The Matrilineal Culture of the Algonquian Peoples of Eastern North Carolina | Author Suzanne Adair

The coast of Eastern North Carolina was once home to an abundance of Algonquian tribes. The Iroquoian Tuscarora tribes were more influential within the Upper and Lower Inner Banks and Coastal Plain regions. These various Algonquian-speaking peoples occasionally formed loose affiliations and alliances, which, when paired with their overlapping cultural practices, sometimes blurred the lines …

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Lughnasadh in Ireland – Lora O’Brien – Irish Author & Guide

The 1st of August (sometimes the 2nd) is Lúnasa (Lughnasadh, Lughnasa, Brón Trogain) – the harvest festival in Ireland. In her excellent book, ‘The Festival of Lughnasa’, Máire MacNeill wrote: “Garland Sunday and Domhnach Chrom Dubh are two of the many names of a festival celebrated by Irish country people at the end of July …

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Mythic Symbols in Indo-European Paganism | Chris Godwin

Three Sources of Indo-European Myth This is a simple overview of the most prevalent mythic symbols in Indo-European polytheism and comparative mythology, as it applies to Our Own Magic, which is my pet name for what we do. I like focusing on Irish, Vedic and Germanic myths mostly because they are the best preserved of …

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Time Tourist Outfitters, Ltd.

Wilda had retired from the Temporal Agents for an excellent reason. Amazon Link Amazon.UK; Smashwords; Kobo; Nook/Barnes & Noble; Applebooks Audio formats: Audible; Scribd; GooglePlay; Kobo; Nook; Chirp Retired First Nations Temporal Agent Wilda just wants to run her Toronto shop, garb Time Tourists, and send them on their merry way into the past. She finds contentment in …

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Magic to Heal the World – from Cerne to Cern – Philip Carr-Gomm

‘Root and branch shall change places And the newness of the thing shall seem a miracle. The healing maiden will return, her footsteps bursting into flame. She will weep tears of compassion for the people of the land, Dry up polluted rivers with her breath, Carry the city in her right hand, the forest in …

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