Archive | August 1, 2014

Next On The Ænigma Project – The Lost Gospels – Take 2

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The Ænigma Project – The Lost Gospels – Had to be postponed last week.
Seems the powers that be didn’t want us talking about this last week. We moved the episode to this coming Monday August 4th. We hope you’ll tune in. 

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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Queen of Pentacles

Queen of Pentacles

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Celebration is right around the corner, but it’s not here yet. Be careful you don’t let the day dreams interfere with the work that you need to get done before the sunsets and the weekend arrives. There will be time for contemplation, relaxation and fun in the evening. During the day pay attention, be focused on your tasks and you’ll be able to get everything done in time for the party to begin. Other wise you might miss out because you still have work to do.

Additional Insight:

As the ruler of your domain, you don’t get to sit back and relax through the day and expect things to get done on their own. There’s no rest for the weary today, even when you’re the boss. You work harder than anyone else to keep things moving and make sure everyone in your kingdom is taken care of. That might be a challenge these days, but you’re getting it done.

Today will require focus and fortitude to keep the cart going if you’re to bring in the first harvest of the season in the North, or complete the plans for the spring planting of the South. If you don’t pay attention to your actions during the day, you’ll be the one missing out on the fun this weekend. Be careful you don’t have to work way into the evening and maybe even the wee hours of the morning to complete your tasks that everyone else is depending on.

I know you’re tired and you want a break. You’ll have one this weekend AFTER you clear task list. If you need help making sure everything gets done, take 10minutes (no more) to make a list and prioritize what must be accomplished before Monday. Check off the little things first and you’ll have more time to complete the big things that will require more concentration. Make you take a short light lunch to help you keep your energy up and you’ll find the endurance to work hard and meet your goals. Continue reading

Merry Lammas & Imbolg 2014

Arctic Wolf Fire

“Arctic Wolf Fire”
By Tom-in-Silence

The Festivals of Fire and Light
Celebrations of August 1st or 2nd

These Sabbats (Pagan Holidays) are observed on August 1st or 2nd, depending on one’s personal Tradition (spiritual denomination). The early pagans were not blessed with NASA or the Naval Observatory, so their celebrations varied slightly from places to place and Tradition to Tradition. Over time these holidays began to find stability as official calendars become more commonplace throughout Indo-European countries.

Even though many parts of the world transitioned to Solar calendars, Pagans still celebrated their rituals on a Lunar cycle. Thus our holiday observances actually begin  at sunset on the evening before the scheduled day of the Sabbat. And that too can depend on where you are in the world.

May Your Season Be Blessed with Abundance and Happiness

Here in the Northern Hemisphere we are still enjoying the warmth of the summer months. Our days are long and Sun is with us into the later hours of the evening. The sun begins to set near 8:00pm; for instance sunset here on the east coast of the U.S., sunset is officially 8:14pm.  Where as in the Southern Hemisphere of Winter sunset is officially at 5:32pm. I don’t know about you; but I’ve always enjoyed the fall and winter holidays the most. They start earlier and there’s more time to sing, dance and be merry!

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