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LOHRI

LOHRI

Welcoming Back the Light Amvasya | Dark MoonWednesday, 13th January 2021 Loh means light and gives its name to this festival day of welcoming back the light. This is an ancient Indian pagan festival that is celebrated in the North of India. It has echoes in South...
KALI PUJA

KALI PUJA

The Womb of Creation Monday 21 December A big planetaryrotation of forcesoccurs on Winter Solstice,as the longest nightof the yeartakes us to the very depthof outer darkness.This extended darknessof the macrocosmis mirroredin our inner microcosm,as we are but a...
SOMAVATI AMVASYA

SOMAVATI AMVASYA

DARK MOON & SOLAR ECLIPSE MONDAY 14th December This will be the last dark Moon of the year, the dark time when the night will be at its longest. A further blessing is that this dark Moon falls upon a Monday, Somavhwar, literally the ‘Day of Soma’ – the...
Maha Kaal Bhairav Jayanti

Maha Kaal Bhairav Jayanti

To Face One’s Own DeathDescending Half Moon Ritual “Oh Bhairav,Ruler of the North,You who are the House of Death,And the Death itself,You who are Time,Teach us the secrets of Fear and Devotion,Maha Kaal Siddhi be yours to teach,The magical secret beyond...
Maha Kaal Bhairav Jayanti

DEVA DIWALI

& the Myth of Tripurari Purnima Deva Diwali is the rejoicing in the spiritual world of the awareness of Shiva to cast the arrow of aware vision upon the blind Karmas of both the Matriarch and the Patriarch. These Karmas are revealed by the force of planetary...