In the depths of winter does the earth begin to stir. Imbolc celebrates the gradual awakening of the earth, as the light of the sun strengthens. This is Imbolc through my lens, in country Australia...
I held my Imbolc ritual during last night's full moon. It was a beautiful ritual, made even more special by this being a watery blue moon. Imbolc is such a lovely observance, lit brightly by many candles to welcome back the reborn sun. In the depth of winter, such a brightly lit circle and an... Continue Reading →
The Sabbat of Imbolc is celebrated at the height of winter, but in contrast to the cold and dreary days, this is a celebration of the early signs of spring. Imbolc (or Imbolg), translates to 'In the belly', a reference to the potential for life, held within the belly of the Great Mother, our earth.... Continue Reading →
Rural Australia, at its early Springtime best.
Welcome to Spinning Webbs! Wow, my first post for my first blog, the possibilities are endless! So what to write about to get started? I'm going to start with The Wheel of the Year. Here in Australia we are now in the month of August. It has been a cold and unusually wet... Continue Reading →