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madronasky · 4 months ago
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This. On Twitter.
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And the details!!?!
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“Kudos”
https://camphipp.tumblr.com/post/659398480735961088/kudos
The artist’s Tumblr!! 💙💚
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my-russia · 6 months ago
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The ceremonial burning of a wicker tower in the final day of Maslenitsa. Nikola-Lenivets. March 13, 2021.
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buffetlicious · 2 months ago
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It is the time of the year to celebrate as this year Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节) falls on 21st September 2021. Also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, it is a traditional festival celebrated by many East and Southeast Asian people. It is the second-most important holiday after Chinese New Year with a history dating back 3,000 years, when China's emperors worshipped the moon for bountiful harvests.
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There are many versions of the myth and story behind Mid-Autumn Festival, but the most well-known revolves around an archer hero named Hou Yi (后羿), and his wife Chang’e (嫦娥). As the legend goes, Hou Yi was rewarded an elixir of immortality after shooting down nine out of ten suns which ravaged the land with drought and disaster. However, when Hou Yi’s apprentice, Feng Meng, attempted to steal the elixir, Hou Yi’s wife, Chang’e tried to save the elixir by drinking it, which made her immortal and she floated to the moon, never to be seen by her beloved husband again. After learning what had happened to Chang’e, Hou Yi prepared a feast on this day every year, when the moon is believed to be the fullest, in hope of catching a glimpse of his wife’s shadow who had became the Moon Goddess.
On this Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节), I take the opportunity to wish you and your family health and happiness.
Bright moon and stars twinkling and shining, wishing you a Mooncake Festival full of bliss and happiness!
皓月闪烁,星光闪耀,中秋佳节,美满快乐!
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gravityfallsrockz · 14 days ago
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It's a national holiday
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On this day exactly 6 years ago, the second to last episode of Gravity Falls aired. Happy 6th anniversary to Weirdmageddon 2 Escape from Reality!!
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mysandwichranaway · 18 days ago
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69 followers celebration part 1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you everyone 😊🎉🎉🎉🎉🎊🎊✨🎆🎇🎉
i love youuuuuuuuuu, i hope these make you laugh 😄
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yourwitchmama · 5 months ago
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How to celebrate Litha- by Mabons House
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A lesser known Pagan holiday, Litha (pronounced LEEtha) occurs during the Summer Solstice between June 19 -22.  More commonly referred to as Midsummer’s Night, Litha is believed to be a time when faerie folk pass into the human world at Twilight and offer blessings.  Litha is a time to celebrate the abundance and beauty of Mother Earth.  Flowers are in bloom and gardens are producing fresh vegetables and fruits.  Gather family and friends to celebrate the longest day of the year and coming harvest season. 
HISTORY OF LITHA
Midsummer Night is the shortest night of the year and has been celebrated in some fashion since ancient times.  In Pagan tradition, Litha marked the end of the Oak King’s reign and the rise of the Holly King, who oversees the world as the days gradually get shorter as the world descends into the cold dark of winter.  Like Beltane, fire is an element of Litha. Bonfires were lit to assist the sun as it journeyed across the sky, changing course and shortening the days.  It was believed that the faerie realm was the most accessible during Midsummer Night.  Litha was also a celebration of the Celctic goddess Danu (Anu) who represents earth and fruitfulness.  According to Irish mythology Danu was the Universal Mother of Tuatha De Danaan - a tribe of ancient people in Ireland believed to have invaded Ireland and ruled until being defeated in war on midsummer’s day, after which they retreated to the hills and eventually became the Faerie folk.  As Christianity swept across Europe in the early middle ages, Litha / Midsummer Night was adopted by the Catholic church as St. John’s Day, celebrating John the Baptist.  
SETTING INTENTIONS AT LITHA
 Litha is a good time to align yourself with the powerful energies of the sun and summertime.  Everything is growing and expanding and now is the time to expand your ideas, business, goals or desires. And like all Wheel of the Year Sabbats, Litha is an opportunity to show gratitude for all that you have and thank Mother Earth for her bounty.  Litha is also a time to acknowledge your successes thus far in the Wheel of the Year.
SYMBOLS OF LITHA 
Colors:  Blue, green, yellow, pink, purple (look to nature for the colors of Litha, as seen in the sky, woods and flowers)
Foods:  Honey, elderberry, strawberry, fennel, thyme, fresh greens, mead, light wines Stones:  Peridot, diamond, emeralds, lapis lazuli  
Symbols:  Bonfire, sun wheels, flowers  
Flowers & Plants:Oak, mistletoe,, elderflower, lavender, pine, fern, pine, rose
Deities:   Aphrodite, Astarte, Freya, Ishtar, Helios, Llew, Holly King, Lugh, Sol, Ra, Zeus, Thor  
WAYS TO CELEBRATE LITHA
Make floral wreaths for your front doorHost a bonfire and potluck for family and friends Gather and dry herbs to use throughout the coming yearTake time to meditate and give thanks for the blessings you have in your life Create an ‘invisibilty’ amulet from seeds of ferns gathered on midsummer eve Build a Faerie House in the woods, to invite their goodwill into your life 
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americasgreatoutdoors · a year ago
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Winner! Winner! Salmon Dinner!! After a season of serious dedication to stuffing salmon in his face, 747 has earned the title of the King of Chonk. The winner of Fat Bear Week is in excellent shape to survive the cold winter ahead. Thanks to everyone who voted and took the time to learn more about these amazing animals and Katmai National Park & Preserve, the park that feeds them. We sure love fat bears! Photo by Naomi Boak, National Park Service. 
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fullma-22 · 2 months ago
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제이 생일 축하해⚡⚡💕
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