Every now and then there is a chart that would be a lovely addition to a Book of Shadows. This one is easy to read, and a good reference when you are looking to add herbs to your workings. Enjoy!  

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While searching a specific topic to share for this Summer Solstice there was so much rich information it made it hard to decide. Instead, it seemed appropriate to give an overview of symbolism for this special time of year. We found the following information has been shared from Hearth and Home Witchery. Midsummer speaks to…

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A well-known tradition that occurs during the spring, whether for Ostara, or Easter, is the coloring of eggs. The humble egg has been the most recognizable symbol for rebirth, worldwide (McCoy, 2003). We have our ancestors to thank for this holiday custom. Through their observances of the world around them, and how they honored their…

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OCLC CoG wants to know what posts and information you have enjoyed from the past two years, here on our site. We value our readers and want to bring you news and information about our community and those who help in its service. Please take a moment to select items you have enjoyed most. We…

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by OCLC’s Herbal and Essential Oil blogger, Gwenn Essential Oils (EOs) have become an increasingly popular topic in the world of holistic healing. Although their use dates back to antiquity, there is currently a significant revival of interest and research into the global varieties of essential oils (EOs). Historically, ancient Egypt is credited with being the…

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There are many traditions for Samhain such as ancestor alters, costumes, and especially food and drink. One way we remember our ancestors is through the making of our favorite foods for Samhain. The ingredients may have meaning, as well as the process used to combine and bake/cook these tasty treats. Here are a couple of…

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