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Everything Pagan Coffee Moot

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  • Marianne B. H.

    Nice people - good conversation

    February 3, 2014

  • Don P.

    Folks my apologies, my schedule gets changed randomly. My plans were shot to heeck. Birthday cake and coffee and more coffee with you fine folks

    February 1, 2014

  • Racar

    Was a very relaxing and educational evening, I'm looking forward to the next meetup

    February 1, 2014

  • Daedalus

    "Imbolg(Imbolc) was not originally a Sabbat as we think of one today, but a special day set aside to honor the Goddess - Brigid - who was slowly turning the Wheel of the Year back to spring. Winter was a harsh season for our pagan ancestors, one during which many died of disease and malnutrition. Therefore, it is not surprising that most of the customs surrounding this Sabbat are designed as acts of sympathetic magician to lure back the sun, and speed up the coming of the balmy warmth of spring." ("Sabbats" - Edain McCoy, 2006)

    This winter has surely been harsh all across the nation,but thankfully, unlike our past ancestors we don't have many dying as a result - barring the few who succumbed to the flu this season.
    Brightest Blessing to get her families for their loss.

    For our next meeting let's discuss how we as individuals - or with others - observe this change.

    January 26, 2014

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