can be uncontrollably flowed upon the surroundings.

    When the Moon is in Scorpio, the subconsciousness becomes very active, intuition increases, the ability to understand the unexplainable, the mysterious.

    The time contributes to the concentration, increase of the sharpness of mind, criticality. It’s a favorable period for the science workers, psychologists, people with extraordinary abilities.

    The family relationships are sophisticated. The emotional tension can lead to a scandal. It’s better to postpone the family gatherings and celebrations for another period.

    The Moon in Scorpio encourages the loss of the sense of measure, food, alcohol, but mostly in sexual relationships.

    Avoid surgical intervention in the area of the reins, sexual organs, excretory system, endocrine glands, large intestine, kidney dishes, urinary tracts. ~Lunaf.com~

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    Today’s Animal Spirit Guide
    The Groundhog
    Happy Groundhog Day!
    If a Groundhog shows up, it means:
    You’re about t investigate a new area of study that will require intensive effort on your part, but will be well worth it. Pay close attention to your dreams at this time and see if you can discern their meaning. You’re going through an initiation, one where you’ll experience a cycle of death-rebirth, and emerge with a new sense of self. As you experiment with altered states of consciousness, you’ll find these experiences becoming more intense and stronger.
    Communicate your boundaries and limits clearly and straight-forwardl

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    ~ @[350927611610292:274:Have you had your daily dose of smiles today?] ~

    Will the Ground Hog see his shadow tomorrow??

  • Brightest Imbolc / Lughnasadh blessings to each of you may the circle surround a…
    Brightest Imbolc / Lughnasadh blessings to each of you may the circle surround and protect you may the elements lead you and may the Gods greet you may new things spring up along your path have a wonderful day Brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\

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    “We are not held back by the love we didn’t receive in the past, but by the love we’re not extending in the present.” ~Marianne Williamson

    One key to extending love is to let it flow through your body and Being by focusing on specific chakras and energizing them with your breath and intention. This picture is a map we found to help you.

    As you focus on the photo….

    ~Breathe~ ~Allow Love~ ~Feel it circulate~ ~Extend it Effortlessly~

    You don't have to know exactly "how." Something in you KNOWS. Your Heart knows.

    Photo Credit Unknown.

    Please ~like~ and ~share~

    P.S. There is a free class coming up soon called The Art of Love. It looks spectacular! Sign up for it here: http://bit.ly/XKqSiG
    Visit http://lightworkersworld.com/ for ways to return to love, inner harmony and clarity.

  • 22nd Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Ganesha, Wisdom.
    Characteristics: Day of education…

    22nd Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Ganesha, Wisdom.
    Characteristics: Day of education, knowledge and wisdom. Day of books, archives, information. Day of symbols, magic, secret knowledge, as well as new ideas and original new solutions.

    Recommendations: Great day for gathering and sharing knowledge, reading, learning, studying old sacred books, mantras and prayers, old customs, traditions, finding roots, as well as using new sources of information. Recommended intellectual generosity, knowledge dissemination, experience and wisdom sharing. Solve your problems and achieve your goals using knowledge.

    Precautions: Avoid rushing with negotiations, fast moves (literally), and words. Avoid being conservative. Pay attention to offers you receive today, they require time and contemplation. Fasting is not recommended, but vegetarian food is preferable.

  • Moon Day 22
    Different traditions completely disagree on how to treat this day. T…

    Moon Day 22
    Different traditions completely disagree on how to treat this day. The European tradition takes it as particularly inauspicious, but suggests that those who were born on this day have the potential to become good people. The Vedic tradition considers it auspicious for trips and transport, whilst Globa recommends it as a day to study sciences, and master a specific subject.
  • Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Satu…

    Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Saturn's day"
    Latin dies Saturni "day of Saturn"
    Ancient Greek hemera Khronu "day of Cronus"

    Saturn is the Roman and Italic god of agriculture and the consort of Ops. He is believed to have ruled the earth during an age of happiness and virtue.

    Cronus (Kronos, Cronos) is the Greek god (Titan) who ruled the universe until dethroned by his son Zeus.

  • HEDGEHOG DAY! The customs and traditions of Candlemas
    Today, Candlemas has long…

    HEDGEHOG DAY! The customs and traditions of Candlemas
    Today, Candlemas has long been held in the Christian calendar as ‘The Feast of Our Lady,

    The Blessed Virgin Mary’ otherwise known as ‘Candelora’ or ‘Candlemas’. It derived from the ceremony which the Church of Rome dictates to be observed on this day; namely the blessing of candles by the clergy and their distribution to mothers who had borne children during the previous year, after which they process around the church in solemn procession

    DARK DORSET – Dorset's premier website devoted to local folklore and the unexplained: HEDGEHOG DAY!.

  • Sunrise: 7:44 AM GMT
    Sunset: 5:01 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 9h 16m
    Tomorrow will be…

    Sunrise: 7:44 AM GMT
    Sunset: 5:01 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 9h 16m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 23s longer.
    Moon Rise:
    Moon Set: 9:54 AM GMT
    Moon Phase:
    Waning Gibbous 64% Illuminated

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    Setting Up Your Imbolc Altar-
    ~By Patti Wigington, About.com Guide

    It's Imbolc, and that's the Sabbat where many Wiccans and Pagans choose to honor the Celtic goddess Brighid, in her many aspects. However, other than having a giant statue of Brighid on your altar, there are a number of ways you can set up for the season. Depending on how much space you have, you can try some or even all of these ideas — obviously, someone using a bookshelf as an altar will have less flexibility than someone using a table, but use what calls to you most.

    Traditionally, the colors of red and white are associated with Brighid. The white is the color of the blanket of snow, and the red symbolizes the rising sun. In some traditions, the red is connected with the blood of life. Brighid is also tied to the color green, both for the green mantle she wears and for the life growing beneath the earth. Decorate your altar with a white cloth, and drape a swath of red across it. Add green candles in candleholders.

    The Beginnings of New Life
    Altar decor should reflect the theme of the Sabbat. Because Imbolc is a harbinger of spring, any plants that symbolize the new growth are appropriate. Add potted bulbs — don't worry if they're blooming yet — and spring flowers such as forsythia, crocus, daffodils, and snowdrops. If you don't have much luck planting bulbs, think about making a Brighid's crown as a centerpiece — it combines flowers and candles together.

    Celtic Designs
    Brighid is, after all, a goddess of the Celtic peoples, so it's always appropriate to add some sort of Celtic design to your altar. Consider adding a Brighid's cross or any other item incoporating Celtic knotwork. If you happen to have a Celtic cross, don't worry about the fact that it's also a Christian symbol — if it feels right on your altar, go ahead and add it.

    Other Symbols of Brighid

    Cauldrons or chalices — she's often connected to sacred wells and springs
    A small anvil or hammer — Brighid is the goddess of smithcraft
    A Brighid corn doll and Priapic wand
    Sacred animals such as cows, sheep or swans
    A goddess statue
    A book of poetry, or a poem you've written — Brighid is the patroness of poets
    Faeries — in some traditions, Brighid is the sister of the Fae
    Healing herbs — she's often connected to healing rites
    Lots of candles, or a cauldron with a small fire in it

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    Awen is a Welsh word for "(poetic) inspiration". It is historically used to describe the divine inspiration of bards in the Welsh poetic tradition. Someone who is inspired, as a poet or a soothsayer, is an awenydd.

    The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) describe the three lines as rays emanating from three points of light, with those points representing the triple aspect of deity and, also, the points at which the sun rises on the equinoxes and solstices – known as the Triad of the Sunrises. The emblem as used by the OBOD is surrounded by three circles representing the three circles of creation.

    Various Neo-druid groups and individuals have their own interpretation of the Awen. The three lines relate to earth, sea and air; body, mind and spirit; or love, wisdom and truth. It is also said that the Awen stands for not simply inspiration, but for inspiration of truth; without Awen one cannot proclaim truth. The three foundations of Awen are the understanding of truth, the love of truth, and the maintaining of truth. The rays also stand for the letters from which all others evolved: I, O, and U. It is said, "No one without Awen from God can pronounce these three letters correctly."


  • Myself and anyone else that needs it BB Draco )o(/|\
    Myself and anyone else that needs it BB Draco )o(/|\

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    Chain of Healing – Please continue the chain…
    Please add your name or a loved ones name to this Healing Chain in the comments…

    Light and Love of the Goddess — Lady Patti

    “Love is a chain of love as nature is a chain of life” Truman Capote

    Each day we come across those that need our blessings of light from within The Goddess to heal a sickness, to heal a sorrow, to heal a loss. To heal…

    The blessing below I will post it each day so that you may “like” the posting and comments on the healing needs. Add your healing comments and needs to this chain. By liking the post and comment, those in need will see that you thinking of them and sending your healing energies to them.

    Please add your comments, wishes and blessings as needed to the Chain of Healing.

    Blessed Lady – healer of our pain, source of our strength.
    As I light the candle of white, the healing of this heated light
    Give this light and healing love to those that are in need.
    Blessings and healing light to those as we call out their names
    As You are our Light, You are our Strength, You are our source of love
    So mote it be.
    Lady Patti © 12272011

    Artist: Unknown

  • On the Nature of Eclecticism
    From Webster’s Dictionary; “ eclec·tic • selecting what appears to be best in various doctrines, methods, or styles • composed of elements drawn from various sources ” In the realm of the occult,…

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    a poem by Robert A. Clark (December, 2002)

    Boreas comes!
    The wind proclaims
    His All-pervading presence.

    Boreas comes!
    Clouds flee and vanish
    Before His swift advance.

    Boreas comes!
    Phoebe and the stars
    Brightly illumine His course.

    Boreas comes!
    Trees bow before Him;
    The forest sings his Paean.

    Boreas comes!
    I go to greet Him
    And revel in His glory.

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