Dea Luna

Goddess of Spring: Aine

I am a beautiful flower called the “Plakasah” (Azalea), I am of frills and tendrils, a gentle soul, a lovely one. I am the flower of the sun, the one my soul mates give to me on mother’s day, for I am the one who made the beautiful earth, and they, think this is one of the loveliest.

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magik

Crystal Quartz “The Virgin”

Crystal quartz (“Cashooteeeeah” – the one in the sky who is the crystal clear one, the one who is clear and pure and the virgin, the one who is not clouded in her judgment, the one who is solid and beautiful) has much symbolism to me as The Goddess.

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the goddess

I am Hecate

Hecate (Kashkashkoontatee) is the “Kooshamah” (the one in the sky who will lie), the “Flook (the one who is a disgusting person, who will do what she has to do to get by) the “Fonkt” (I am a person who is unsure of who I am because people hate my vagina call me names that are untrue, like kind), the Lah (the non-feminist, the one who hates women, the “shookatah” or asshole, the “vigida” or vagina-hater), the Soontapleeasah (the fucked up one, the shaky one, the nutjob). I am the Kontekaplah (the person who hates mankind) and I am ready to fuck you up, as you humans say.

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Merriment

Yule: Celebrating the Return of the Sun and the Winter Solstice

Yule, or the winter solstice, takes place on the longest and darkest night of the year. This festival celebrates the birth of the sun, warmth and the return of the growing season. Each day after Yule the sunlight continually grows a little brighter and stronger. In Pagan tradition, the goddess gives birth to the Sun God, or the Oak King, and with the birth of the solstice sun, the light is reborn. Yule takes place on December 21st, or the winter solstice, of every year.

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