Thursday Feb 20
Witches Are Real, and You Might Know One: An Inside Look at Girls Who Practice Paganism
From the cauldron-stirring "weird sisters" of Macbeth to the goth clique of the The Craft to the campy American Horror Story: Coven crew, witches have long been a part of the pop culture vernacular.
The Martha's Vineyard Times
Garden Notes: Not quite yet, but spring will come
I risk provoking ire when I mutter "weather weenies," but let's get a grip: we used to have winters like this every winter.
Wiccan Full Storm Moon of February
THIS YEAR: Waxing moon period: From new moon 1/30/2014 to full Storm Moon 2/14/2014 Waxing first quarter moon: 2/6/2014 Full Storm Moon: 2/14/2014 Waning moon period: From full Storm Moon: 2/14/2014 to new moon 3/1/2014 Waning last quarter moon: 2/22/2014 Observations: Imbolc on 2/2.
Armenia marks holiday of Trndez February 13
Trndez is a feast of purification in the Armenian Apostolic Church and Armenian Catholic Churches.
The largest baby Jesus in the world is Mexican
This is not a Ron Mueck's sculpture, but the largest baby Jesus in the world is an amazing handcraft work that Mexican artisans made to celebrate the Candlemas festivity in Iztapalapa, the most populated borough in Mexico City.
The Rev Tess Kuin Lawton, Chaplain of Magdalen College School on the joy of snowdrops
EVERY year, I find myself tuning into the debate on the radio about when we can take down our Christmas decorations.