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  • Wyllow Rose coven to hold Celtic Cross Ritual
    Wyllow Rose coven to hold Celtic Cross Ritual
    This January 3rd, Wyllow Rose Coven will be graciously hosting a public rite where they will conduct The Celtic Cross Ritual. The Wyllow Rose Coven is a BTW coven. You do not see many of those out and about now, so this may be a great chance to...
  • Who Are You?
    Hello! I am ___! Who Are You?
    Who are you? No, really, who are you? In a one word answer, who are you? I’m not asking what your name is. If you changed your name you would still be the same person. So, who are you? How do you define, describe yourself? Are you (fill in...
  • Lucky Money Pineapple Crochet
    Crochet a lucky money pineapple trivet
    The pineapple is both a fruit and a crochet stitch! But did you know that it is also a symbol of luck, success, wealth, fertility and faithfulness. For fertility rituals, crochet a pineapple in pink or blue. Tack it to you headboard to use as a...
  • Facebook Petition
    Facebook controversy over using real names now targets Pagans and Wiccans
    There have been cases of people in the past who, for intimidation purposes, would create a Facebook profile with a 'fake name' and use that profile to bully people; basically, they're using it for cyber bullying. There have been...
  • Happy Mabon!
    Mabon Celebration!
    Wisdom House Altoona invites you to join them in a Mabon Celebration!Mabon is the next Sabbat on the Pagan calendar as the Wheel of the Year and Cycle of Life spins endlessly. It is the time of the Fall Equinox, falling on Sept. 22 this year. The...
  • Crochet opera glove in summer wave stitch
    Crochet opera fingerless gloves long and short versions in summer wave stitch
    Catherine de Medici, the medieval Queen of France, popularized the wearing of gloves. However, it was the Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte that started a nationwide craze for long gloves that spread throughout all of Europe and and...
  • Dare to Fly!
    Close to the Edge
    “God stirs up our comfortable nest and pushes us over the edge of them and we are forced to use our wings.”…..Hannah Whitall SmithHanah Whitall Smith, 2/7/1832-5/1/1911, was a lay speaker and author. She was active in the U.S....
  • Alone Time
    Alone Time
    We have all experienced it. The need, desire, wanting to be alone, alone with our own, and only our own, thoughts, dreams, words and memories. We may choose "alone time" when we need to concentrate and focus, avoiding distractions, or...
  • Half-Empty? Half-Full?
    An Empty Glass?
    How do you see your world? Half empty? Half full? Partly cloudy? Partly sunny? I won't win so why should I play? Which phrases sound familiar to you?How we look at our lives, our situation, often determines the outcome, the real outcome, the...
  • Change the Picture
    Formula For Happiness
    “The condition of our outer world is always the perfect outpicturing of our inner world. If we do not like the picture we see, we can change it.”……Margaret PondersHappiness=Reality Divided By ExpectationsOne’s...
  • Balance Is The Key To Life
    Balance: The Key to Life
    “Your body cannot heal without play. Your mind cannot heal without laughter. Your soul cannot heal without joy.”…..Catherine Rippenger FenwickCathy Fenwick, author, educator, therapist and well-known international speaker holds...
  • Summer time!
    Mid-Summer: Time of the Sun
    This past saturday June 21, we passed the summer Equinox demarcating in the Northern hemisphere our closest proximity to the sun and the longest days of sunlight. Here in Colorado that means the sun does not fully set until 8:30 or 9:00 pm on the...
  • A Powerful Word
    “A Powerful Word”
    “If you haven’t forgiven yourself something, how can you forgive others?”….Delores HuretaDolores Clara Fernandez Huerta is a labor leader and civil rights activist who, along with César Chávez, co-founded the National...
  • Litha
    Litha-Midsummer (June 21, 2014)
    Litha (also known as MidSummer) is the solar festival that marks the longest day of the year, with the sun rising and setting at its most northerly points. The Summer quarter of the year runs from Beltane to Lughnassadh, so Litha stands at the...
  • Physics-Real Time
    Physics-Real Time
    The Law of Physics states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Easily understood, but what form or nature does that reaction take? Who decides? When it comes to our interactions with others (and ourselves), we decide, and...