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- Parsley: Correspondences
- Petroselinum sativum Folk Names: Devil's Oatmeal, Percely, Persil, Petersilie, Petroselinum, Rock Parsley Gender: Masculine Planet: Mercury Element: Air Deity: Persephone Power: Lust, Protection, Purification...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary P
- Harding, Deborah
- Deborah Harding began gardening alongside her parents when she was just able to walk. She lives in Ohio with her husband and two daughters. She writes articles on herbal concerns for magazines and web-zines, and gives lectures and workshops on growing herbs...
Real Interviews >> Authors
- Litha, The Summer Solstice
- Litha is also known as the summer solstice, Midsummer, All Couples Day, and Saint John's Day. Litha is one of the fire festivals and occurs on the longest day of the year. This is the time of year when the sun reaches its highest apex, at the Tropic of Cancer....
Holidays >> Mid Summer
- Hemlock: Correspondences
- Conium maculatum Poison Folk Names: Beaver Poison, Herb Bennet, Keckies, Kex, Musquash Root, Poison Hemlock, Poison Parsley, Spotted Corobane, Spotted Hemlock, Water Parsley Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Hecate Power: Astral Projection,...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary H
- Imbolc - Midwinter
- ABOUT IMBOLC | RITUAL | FOODS ABOUT IMBOLC Imbolg/Imbolc is pronounced EM-Bowl-ig or ic, it also known as Midwinter, Candlemass, Oimelc, Lupercus, Lupecal, Disting, Brigatia (Brigid's Day), Lady Day and Groundhog Day. Imbolg translates, according to McCoy, to...
Holidays >> Imbolg
- Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 2
- WORKING TO LIVE RATHER THAN LIVING TO WORK Before the dawn of recorded history, a major period of transition occurred. Nomadic hunter-gatherer clans transformed themselves into larger communities who farmed the land. This they did by planting their own...
Philosophy >> Survivalists Guide for the New Millennium
- Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-nas-ah), August 1st, is the first harvest festival in the Celtic and Neo-Pagan Year. Like all Celtic Fire Festivals, it begins on the eve of the actual day. Although it later became known as Christian Lammas, it still survives in...
Holidays >> Lammas
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Suggested News Resources
- "Parsley and chive very desirable for egg dishes at Easter"
- With cultivation locations in the Netherlands, Germany, England, Spain, Portugal and Kenya, Vitacress Real - a joint venture between Gipmans and Vitacress - has a wide pool of resources.
- The Eastern Arc: Legacy of a 2 billion-year-old mountain range
- Food grown in the Eastern Arc and exported to towns makes a major contribution to feeding the people of Tanzania and reducing poverty.
- Black Star glad for Bowie fans
- You could also plant the plump corms directly in the ground from early May to late June, positioning them 10cm apart and 10-15cm deep, but the chances of success are not as high as with young, pot-reared transplants. Planted straight into cold, ...
- 10 Ways to Reduce the Health Risks of Smoking Pot
- With cannabis use and its social acceptance growing, it's high time for prohibitionists to stop fighting it and to learn to live with it. And it's time for us to learn .....
- Sunday Supper: Chick peas are versatile and nutritious
- The book “The Domestication of Plants in the Old World,” published by Oxford University Press, cites evidence found in caves in southern France that chick pea cultivation took place in that part of the world around 6700 BC.
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