Imbolc - Creating New Pagan Family Traditions
By Jodi Lee
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Published: Jan. 12, 2012
Words: 4,699 (approximate)
ierne (Morrighan Corvidae) of Glas Celli presents a short handbook to introduce Imbolc-themed traditional pagan information, ritual, meal plan and activities for new pagan families.
Also known as Candlemas, Brigid’s Fire, Oimelc, Lupercalia and—here in North America—Groundhog’s Day, this Sabbat is celebrated on the 2nd of February. The rituals surrounding this day evoke light, fire, hearth, health, cleansing and crafting.
Though the nights have been getting shorter since Yule, it’s only after Imbolc that it truly becomes noticeable. In some places, the weather has already begun to warm, with the first rains of spring melting snow and baring the earliest flowering buds.
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