Category Archives: Holiday

Spring Equinox March 20, 2019

According to traditional sources, when the Sun ingresses into 00°00’ Aries at the site of a nation’s capital city (on March 20th at 6:01 pm EDT, Washington D.C.), the horoscope provides a comprehensive image of the archetypal energies and potentials that will likely unfold and constellate on the world stage throughout the year. Astronomically speaking, the Vernal Equinox falls on

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Imbolc and the “Super Snow” Moon

Imbolc is the astronomical midpoint between the Winter Solstice – Yule and the Spring Equinox – Ostara; when the transiting Sun is at 15 Degrees of Aquarius in the Northern Hemisphere on February 4th, traditionally marking the first stirrings of Spring. Some pagans celebrate Imbolc on the astronomical date (February 4th), while others celebrate on February 2nd out of tradition. The

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The Astrology of Christmas: 336 – 1955

Modern church historians are in agreement that Christ began his ministry during the month of October in 29 A.D. – “Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is Near” – during in the 15th year of the Emperor Tiberius’ reign. Second Century Christian scholars, such as Irenaeus, said that Jesus “was beginning to be about thirty years of age” [Against Heresies h, II,

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Thanksgiving Day – 2018

In America, Thanksgiving has traditionally been a celebration of the blessings of the year, including the harvest. The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated by the early settlers of the Plymouth Plantation, an English colonial venture in North America in present-day Plymouth from 1620 to 1691 after their first harvest in 1621. In Britain, the Harvest Festival, a carryover from paganism,

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