work in progress for 2023
|Samhain - Pleiades||Winter Solstice - the Nativity||Imbolc - Sirius|
|Spring Equinox - Ursa Major||Bealtaine -||Summer Solstice -|
|Lughnasadh - Milky Way||Autumn Equinox - Sun and Moon|
Pleiades Rising and Culmination - Samhain
Celebrate our celestial connections - observed by many cultures around the world the Pleiades act as celestial time keepers as much as the sun is our solar marker of the seasons.
Nativity - Winter Solstice
Orion is high in the sky and stars light up the dark night. Is it fanciful to suggest that, along with the Star of Bethlehem, many are important symbols in the Nativity story?
Sirius - Imbolc
Going out on a cold, frosty night and looking up to the stars brings a sense of awe and delight, connecting one to another and to the universe.
Ursa Major-Spring Equinox
Best time to see this collection of 7 stars? In the Spring, when it is high above the north eastern horizon. Star gazing, seasonal and daily clocks, and more.
Milky Way - Lughnasadh
Reflected in stone circles and rivers, Brigid and Boinne, and a Japanese festival
Sun and Moon - Autumn Equinox
Moon calendar, Solunar effect, gold and silver, Leanbh na Grian