Wiccans ring in season

Wiccans ring in season

There are 10 comments on the www.tacomadailyindex.com story from Mar 25, 2008, titled Wiccans ring in season. In it, www.tacomadailyindex.com reports that:

Angela Gallant, priestess of the Temple of the Sacred Well, shows the altar that will be part of Saturday's ritual. ... "We are an earth-based goddess religion," said Gallant. "On Saturday, we are celebrating Ostara, which is the reawakening of the goddess. ...

Join the discussion below, or Read more at www.tacomadailyindex.com.

Ruth

San Marcos, TX

#1 Mar 25, 2008
Are you kidding me? Is this like a Greek mythology thing? Temple of the Sacred Well? sounds like a Harry Potter movie....

“Ive Never been lost.”

Since: Feb 08

Gtown

#2 Mar 25, 2008
It’s a celebration that has been around longer than the following
Of “Gods” Son…
However I do want to point out.. Jesus was Not the only one called
“The Son of God”… At one time, All Roman emperors were called the Son of god,, And Simon was called the Son of God.. When Jesus was believed by some. To be the son of God .. This Wiccan (pagan) belief had already been around
For many many years.
Would also like to add, Temples have many names, as do churches…

I am not Wiccan, However ive been studying up on Wiccan Not Witch craft..
And I’ve found that many of the Christian celebration derived from the “Pagan”
Celebrations…

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#3 Mar 25, 2008
Ruth wrote:
Are you kidding me? Is this like a Greek mythology thing? Temple of the Sacred Well? sounds like a Harry Potter movie....
No, it's a religious holiday celebration. The religion in this case being Wicca. Expand your horizons.

“Judgy not lest ye be judgied!”

Since: Feb 08

Farmington, NM

#4 Mar 25, 2008
No, it sounds like a beautiful sacred place celebrating a Sabbat.

“Dont judge me.”

Since: Dec 07

New Port Richey, FL

#5 Mar 25, 2008
My Ostara was quite interesting, not the best ive had but hey you get whats given to ya.

Not a bad article either i liked it ^^ its nice to hear the good side of people talking about out religion.

“Rescue a dog, save a life”

Since: Jun 07

Allentown, Lehighton, now WV

#6 Mar 25, 2008
We celebrated here as well on Thursday, which was Ostara, the first day of Spring and the equinox.

Even if one isn't religious, who doesn't welcome and celebrate the Spring?

“Ive Never been lost.”

Since: Feb 08

Gtown

#7 Mar 25, 2008
Mountain Gramma wrote:
We celebrated here as well on Thursday, which was Ostara, the first day of Spring and the equinox.
Even if one isn't religious, who doesn't welcome and celebrate the Spring?
Aspolutely right!
Stepping out into the Sun, Warming your face.
Who wouldnt celebrate that..
Bring a smile to your face thinking about it.

“Rescue a dog, save a life”

Since: Jun 07

Allentown, Lehighton, now WV

#8 Mar 25, 2008
And a gorgeous day here; sunny and over 40, not a cloud in the sky! I'll send it up there, Maraty.

(I really have to get outa here and do something today, lol. Days off are great tho, just so good to be here today with so many nice folks)

“Ive Never been lost.”

Since: Feb 08

Gtown

#9 Mar 25, 2008
thank you...

I dont mind Winter one Bit.. We need the snow..
But im plenty ready for Summer...
Divine Alien

Cheras, Malaysia

#10 Apr 8, 2008
Maraty wrote:
It’s a celebration that has been around longer than the following
Of “Gods” Son…
However I do want to point out.. Jesus was Not the only one called
“The Son of God”… At one time, All Roman emperors were called the Son of god,, And Simon was called the Son of God.. When Jesus was believed by some. To be the son of God .. This Wiccan (pagan) belief had already been around
For many many years.
Would also like to add, Temples have many names, as do churches…
I am not Wiccan, However ive been studying up on Wiccan Not Witch craft..
And I’ve found that many of the Christian celebration derived from the “Pagan”
Celebrations…
You must realize that all forms of religions are paganism. Each of the religion have similarities/coincidence to their formation. You pagan also called the christianity as pagan in your own term, in the same way we xtian call you a pagan with respect to our belief. I mean, I can call you a pagan and likewise you can call me a pagan with respect to our religion. I am sure there are some pagan following the way of the xtianity.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Spring Equinox Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Austin ends warmest winter on record, meteorolo... (Mar '17) Mar '17 Warmest phaart 1
News Tom Burns: Blame the moon for the confusion (Mar '16) Mar '16 Tanya Yorky 1
News The Weird Ways Animals Tell Us Spring Is Here (Mar '15) Mar '15 DILF 2
News Spring puts the petal to the metal (Mar '13) Mar '13 Sunflower 1
News Photos: 4th International Nowruz Festival in As... (Mar '13) Mar '13 MAKEDONIA ALWAYS ... 1
News North Adams: Sundial to be topic of illustrated... (Mar '13) Mar '13 Good Idea 2
News The Origin of 'Easter,' Bunnies and Eggs (Apr '12) Apr '12 yolanda castaneda 1