Tag Archives: Christmas

Missing Spirit

Winter                                                            Waning Moon of the Winter Solstice Wondered if I was missing something.  Turned on the radio to 99.5 and listened to Christmas music, classical variety.  As I just to wrote to my brother and sister, there is some residual … Continue reading

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Yo, Yo, Yo

Winter                                                Full Moon of the Winter Solstice (from yesterday) Yo, yo, yo.  Merry Christmas.   My stocking today brimmed over with absolutes and passive periphrastics.  Show you how far I am from school.  I’m doing the optional exercises in the back … Continue reading

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Winter’s Loon

Samhain                                       Waxing Moon of the Winter Solstice It’s the best time of the year.  Ring a ling, ring a ling, ring a ling.  Yes, because the woods are lovely, dark and deep.  And because we have promises to keep.  It’s … Continue reading

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Black Friday

Samhain                                                   Waning Thanksgiving Moon Kate had to tell me, again, what black Friday means.  Apparently (and you probably already know this) it’s the date retailers calculate they slip over from being in the red to being in the black.  When … Continue reading

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Holiseason: The Sacred Walks Among Us

Samhain                                           Waxing Thanksgiving Moon Holiseason has gotten underway with the usual signs:  bare trees, halloween candy going stale in the bowl, Santa Claus and Christmas music showing up well before Thanksgiving, a few turkey related cartoons.  The concentrated portion of … Continue reading

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Photocentrism

Fall                                              New (Harvest) Moon OK,I made this up.  Photocentrism is a focus on the virtue of light that, by implication, puts darkness in a negative or bad relative position.  Just because I made it up, however, does not mean I’m … Continue reading

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We wait.

Winter                                      Waxing Moon of Long Nights SCATTERED AMOUNTS IN EXCESS OF 20 INCHES PROBABLE. THIS EVENT MAY BECOME COMPARABLE TO THE HALLOWEEN SNOW STORM OF 1991 Yes, we have the occasional tornado and derecho.   Those are the most damaging and … Continue reading

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