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Winter Solstice & Yule Blessings

Posted by Linnae Dufresne on

Here we are at the Winter Solstice & Yule! What a merry time of year. The longest night and shortest day means that the sun is sure to return soon and warmer days are on the horizon. Huzzah!  Many years ago this was a very big deal because winters could be harsh and brutal and often meant death or hunger, so our ancestors would tell you that celebrating the return of the sun was very special. Nowadays we don't have that same enthusiasm because our lives are quite comfortable due to modern conveniences, but in a symbolic way celebrating the...

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How I Celebrate Samhain

Posted by Linnae Dufresne on

When I was new to witchcraft I would get overwhelmed because there's so many things I thought 'I should be doing' at this time of year. Being a solitary witch, I had no one guiding me, other than a handful of books (this was before the internet was a good resource. lol- yep, I'm that old.) And, this is, like, the most important witchy holiday, right?  The information I did have was so overwhelming. There were just so many correspondences and rituals and differing views and ways to celebrate. So, for many years I would get stuck and end up not...

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Full Moon in Libra

Posted by Linnae Dufresne on

Hello Moon Babies!  You know how much I love the Moon, so I'm coming at you with some Moon related content this week! This Sunday, March 28, is the first full moon of the Astrological New Year. This FULL MOON is in LIBRA.  Libra's focus is on creating tranquility, balance, and harmony. And, Libra just doesn't appreciate balance, it actually seeks out imbalance and fixes it!  Libra is an air sign which means this full moon is about communication, specifically in your closest relationships. A good way to honor this moon would be to talk through issues rather than ignoring...

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Some Facts About Copper

Posted by Linnae Dufresne on

Copper is a mineral and an element that is essential to our everyday lives, and has been since pre-historic times. In fact, the Bronze Era was actually named after the copper alloy, bronze. Copper and its many alloys have played an important role in many ancient civilizations and still continue to throughout our modern times. Copper is a major industrial metal because of its high durability, malleability, thermal and electrical conductivity, and resistance to corrosion. It is also an essential nutrient in our diet. And, because of its anti-microbial properties it is becoming increasingly important in the prevention of infection....

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Demystifying Pentagrams

Posted by Linnae Dufresne on

 There is so much confusion around pentagrams so I thought I would do a little post about them.  

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