We are now just past the midway point between the solstice in December and the coming March equinox. Daylight hours are now expanding at an increasingly noticeable rate, bringing a welcome reminder that Spring is not so far away again. Despite the winter cold, aconites, crocuses, snowdrops and the first delicate pink Hellebores are lighting … Continue reading The Energies of February 2021
At first, we all thought the Tucson Gem and Mineral Showcase was completely canceled for obvious reasons. But then, recently, news passed down that some of the shows decided to postpone events into April. (There are some still deciding what to do.) As the showcase gets closer, the remaining shows may decide on their dates … Continue reading Tucson Gem and Mineral Showcase
This Imbolc recipe might appear to be late (considering it is February 3rd) but I suggest it is right on time. After all, Imbolc or Imbolg, ( an ancient Celtic holiday welcoming the first stirrings spring) was originally a “moveable feast” determined not by fixed dates on the calendar but by shifting heavenly events, specifically the midpoint between … Continue reading Brigid’s Magical Blackberry Scones w/ Bay Leaf Infused Custard Sauce: A Matter Of Celestial Timing – Gather Victoria
Are you looking for love or trying to mend a broken heart? In a new relationship or in the middle of a life-long love story? We have the gemstones for you. Source: Gemstones for Love - Our magnificent 7 Gems of the Heart
We wish you all a very Happy New Year and hope that you are feeling rested, rejuvenated and ready to take on whatever opportunities and challenges 2021 has in store for us. 2020 was an unusual year in so many ways, so much so that looking back it seems that it has acted as a … Continue reading Hello January 2021
Winter may be icy cold with short dark days but we have roaring fires, snowy mountains, hot cocoa, and some seriously beautiful gemstones to get us through to spring. Source: Gemstones for Winter - 8 great choices to cheer up a cold night
On Sept. 15, 2020, NASA, in partnership with Future Engineers, launched the Artemis Moon Pod Essay Contest. The contest, which is open to all (public, private, and home school) students in grades K-12, asks participants to imagine they are leading a one-week expedition to the Moon’s South Pole. In the essay, students will need to describe … Continue reading NASA Has A Challenge For You.