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Candlemas

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RETRO KIMMER'S BLOG: THE STAR: INSPIRATION AND HOPE

The Star card suggests that my alter ego today is the Goddess, whose superpower for rising to the occasion lies in my innate ability for inspiration. I will pursue my dreams and what makes me happy -- life's too short. I will allow time for me today. I may even get my fifteen minutes of fame by seeking recognition from others and striving to sparkle in the limelight. I am immortal! Sometimes it's better to burn out than just fade away. Find your cosmic groove, and go for it! The Star Tarot…

February 2nd is the halfway point. In the northern hemisphere, it's halfway between winter solstice and spring equinox. We're making candles for Candlemas.

February 2nd is the halfway point. In the northern hemisphere, it's halfway between winter solstice and spring equinox. We're making candles for Candlemas.

Celebrating Candlemas is a great way to live the liturgical year with your kids. Come February 2 you will want to have this link for celebrating ideas! #catholicicing #liturgicalliving #candlemas #catholickids

Celebrating Candlemas is a great way to live the liturgical year with your kids. Come February 2 you will want to have this link for celebrating ideas! #catholicicing #liturgicalliving #candlemas #catholickids

Waldorf has many winter traditions and festivals, such as solstice, candlemas, advent, saint nicholas day, and more! Bake a sun bread and make handmade beeswax candles.

Waldorf has many winter traditions and festivals, such as solstice, candlemas, advent, saint nicholas day, and more! Bake a sun bread and make handmade beeswax candles.

Penniless Pagan: 5 Ways to Celebrate Imbolc Without Spending a Dime

I am SO excited for Imbolc this year! If 2016 taught me anything, it's that new starts are a beautiful thing. And while time is a human conception, isn't the thought of sloughing off the old and starting with a fresh slate a pretty inspiring thing? Imbolc, celebrated on February 2nd, is a time of purification, cleansing, and purging after time spent reflecting during the Yuletide. It's a time to shake off that dust, lift your chin up, take a deep breath of fresh air, and take charge of your…

innumerable goods: scented candles

i love candle light, but as a rule i can not stand scented candles. i had a roommate who returned one day with a blueberry candle and i bumped it out the window. but i have found one that i...

I know everybody is going on and on about groundhogs, but I think Candlemas is a much more beautiful and meaningful holiday. Candlemas occurs 40 days after Christmas. Candlemas is the most ancient of all the festivals honoring Mary. The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple is the ceremony...

I know everybody is going on and on about groundhogs, but I think Candlemas is a much more beautiful and meaningful holiday. Candlemas occurs 40 days after Christmas. Candlemas is the most ancient of all the festivals honoring Mary. The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple is the ceremony...

Imbolc (or Imbolg) is a Celtic name, that translates as ‘in the belly’ or some say ‘ewes milk’. Since the 9th Century, it’s was also known as Candlemas, when the Pope abolished the pagan Festival and marked instead the ‘Feast of the purification of the Blessed Virgin’ when candles were lit in her honour. Celtic goddess Brigid is also made reference and once again the Pagan is dethroned with Christianity and Saint Brigid is honoured on the 1st February.

Imbolc (or Imbolg) is a Celtic name, that translates as ‘in the belly’ or some say ‘ewes milk’. Since the 9th Century, it’s was also known as Candlemas, when the Pope abolished the pagan Festival and marked instead the ‘Feast of the purification of the Blessed Virgin’ when candles were lit in her honour. Celtic goddess Brigid is also made reference and once again the Pagan is dethroned with Christianity and Saint Brigid is honoured on the 1st February.