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On this day, ancient Rome had a festival called Feralia that was somewhat like the Day of the Dead. This marked the end of the nine-day festival Parentalia. It was a traditional time to honor one’s ancestors and pay homage to them. Ferre means “to carry” or “to ferry,” as in ferrying the dead across the river to the underworld. According to Ovid, people would visit tombs with offerings to appease the ghosts. Gifts included flowers, wine-soaked pieces of bread, ...

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The sun is a solar deity, honored since the beginning of human time. It’s 93 million miles away, yet its presence is undeniably felt and depended upon. We mark our days and years by the sun, some people even choosing to call their birthdays “solar returns.” Countless civilizations have had rituals, rites, and beliefs that embody and honor the sun. The sun is self-sufficient and fiercely independent. Its light brightens the darkest corners and chases shadows away. Today, in ...

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Spiritual cleansing of the home is often done with smoke, smudging or misting an area to clear away unwanted vibrations. Did you know this can also be achieved by using sound? Next time you’re in a thrift store, see if you can find a small hand-held bell. These are often made of brass or other metals, and make a resonating, clanging noise when you shake them. Cleanse your bell in the moonlight, then carry it around your home. In each room, ring the bell as hard and loud as you can, and ...

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It’s a new moon! Time for fresh beginnings and starting projects. Make a new moon stone to absorb this refreshing energy and boost your activities. This is also a good way to shake off procrastination and get an endeavor off the ground. Find a dark-colored stone that fits in the palm of your hand. It can be a fancy crystal or just a smooth rock you find. Take it outdoors on the night of the new moon and hold it up to the sky. Imagine the energy of the new moon beaming into the stone, ...

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The life of Hypatia is well documented. The dean of the Neoplatonic School of Alexandria, she was a woman of mathematics, philosophy, and astronomy. Hypatia was educated by her father, and was an...
        
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