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The Morrighanic Tradition Newsletter ezine Imbolc Issue 2011 our first issue

The Morrighanic Tradition Newsletter ezine Imbolc Issue 2011 our first issue

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Published by LadyMorrighan
The Morrighanic newsletter comes out around the Sabbats
Very informative to those on the Pagan, Wiccan, Goddess Path
The Morrighanic newsletter comes out around the Sabbats
Very informative to those on the Pagan, Wiccan, Goddess Path

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The Morrghanic Tradition  A New Magical and Spiritual Tradition 
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Imbolc 2011
 
 
The Morrghanic Tradition  A New Magical and Spiritual Tradition 
 
Imbolc 2011VOL. 1 ISSUE 1
The Morrghanic Tradition is an eclectic, magical and spiritual tradition dedicated to honoringThe Dark Goddess Morrighan. As well as honoring the Dark Mother in and by all Her names as well, such as Hekate, Inanna, Isis, Kali and others. We work magick for the healing and betterment of our lives and healing of the Earth. We embrace and practice the old ways andembrace some of the new.The Morrghanic Tradition has two Sister Circles. Must be 20 yrs of age and olderhttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/SistersoftheDarkMoonCircleThe New Morrghanic Tradition ezine will be a quarterly newsletter sent via email.Serving the Pagan, Wiccan, and Occult community with pages dedicated to The Craft,Paganism, Celtic myth and lore, Sabbats and much more.If you wish to contribute to the costs of keeping the website and ezine running, contact theHigh Priestess Lady Morrighan at the website.
Lady Morrighan ± web mistress/website owner Tala ± Editor Christine ± Assistant Editor 
 
 
Imbolc 2011
Something's in the air. We can feel it, but it isn't always easy to figure out what that feeling is.We may still be deep in the grip of severe winter weather, but small subtle signs are beginning to show. Buds are swelling on the trees; bits of   green may be popping up in the garden. Birds are singing and building their nests, squirrels are scampering about. We know that we still have while to go, but we know that Spring is coming,the darkness is nearly over, the light is returning.We begin to feel the stirrings of life within Mother Earth. This is Imbolc.Imbolc is one of the ancient Celtic Sabbaths or  festivals. Imbolc has traditionally been a fire  festival, as well as a celebration of home and  hearth. It occurs on the cross quarter, halfway between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. The word Imbolc comes from the Gaelic word "oimele," meaning ewe's milk and was associated with the ewe's beginning their lactation in preparation of giving birth. This was the sign that spring was coming and the sun was returning. This was a time when the people searched for signs of the upcoming planting and  harvest season. It is the time of blessing of the seeds and consecration of their tools and  equipment.In Celtic legend, Imbolc was the day that the Cailleach gathers her firewood for the rest of the winter. Legend has it that if she intends to make the winter last a good while longer, she will make sure the weather on Imbolc is bright and sunny,so she can gather plenty of firewood. Therefore, people are generally relieved if Imbolc is a day of   foul weather, as it means the Cailleach is asleep and winter is almost over.Many cultures around the world have celebrated   festivals similar to Imbolic during this season. .Many cultures celebrated this time of the year as a sign of hope and new beginnings. A rebirth of  the Earth. Some cultures celebrated this season as a time of purification of the land and the people...For modern day pagans, this is the time many honor the Goddess Brigid in her maiden aspect. It is a time to clean and consecrate your magical  tools and your sacred space. A time to plan  gardens and start your seeds. It is a good time to do divination for the year ahead. Give thanks for surviving the time of darkness and prayers for  prosperous season ahead!  A blessed Imbolic to you all.Tala 

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