"I’ve seen things, you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die." __________ "Tears in Rain" monologue in Blade Runner.
12 mOOns _ A3 Calendar/2015
Each full moon holds a little extra special meaning to those who work with magik. It represents the universe in brilliant glory,
wholeness or completeness. Ages ago, cultures around the world kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each
recurring full moon. Their names were applied to the entire month in which each occurred.
Bug's Association _ A4 Calendar/2015
Lucanus cervus or Stag Beetle, the conspicuous and largest European beetle, has incessantly captured the imagination
and fascination of mankind. The stag beetle’s popularity is based not only on the mythological tales, but also on its magical
powers, reputed since the time of the Romans.Various fragments confirm that Lucanus cervus has always had a profound
impact on man from earlier epochs through to till present day.
On a sunny day I am having my harlequin walk down the street.
Devilish smile on my face, poem in my pocket. My heart is really elastic.
"Repent, Harlequin!" they shout.
Do I look like someone who cares?
The Autumn equinox is a time of the year when the Earth's northern hemisphere experiences day and night of equal duration since the sun is shining directly on the equator. From there, night gradually becomes longer than the day. For the southern hemisphere, it is called a Spring equinox. From the moment of the September Equinox, the Sun's strength diminishes, until the moment of Winter Solstice in December, when the Sun grows stronger and the days once again become longer than the nights. This is the time to look back not just on the past year, but also your life, and to plan for the future. In the rhythm of the year, Mabon is a time of rest and celebration.
* Mabon , the Feast of the Ingathering (in Neo-Druid traditions), is a Pagan ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them to secure the blessings of the Goddess and the God during the coming winter months.