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    Halloween humor. =)
  • Well it’s moon-day again a start of another week of work a simple start to a new…
    Well it’s moon-day again a start of another week of work a simple start to a new cycle, our lives are filled with cycles the ebbs and flows of the tides of life. Life is really like a roller coaster one short ride filled with ups and down and lots of cycles and it only once we get off do we understand the scale of our journey we have just taken. For every up there is a down and for every down theirs an up. So today may the Gods allow you to keep your eyes open so you can experience the ride of your life remember you may get to ride the roller coaster again but your never have the same seat so enjoy the view and experience of the ride your on. Brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\

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    9 Halloween Superstitions & Traditions Explained

    On All Hallow's Eve… Samhain
    Halloween may seem like it's all about costumes and candy, but the holiday — which is relatively new to America, having only become popular in the early 1900s — has its roots in pagan beliefs. Dating back about 2,000 years, Samhain aka Halloweeen marked the Celtic New Year and was originally called Samhain, which translates to "summer's end" in Gaelic.
    Some Samhain traditions, such as carving Jack-o'-lanterns, are based on Irish folklore and have been carried on throughout the centuries, while others, such as candy corn, are more modern Halloween additions. So we will be sharing one a day for the nest 9 days of spooky Samhain staples, including spiders, witches and trick-or-treating. Starting with Black Cats.

    Black Cats

    Often used as symbols of bad luck, black cats grace many Samhain / Halloween decorations. The black cat's bad reputation dates back to the Dark Ages, when witch hunts were commonplace. Elderly, solitary women were often accused of witchcraft, and their pet cats were said to be their "familiars," or demonic animals that had been given to them by the devil.

    Another medieval myth told that Satan turned himself into a cat when socializing with witches. But nowadays, black cats aren't synonymous with bad luck and mischief everywhere — in Ireland, Scotland and England, it's considered good luck for a black cat to cross your path.

  • Moon Day 8

    An auspicious day for trips, especially a business trip or long jou…

    Moon Day 8

    An auspicious day for trips, especially a business trip or long journey. The Vedic tradition recommends this day for many different things, including art, physical activities, and any business related to property. This is also thought to be one of the best days for any kind of beginning. However, this could be a critical day for those who are ill.

  • 8th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Flame, Fire.
    Characteristics: Day of humility and f…

    8th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Flame, Fire.
    Characteristics: Day of humility and forgiveness, purity and transformation. Day of the inner fire that cleanses and purifies.

    Recommendations: Today we have to be pure and selfless, free ourselves from the weight of problems, and everything that holds us back, and move forward. Good day to visit with close friends and relatives, to forgive, bring positive new changes, build better relationships. Cleansing and fasting is recommended. Good to meditate on open flames, and cleanse home with burning candles.

    Precautions: Meeting with unreliable people, stress and strain should be avoided. Be careful with fire! Sex is not recommended.

  • Monday — Moon's day
    Middle English monday or mone(n)day
    Old English mon(an)dæg…

    Monday — Moon's day
    Middle English monday or mone(n)day
    Old English mon(an)dęg "day of the moon"
    Latin dies lunae "day of the moon"
    Ancient Greek hemera selenes "day of the moon"
  • Sunrise: 7:45 AM BST
    Sunset: 6:02 PM BST
    Length of Day: 10h 17m
    Tomorrow wi…

    Sunrise: 7:45 AM BST
    Sunset: 6:02 PM BST
    Length of Day: 10h 17m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 40s shorter.
    Moon Rise: 2:43 PM BST
    Moon Set:
    Moon Phase: First Quarter 52% Illuminated
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    Baby Dragons.???
    Dragons are fierce, fire-breathing creatures, but a baby dragon is a different story. There's something huggable about a small, winged dragon with big eyes. They are so cute that you'll want to scoop it up and take it home for a pet.

    Art by John Kaufmann.
    We have an album for 'big' and old dragons, but this is album with babies or little cute dragons. icon smile Our Facebook RSS

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