Ostara: Creating New Pagan Family Traditions

Ostara: Creating New Pagan Family Traditions

by Jodi Lee
     
 

Ostara is also known as the Vernal or Spring Equinox, Eostre, Alban Eiber, Bacchanalia, Lady Day, and Festival of Trees. It is celebrated on or about March 20-23, depending on the lunar cycle.

The Vernal Equinox is the official first day of spring, exactly six weeks since Imbolc, so really it doesn’t matter whether or not the Groundhog saw his shadow;

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Overview

Ostara is also known as the Vernal or Spring Equinox, Eostre, Alban Eiber, Bacchanalia, Lady Day, and Festival of Trees. It is celebrated on or about March 20-23, depending on the lunar cycle.

The Vernal Equinox is the official first day of spring, exactly six weeks since Imbolc, so really it doesn’t matter whether or not the Groundhog saw his shadow; spring officially begins now. The light and dark, feminine and masculine are equal; the energies of earth, sky, water and air are balanced perfectly.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033047413
Publisher:
Jodi Lee
Publication date:
02/12/2012
Series:
Creating New Pagan Family Traditions
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
474,384
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

An editor and occasional writer, Jodi Lee has spent her entire life on the Canadian Prairies, which she credits for her over-active imagination. She’s often found slicing and dicing prose in her editorial work, or mucking about with book covers, graphics and websites in her design freelancing.

Her fiction has appeared in Night to Dawn, Nocturnal Ooze and Necrotic Tissue, as well as numerous anthologies both past and forthcoming. Her non-fiction has found many and varying outlets over the past decade.

She is the owner/editor-in-chief of Belfire Press and it's magazine imprint, The New Bedlam Project.

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