Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sixth High Day recap: Autumn Equinox

Autumn Equinox has always been one of my favourite seasonal celebrations, marking as it does the start of my favourite season, a time of blustery days and still-warm sun, of golden leaves and crunchy woodland walks. This year, my local … Continue reading

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Sixth High Day: Autumn Equinox

The Autumnal Equinox usually occurs around 20/21 September, but this year is as late as the 23rd. It marks the second point in the year when day and night are of equal length, the first being the Spring Equinox. The … Continue reading

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Heathen Round Table: September

I thought that the Heathen Round Table had stopped, but turns out it’s just moved from WordPress to Tumblr and is now HERE. This month’s prompt: Somebody requested a discussion of Wyrd and Orlog. what do these concepts mean to you? … Continue reading

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I’ve always had problems with the so-called “hard polytheism” that pervades certain forms of paganism, especially when so often you hear the loudest hard polytheist voices saying that theirs is the only *real true way* of being a pagan. The … Continue reading

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Nine Virtues: Integrity

The DP textbook, Our Own Druidry, defines integrity as “Honour, being trustworthy to oneself and others, involving oath-keeping, honesty, fairness, respect and self-confidence”. The Oxford Dictionary defines it as “The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles”. The … Continue reading

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