Wheel of the Year Series: Ostara (The Spring Equinox)

The dancing hare foretells the spring, With fertility and new life this time does bring, Gay Eostre dances on the earth, As seeds and flowers come to birth. Tulips and daffodils come into bloom, And life sprouts from the Mother Earths womb, Birds lay their eggs now and the light is growing, Catkins and blossoms onContinue reading “Wheel of the Year Series: Ostara (The Spring Equinox)”

Imbolc

The Wheel of the Year Series: Imbolc The dandelion lights its spark Lest Brigid find the wayside dark. And Brother Wind comes rollicking For joy that she has brought the spring. Young lambs and little furry folk Seek shelter underneath her cloak. St. Brigid, Winifred M. Letts It’s still cold and windy. There is often snowContinue reading “Imbolc”

Yule

The Wheel of the Year Series: Yule or The Winter Solstice The holly and the ivy When they are both full grown, Of all the trees that are in the wood, The holly bears the crown. Chorus: Oh, the rising of the sun And the running of the deer, The playing of the merry organ, SweetContinue reading “Yule”

Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: Strength

The card on the left is from the most well-known and often used decks in the world of tarot called the Rider-Waite. I’ll be using the images and traditional meanings from this deck to discuss tarot in the Learn Tarot with Harry Potter series. The artwork of Luna belongs to Felicia Cano. Traditional Meaning of Strength As weContinue reading “Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: Strength”

Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Chariot

The card on the left is from the most well-known and often used decks in the world of tarot called the Rider-Waite. I’ll be using the images and traditional meanings from this deck to discuss tarot in the Learn Tarot with Harry Potter series. The artwork of Harry on his Firebolt belongs to Art of Spiris.  Traditional MeaningContinue reading “Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Chariot”

Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Lovers

The card on the left is from the most well-known and often used decks in the world of tarot called the Rider-Waite. I’ll be using the images and traditional meanings from this deck to discuss tarot in the Learn Tarot with Harry Potter series. The artwork of James and Lilly belongs to ribkaDory.   Traditional Meaning of TheContinue reading “Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Lovers”

Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Hierophant

The card on the left is from the most well-known and often used decks in the world of tarot called the Rider-Waite. I’ll be using the images and traditional meanings from this deck to discuss tarot in the Learn Tarot with Harry Potter series. The artwork of Fudge belongs to Brenna-Ivy Art.   Traditional Meaning of The HierophantContinue reading “Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Hierophant”

Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Magician

The card on the left is from the most well-known and often used decks in the world of tarot called the Rider-Waite. I’ll be using the images and traditional meanings from this deck to discuss tarot in the Learn Tarot with Harry Potter series. The artwork on the right belongs to Jessica Roux Illustration. Traditional Meaning of TheContinue reading “Learn Tarot with Harry Potter: The Magician”

Cinnamon

The Grocers’. oh the Grocers’. nearly closed, with perhaps two shutters down, or one; but through those gaps such glimpses. It was not alone that the scales descending on the counter made a merry sound, or that the twine and roller parted company so briskly, or that the canisters were rattled up and down likeContinue reading “Cinnamon”

Mint

For she had said that she was nobler of form and more excellent in beauty than dark-eyed Persephone and she boasted that Aidoneus would return to her and banish the other from his halls : such infatuation leapt upon her tongue. And from the earth spray the weak herb that bears her name. Oppian, Halieutica HistoryContinue reading “Mint”