Lammas – Lughnasa

The Festival Sabbat of Lammas  Lughnassadh, Lugnasad August 1st/2nd It is now high summer and the union of Sun and Earth, of God and Goddess, has produced the First Harvest. Lammas is the celebration of this first, Grain Harvest, a time for gathering in and giving thanks for abundance. Mabon or the Autumn Equinox is the Second Read more about Lammas – Lughnasa[…]

Grace – Mary Magdalene feast day

Mary Magdalene recording https://newearthpriestess.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/MM-2020.mp4 Mary Magdalene Slides https://newearthpriestess.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/Priestess_MMCeremony-2020.pdf kathy Forest celestial forest institute https://www.celestialforestinstitute.com/copy-of-starmaiden-creation-goddess

Early Summer

From Beltane 1st May, or shortly after as the heat waves catch up with the increased light waves (14th May), until Lammas 1st August, we move into early summer. ”In the western world, we are familiar with the four seasons – spring, summer, autumn and winter. However, in the Taoist understanding of time and change Read more about Early Summer[…]

Beltane or Calan Mai Union of the divine goddess and the green man

Calan Mai ([ˈkalan ˈmaɪ̯] “Calend (first day) of May”) or Calan Haf ([ˈkalan ˈhaːv] “Calend of Summer”) is a May Day holiday of Wales held on 1 May. Celebrations start on the evening before, known as May Eve, with bonfires; as with Calan Gaeaf or November 1, the night before (Welsh: Nos Galan Haf) is considered an Ysbrydnos or “spirit night” when spirits are out and about divination is possible. The tradition of lighting Read more about Beltane or Calan Mai Union of the divine goddess and the green man[…]