Mar 24, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Spring equinox is a time for fertility and sowing seeds, and so nature's fertility goes a little crazy. In medieval societies in Europe, the March hare was viewed as a major fertility symbol -- this is a species of rabbit that is nocturnal most of the year, but in March when mating season begins, there are bunnies everywhere all day long. The female of the species is superfecund and can conceive a second litter while still pregnant with a first. As if that wasn't enough, the males tend to get frustrated when rebuffed by their mates, and bounce around erratically when discouraged.
Since the Full Moon is the Wednesday after this celebration we will be incorporation aspects of the Full Moon in our Ritual. We will also be having a potluck supper after the ritual so please bring food or drink to share with us.
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE POT LUCK WILL BE BEFORE THE RITUAL DUE TO THE TIME OF THIS EVENT*