Dreaming Imbolc ~ A Pathworking

The Pagan wheel of the year marks the quarters – the longest and shortest days (solstices) and the days of equal light and darkness (equinoxes).  Our wheel also marks the points in between: the midway point from the extreme of light or darkness to the point of balance.  Right now, we are getting ready for…

Bringing in the Harvest

The Wheel of the Year just passed August 1st, a cross-quarter day for most of the Pagan world.  On August 1st, we honor the halfway mark between the Summer Solstice and the Autumnal Equinox. Two of the most common names we see for observances at this time are Lammas and Lughnassadh.  Lammas translates to loaf-mass…