Here we are at another Imbolc, watching the world as it begins to be renewed. It is now the holiday of Imbolc and at this time many turn to thoughts of the Maiden Goddess, Brid. It is a time to celebrate the increasing light, the return of the precious sun. Let us each take a… Continue reading Blessed Imbolc!
There are some changes afoot around here, for various reasons. One big reason is simply that it’s time for a change. Not change for its own sake, but positive, lasting change that hopefully will re-energize our goals here with PaganCentric and help us to get back on track. The most obvious change you’ll notice is… Continue reading Grounding And Clearing, And Generally Cleaning Up The Place
At last, I know that my family were not the only weirdos in the Appalachians. Just joking! The lore of bottle trees have been a part of my family tradition for generations, and it’s become Folk Art up here in the mountains of North Carolina. I’ve known Christian families who do this, as well, though… Continue reading The Lore of The Bottle Tree, A Revered Appalachian Tradition
Most of the folks who visit the PaganCentric web site know that I usually avoid any form of well wishes on Pagan holidays. Not because I’m an old grump or anything (though there’s enough evidence to support that contention). There are a couple of reasons for this. Foremost among them is simply the fact that… Continue reading Wishing You a Happy Beltane / May Day and The Best for 2012!