Tag Archives: Celebrations

  1. My Favorite Solar-Earth Event and Why…

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    August 8, 2016 by Rua Lupa

    Here at Patheos we were asked a Summer Series Question, this time “What’s your favorite sabbat/holiday, and why?” But how do you choose a favorite holiday when you only really celebrate one?

  2. Nature Based Holidays, Rituals & History

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    February 4, 2016 by Rua Lupa

    All things Paths Through The Forests’ has written on Nature Based Holidays, Rituals and History – organized by time of year it is related to.

  3. Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Australis Lux (The Longest Day & Night of The Year)

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    December 15, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    What makes this time of year what it is and the celebrations that spring forth therefrom the world over.

  4. Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Australis Translux (Midway Global Equinox & Solstice)

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    October 18, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    A global overview of current seasons and related cultural celebrations that arise from this solar-earth event.

  5. Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Australis Transequilux (Midway Global Solstice & Equinox)

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    July 30, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    The natural occurrences around the world and the festivities that result from them for this time of year.

  6. Festivities of Natural Annual Events Around The World: Borealis Lux (The Longest Day & Night of Year)

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    June 15, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    Here is how we have the longest day & night of the year, its effects on the planet and the various customs and celebrations all over the world that are in response to this.

  7. Cultural Quandaries: Spring & Sex

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    April 28, 2015 by Rua Lupa

    What would we do if we were to align procreating celebration themes with how Nature normally does it – with the time frame of having your offspring in spring? This would mean human procreating themes in Late Summer not Spring.

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