lol we should propably add to this ~ there are soo many interesting things on paganism
hiya Chimmy and all,
I am really interested to see this...I feel drawn to it. Could you give me a synopsis of what Paganism's main beliefs are? Or is that impossible? I guess I'm just wondering how do you know if you have the base for Pagan beliefs?
~~ Siobhán (sh-iv-on) ~~
DD2 Feb 2006 (born at 34 weeks - due April 06)
I'm printing this! great info.
I'm also wondering the same thing.Originally Posted by niamh&aidan
Kristina, (formerly known as ~Kristina~)
doula and apprentice midwife
Wife to Jesse 8.18.01
Mom to Ayden 12.18.01, Kailey 7.1.03,
Ashlyn 6.11.05, Dylan 9.29.07 & Riley 12.8.09
it amazes me how hardheaded and prejudiced people can be *shakes head in amazement*. they don't even really know what they are fighting against, they just swing blindly is what it looks like to me. oh well, it's going to happen to everyone at somepoint i guess.Originally Posted by chimmy
I am adding the websites listed in another thread, so that we can save them here.
Please let me know if any are broken. And please add more if you have some!
Pagan Children's Books
How to make prayer beads
Traditional Foods Sabbats and Esbats Fesitval
Samhain-October 31st:Pork, Squash, Turnip, Pumpkin, Rye Bread, Pomegranates, Cider or Apple Juice
Yule-December 19-22:Horned Game, Potatoes, Carrots Fruitbread, Dried Fruit & Nuts, Mulled Wine
Imbolc-February 1st:Lamb, Mushrooms and Rice, Nut Bread, Figs and Raisins, Port Wine
Ostara-March 21st:Fowl, Asparagus, Chard, Olives, Hot Cross Buns and Spice Breads, Grapes, Fruit Wine or Fruit Juice
Beltane-May 1st:Rabbit or Other Small Game, Fiddle-heads, Egg breads, Berries, Berries Juice, Woodruff or Herbal Wines
Midsummer-June 19-22:Beef, Spinach, Broccoli, Whole Wheat Bread, Cherries, Beer
Lughnasadh-August 1st:Veal, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Barley Bread, Peaches, Beer
Mabon-September 21st:Goat, Corn, Root Crops, Corn Bread Apples, Ale or apple juice