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Color of the Day
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The daughters of Memory, the nine Greek muses, are as follows: Clio: “fame-giver”Euterpe: “joy-giver”Thalia: “the festive”Melpomene: “singing”Terpsichore: “lover of dancing”Erato: “awakener of desire”Polyhymnia: “many hymns”Urania: “heavenly”Calliope: “beautiful voiced” We honor the muses whenever we visit their home, the museum. Poets, playwrights, and artists have always invoked ...

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Color of the Day
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Vestalia was a Roman festival that honored Vesta, the goddess of hearth and home. Her name comes from a Sanskrit root that means “shining one.” Because landlords and mortgage companies have zero interest in shining goddesses, the sacred element of our home is usually missing until we create it ourselves. At noon today, stand before your home altar with a candle of your favorite color. As you light the candle, invoke Vesta: Gentle Goddess, Shining One—Bless my home and ...

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Is there a Pagan who does not have a garden, whether on a table by the window or outside in a sunny spot? If you’ve planted seeds and transplanted plants from friends or the local nursery, the end of May is high time to give your garden some extra attention: watering, weeding, trimming. While you’re doing your gardening, recite old nursery rhymes to the plants. Here are two. Find more online and encourage your garden to grow and bloom. Mistress Mary, quite contrary,How does your ...

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Who doesn’t feel the love in th e air after Beltane? That celebration of love and fertility can last all month. Are you in the mood for love with someone who’s near you? Someone far away? Are you feeling May’s currents of passion? Set up your altar with all the love trinkets you can find—candy hearts, chocolate kisses, bright jewelry, photos of the one you love, cut flowers in a vase, or anything else you’re inspired to add. As you light a pink candle (of course), ...

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The Egyptian goddesses Isis, Ma'at, and Taueret are used for their symbolism in this poetic meditation on the starry sky. Taueret, O hippo mother, Crocodilian on your back like a shawl as you walk...
       
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