Wheel of the Year [NOOK Book]

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From the beginning of time the seasons of the year have affected our planet and the life forms on it.

As human kind became less nomadic and more hunter/gathers we began to learn and work with the seasons. We planted in the early Spring, tended our crops through Summer, reaped our crops in the Autumn, and struggled to survive the Winter. We called upon the Gods throughout ...
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Wheel of the Year

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Overview

From the beginning of time the seasons of the year have affected our planet and the life forms on it.

As human kind became less nomadic and more hunter/gathers we began to learn and work with the seasons. We planted in the early Spring, tended our crops through Summer, reaped our crops in the Autumn, and struggled to survive the Winter. We called upon the Gods throughout the growing season to help us to have a bountiful harvest. We called upon them again in the Winter to guide us through the darkness.

Although our personal survival is no longer bound as closely to the land, the seasons still affect us. Winter is a dark and isolated time when many people become depressed and let go of this life. Spring makes us itch for freedom and we play hooky from other responsibilities to revel in the joy of new energy. Summer makes us lazy and content. We want to go out and take a nap in the grass while the warm breezes caress us. Autumn brings us back to our hearth fires and home and we begin nesting for Winter.

This cycle continues year after year. The Wiccan’s name for this cycle of the seasons is The Wheel of the Year.

This class is part of my Wicca 101 series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012508720
  • Publisher: Mobile Magick
  • Publication date: 4/19/2011
  • Series: Wicca 101 , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 362,058
  • File size: 44 KB

Meet the Author

Kathy Cybele was raised in an Irish household where her mother filled her days with fairytales, Brownies (both the chocolate and the small mischievous kind) and magick. Thus, when Kathy found the path of Witchcraft in 1988, she knew she had come home.

In 1992 Kathy joined a Celtic/Garderian coven, received her degrees, and was elevated to the rank of elder and High Priestess. Kathy founded and lead The Circle of the Sacred Meadow from 1998 – 2010.

Kathy still enjoys teaching in local venues and has taught over 200 classes.
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