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    It is time for Imbolc!

    
    Springs impending return! This ancient festival, Celtic in origin, is considered one of the greater sabbats. This celebration marks the early signs of spring and the lengthening of days. The lighting of fire and candles represent the return of the sun. We honor the Goddess as the waiting bride of the returning sun God. Other names for this time are: St. Bridget’s Day, Candlemas, Candlelaria, the Snowdrop Festival, the Festival of Lights or the Feast of the Virgin. During this celebration we honor the goddess Brigid. To celebrate Imbolc you should set your alter with white candles. Decorate with holly, nuts fruit and a small bowl of wheat berries. Place three ears of corn on the door as a symbol of the Triple Goddess and leave until Ostara. Cleanse the area where you do reading with a censor burning rosemary or vervain, and say: “By the power of this smoke I wash away the negative influences that this place be cleansed...
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  • It is time for Imbolc!

    
    Springs impending return! This ancient festival, Celtic in origin, is considered one of the greater sabbats. This celebration marks the early signs of spring and the lengthening of days. The lighting of fire and candles represent the return of the sun. We honor the Goddess as the waiting bride of the returning sun God. Other names for this time are: St. Bridget’s Day, Candlemas, Candlelaria, the Snowdrop Festival, the Festival of Lights or the Feast of the Virgin. During this celebration we honor the goddess Brigid. To celebrate Imbolc you should set your alter with white candles. Decorate with holly, nuts fruit and a small bowl of wheat berries. Place three ears of corn on the door as a symbol of the Triple Goddess and leave until Ostara. Cleanse the area where you do reading with a censor burning rosemary or vervain, and say: “By the power of this smoke I wash away the negative influences that this place be cleansed...
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    Do you want to attend a circle for Imbolc but don't know where to find one? Are you hosting a circle and want to let people know? Try our open circle directory!

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    This month's Sign: Pisces - The Fish
    19 February - 20 March
     

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    Planet: Jupiter & Neptune
    Element: Water
    Cross: Mutable
    Weekday: Thursday
    Colors: Purple, violet, amethyst, white, green
    Metal: Tin
    Age Pisces controls: 55-62 years
    Crystals: Sapphire, emerald, amethyst
    Flowers: Heliotrope, carnation, opium
    Tree: Willow, elm Birds: Swan, stork, sandpiper
    Body Area: feet, immune and lymphatic systems
    Archangel: Amnitziel
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