As The Wheel Turns ~ Legends and Lore
Today Is . . .
Birthday of the Grand Duchess (Luxembourg)
Goddess Month of Bridhe begins
Grandmother’s Day (Bulgaria)
Lichtenstein Foundation Day
Measure Your Feet Day
National Pie Day
National Rhubarb Pie Day
New Year of the Trees (Palestine)
One-Tooth Rhee Landing Day
Pamenot 9: Hathor is the Egyptian Goddess of Joy and Love.
Quebec International Bonspiel (Curling Tournament)
Ragwort Dance (Pixies only)
St. Emerentiana’s Day (patron against stomachaches)
St. Ildephonsus’ Day
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Festival of Pax, Goddess of Peace. Pick something you do on a daily basis and dedicated it to peace. Make food for peace, drive for peace or, my favorite, pee for peace.
Egypt: Day of Hathor. Egyptian Mother Goddess and Goddess of the underworld, known also as Queen of Heaven, Queen of the Earth,
and The Celestial Cow. Cow’s milk is poured into the River Nile as prayers to the Goddess are recited. A Pagan festival known as the Day of Hathor is celebrated annually on this date in Egypt to honor the ancient cow-headed goddess of heaven, beauty and love. A libation of cow’s milk is poured into the River Nile as prayers to the goddess are recited.
England, 1643 – A brochure was published on this day describing a phantom battle observed in the sky in Keniton, Northamtonshire. The brochure, “A great Wonder in Heaven”, described the ghostly phenomena as it occurred on a Saturday in the previous Christmas season: “the apparition and noise of a battle in the air, a ghostly repetition of the conflict which two m
Remember the ancient ways and keep them sacred!
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Live each Season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each.
~Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862)
NOTE: Because of the large number of ancient calendars, many in simultaneous use, as well as different ways of computing holy days (marked by the annual inundation, the solar year, the lunar month, the rising of key stars, and other celestial and terrestrial events), you may find these holy days celebrated a few days earlier or later at your local temple.
Courtesy of GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast