Holy Healing is on the agenda this week! A Heart-Clearing conversation may find you weepy but washed clean. There’s a real “suck out the poison” type vibe to our work this work, so engage in that at whatever level is healthy for you. Deities like Kybele, Attis, and Asklepios are here to assist in shedding … Read more
Head to the Ostara page to watch this year’s class, old classes, and read up on various Holy Days and Tarot cards featured at this time of year.
The Megalesia was a multi-week festival celebrating the Phrygian Goddess, Cybele and her eunuch Son/Lover Attis, a vegetation God that died at Winter and was resurrected at Spring. Romans brought the festival from Anatolia (modern-day Turkey). We have some reasonably complete records of the Roman Megalesia. However, time left us few records from the thousands … Read more
The Megalesia (in conjunction with another Spring Equinox festival called Hilaria) was the name the Romans gave to a week-long festival celebrating the Phrygian Goddess, Cybele and her eunuch Son/Lover Attis, a vegetation God that died at Winter and was resurrected at Spring. The rite was brought to Rome from Anatolia (modern-day Turkey). There are … Read more
Did you feel that? The shift in the temperature? The shift in the energy? Ostara is here! Notice the daffodils, the forsythia, the tulips popping up? Spring is coming, and for many people in the Northern Hemisphere, Ostara season marks the Earth’s return to life. This is expressed in hundreds of deities and archetypes, back … Read more