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Incense of the Day

Color of the day: Gold Incense of the day: Sage When the first red and green lights start appearing on roof-tops, and when cars begin to meander through city streets with evergreens strapped to the roof, non-Christians get a bit tense. And why not? The accoutrements of this Christian holiday all originated from Pagan practices. But this is an argument we'll never win, so heavily is the culture infused with the symbols and spirit of traditional Christmas. So it's probably best to stop fighting ...

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Color of the day: Yellow Incense of the day: Cedar Over the last fifty years, television has provided us with many game shows in which the fate of contestants rests on the random outcome of a spinning wheel. This wheel of fortune concept dates back to the ancient Middle East. On this cold Yule night, light some candles and pull out an old board game that has a spinning wheel, or else devise one for your-self out of poster board and appropriate items from a craft store. Mark what each section ...

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Color of the day: Green Incense of the day: Dill The autumn feast we now refer to as Thanksgiving has roots that go far deeper into the past than a presidential decree. The feast of thanks grew out of the old European harvest home festivals that were Pagan in origin, and that retained their Pagan character. Many of the Puritans in the Massachusetts Bay Colony proposed this feast of thanks to their god for helping them prepare for the harsh winter ahead, and to the presence of the local Native ...

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Color of the day: Orange Incense of the day: Rose Thousands of rituals and spells have been composed for Samhain. On this night when the boundaries of life and death are blurred we honor our ancestors, and we remember others who have passed over that we never knew. What has been part of our past shapes our future. This Samhain we might also want to look forward. Someday we will be the past that helped shape someone else's future. Janus was the two-faced Roman god for whom January is named. ...

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Kwanzaa, a celebration of family, community, and culture, begins today. Created to bring focus to the collectively held values of many African cultures, Kwanzaa celebrates, honors, and seeks to...
       
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