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Summer Solstice By Ben Hirsch
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Third collection of poems by Ben Hirsch
Summer Solstice By Ben Hirsch
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Third collection of poems by Ben Hirsch
Noõsphére. The Summer Solstice SOLARIUS By Ana-Stasi Fennell
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The summer solstice is a time to celebrate the light of consciousness within ourselves and within each and every person, and to reflect upon the potential for consciousness to awaken. The progress of... More > the sun throughout the year symbolizes the process of attaining enlightenment, and the summer solstice is the final climax of this journey as the day of most light in the year. It symbolizes the ascension found in many great spiritual teachings. At the spring equinox, the resurrection and return of the Son/Sun to the Mother Goddess (Divine Feminine Principle of the Universe) is celebrated. Following this, the Summer Solstice symbolizes the Return/Ascension to the Great Universal Spirit - the Deep Connection with the Source of Light.< Less
Summer Solstice and The Three Giants By Y.L Parker
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Summer Solstice escapes an evil stepmother and finds refuge in the woods.
Gods and Candy - Summer Solstice By Mellisa K. Wagner
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Hades has a weakness for ice cream. Hera adores Tootsie Pops. And Dionysus is rarely seen on the Overworld without his customary bottle of Jack Daniel’s and a Twinkie. And you can’t... More > forget Aphrodite – she’s addicted to Hershey’s Kisses. All is well in their world until a mysterious goddess is imprisoned in a statue in Rome. A band of immortals must save the goddess before the Summer Solstice. But what happens when a marijuana smoking Demeter, Persephone (goddess of the Underworld), and some daft Sirens try to thwart the plan? It’s the Greek gods like you’ve never seen them – where they possess human emotions and weaknesses and are in our world. Zeus, Ares, Apollo, Hera, and Aphrodite (with the help of Dionysus and Morpheus) vow to release the goddess and watch over the Chosen One. But other forces want nothing more than to thwart them. As midnight quickly approaches, a battle begins in an ancient Roman Temple with powers and tempers flaring. Who will survive?< Less
Summer Solstice 4th Edition By Carol Pearce-Worthington
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A host of impressions of one summer week in Georgetown, Wisconsin, windmills, cornfields, a tornado, a green apple tree, a collie named Shep, all contained in the brief form of Americanized version... More > of classical Japanese haiku.< Less
THE HERMETIC TABLET Summer Solstice 2016 By Nick Farrell
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The Hermetic Tablet is a bi-annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while... More > others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public. This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Jake Stratton-Kent, Aaron Leitch, Nick Farrell, Annie Horniman, Chris Newton, Jayne Gibson, Tony Fuller, Ina Cüsters-Van Bergen , Morgan Drake Eckstein, and Spencer M. Graves. The Journal covers subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic.< Less
THE HERMETIC TABLET 2015 SUMMER SOLSTICE By edit Nick Farrell
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The Hermetic Tablet is a bi-annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while... More > others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public. This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Jake Stratton-Kent, Mike Magee, Chic & Sandra Tabatha Cicero, Aaron Leitch, Christine Zalewski, Nick Farrell, Paola Farrell, Jayne Gibson, Tony Toneatto, Michael Straw, Samuel Scarborough, Tony Fuller, Wynn Westcott, Ina Cüsters-Van Bergen , Morgan Drake Eckstein, and Carman Lawrick. The Journal covers a wide range of different subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic.< Less
THE HERMETIC TABLET 2015 SUMMER SOLSTICE By Nick Farrell
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The Hermetic Tablet is a bi-annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while... More > others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public. This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Jake Stratton-Kent, Mike Magee, Chic & Sandra Tabatha Cicero, Aaron Leitch, Christine Zalewski, Nick Farrell, Paola Farrell, Jayne Gibson, Tony Toneatto, Michael Straw, Samuel Scarborough, Tony Fuller, Wynn Westcott, Ina Cüsters-Van Bergen , Morgan Drake Eckstein, and Carman Lawrick. The Journal covers a wide range of different subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Summer Solstice 2015 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Summertime presents a wealth of faces and opportunities. It is the warmth of racing across a meadow, full of life. It is the lazy languor of relaxing in a hammock, watching the bees buzz. Our... More > visual artists share the joys of summertime. Mark Berkerey looks to the bees, as they quietly go about their floral duties. Christine Catalano gives us a graceful moth who treasures its wings for a brief two weeks. In poetry, we soak in moonlight on an untouched pillow. We take the hand of a salt-wet child of the sea. We feel the sticky sweat of a hot summer's day. We feel the power of a phoenix rising from its ashes. Fiction takes us on journeys of the heart. An artist finds her new path. A man doesn't understand the hunger of unrequited love. As always, it's non-fiction that truly takes one's breath away. A woman who left her family behind to be with her true love contemplates the forks in life's paths. A woman's mother grew up in true poverty in El Salvador.< Less