Warming in the North Atlantic over the last 32 years has significantly reduced winter sea ice cover in harp seal breeding grounds, resulting in sharply higher death rates among seal pups in recent years, according to a new Duke University-led study.
“The kind of mortality we’re seeing in eastern Canada is dramatic. Entire year-classes may . . . → Read More: Harp Seals On Thin Ice After 32 Years of Warming
By Patti Wigington
Ice candles are a lot of fun and easy to make during the winter months. Since February is traditionally a snow-filled time, at least in the northern hemisphere, why not make some ice candles to celebrate Imbolc, which is a day of candles and light?
You’ll need the following:
• Ice • . . . → Read More: Imbolc Countdown: Making Ice Candles
By Miles Batty
[Snip] I live in North Carolina. The prevalent religious atmosphere can be somewhat conservative; concepts like recycling and environmental concerns, things that many pagans take for granted, are generally ignored. Or worse. I tried to explain this to a friend during a telephone conversation. Our conversation had drifted around to, as it . . . → Read More: God’s Gift, or God’s Wisdom?
Listen to the Words of Leland and Crowley
By Sorita d’Este
[Snip] My own introduction, as so many others who have experienced an initiation into the Craft, to Drawing Down the Moon and the Charge of the Goddess, came at my own initiation into the Craft. Years later when I started taking on trainees for . . . → Read More: The Charge of the Goddess
By Melissa Alvarez
I’d never really put much thought into how I could effectively raise my frequency, the spiritual energy of my personal vibration, or why I should even attempt to do it until I began to notice a correlation between my frequency and the positive or negative things happening in my life. I became . . . → Read More: Put Purpose into Raising Your Frequency