A Pagan festival traditionally celebrated on the second of February, also known as Imbolc, Lupercus, etc. Dedicated to the Goddess of Fertility and the Horned God, it was anciently known as a feast for the god Pan. Often seen as a celebration of change and of removing of the old to make way for the new.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kris Franken, author of the new Call of Intuition.
As humanity awakens to a new way of living on earth, we are rediscovering the healing power of local communities.
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