Tag Archives: PaGaian Cosmolgy

Beltaine Poiesis – allurement, beauty, sight

Some of the Beltaine Poiesis as it has been celebrated in my PaGaian tradition (in the Southern Hemisphere) in early November – the Season of High Spring: – the traditional red is commonly understood in more recent historical times to represent the fertility of the maturing female: the menarche, the first menstrual flow. Perhaps the earlier significance […]

Celebrating Cosmogenesis @ Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice Dawn through MoonCourt window   Traditionally Winter Solstice has been celebrated by the ancients – our Gaian ancestors in many regions – as the birth of Light, the birth of Form. The stories of many cultures tell of the Great Mother giving birth to the Divine Child at this time of year. It is this […]

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