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Author Topic: Beltane '18  (Read 1709 times)

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Re: Beltane '18
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2018, 05:47:39 pm »
Well, that weekend, my wife and I had to go up to Philly for her brother's wedding. So there was feasting and such during what I celebrate as the Floralia. So, in a sense, I celebrated that Roman festival with feasting and merriment like it should be.
Her religion is basically a kind of neopagan witchcraft, and emphasizes fertility in a conventionally Wicc-ish fashion. So when Beltane itself rolled around, after we got home, we performed a fertility ritual and had sex, since we're trying to get pregnant.
I made a feast, as is my custom on major holy days.
Very nice!  I how your efforts are fruitful!
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Re: Beltane '18
« Reply #16 on: May 20, 2018, 03:02:33 am »
Very nice!  I how your efforts are fruitful!
We'll know more this coming week, when the missus goes to see her OB. But the evidence thus far (including preliminary lab work for a different issue indicating the presence of HCG) points to a positive result.

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Re: Beltane '18
« Reply #17 on: May 20, 2018, 08:37:04 am »
We'll know more this coming week, when the missus goes to see her OB. But the evidence thus far (including preliminary lab work for a different issue indicating the presence of HCG) points to a positive result.
Fingers crossed for you!!
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Re: Beltane '18
« Reply #18 on: May 20, 2018, 12:50:04 pm »
Did anyone do any specific celebrations for Beltane (or still doing, I suppose)?  I didn't really do anything specific but I found out that my extreme Christian neighbors are moving!  Yay!  So I spent all day basically lounging on the deck, dancing around in the yard like an idiot, listening to the birds chirp, etc.  What did you do?

I hiked up into the hills by myself, did some of the most intense ritual I've performed in over a decade, and found myself venturing down a completely new path. Apparently I made my first real spirit allies and now get to learn how to work with animal bones and spirit houses. :U

Protip: spirits really like home-made alcohol.
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Re: Beltane '18
« Reply #19 on: May 20, 2018, 07:12:37 pm »
I hiked up into the hills by myself, did some of the most intense ritual I've performed in over a decade, and found myself venturing down a completely new path. Apparently I made my first real spirit allies and now get to learn how to work with animal bones and spirit houses. :U

Protip: spirits really like home-made alcohol.

Very nice!  I'd say that's really in line with the spirit of the holiday.  New starts and all.
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