Tag Archives: Eostar/Spring Equinox

The Equinoxes as Story of Redemption: Sacred Balance of Maternal Creativity

a slightly edited essay by the author Glenys Livingstone from March 2013, published originally at Return to Mago  Each year in March and September, the Autumn and Spring Equinoxes occur at the same time on the Planet – they are the Seasonal Moments of balance of light and dark, in the dark part and in […]

Equinox @ EarthGaia March 2015 C.E.

The Seasonal Moment of Equinox @ EarthGaia comes around again at 22:45 UT on the 20th March – the first for this Gregorian calendar year of 2015, and it is Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere, Spring in the Northern Hemisphere.  At my place East Coast Australia that is 8:45 on the 21st March … and all […]

Eostar – Persephone Returns!

This is the time of Spring’s return in our Southern Hemisphere. Warmth and growth may be sensed in the land, the flowers can be smelt in the air. The young light that we celebrated at Imbolc, has grown strong and come to balance with the dark. Life bursts forth with new strength. The story of […]

Equinox @ EarthGaia

Our Planet – “Earth” or “Gaia” as we may name Her, or perhaps by the name of any other primordial Mother from around the globe – comes to one of Her annual points of balance in Her orbit around Sun on September 23rd 2:29 UT (or at 12:29 September 23rd where I am East Coast Australia). Other […]

Eostar thoughts

Spring Equinox (or Eostar as it may be named) may be storied as the Seasonal Moment of Heraic Return, and so it is on the PaGaian Wheel of the Year: PaGaian Cosmology Ch.5 .  I have summarized the Moment as ‘stepping into the power of Joy and Being’ … the light has grown strong now, and warmth […]

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