Wheel of the Year

Twelve Days of Solstice: Mistletoe

The origins of Mistletoe as a Christmas decoration go far back into our Pagan origins. Druids considered the Mistletoe – a parasitic plant that grows on willow and apple, and other species – to be a sacred plant and a very powerful healing and magic plant, good for the heart. Roman author Pliny wrote in… Continue reading Twelve Days of Solstice: Mistletoe

Rituals and Ceremonies, Wheel of the Year

Mistletoe and the Feast of Potentials​

Celebrating Mistletoe on the 3rd Day of Winter Solstice 🌿 The origins of Mistletoe as a Christmas decoration go far back into our Pagan origins. Druids considered the Mistletoe — a parasitic plant that grows on willow and apple, and other species — to be both sacred (and sacred to the Sun) and healing ...… Continue reading Mistletoe and the Feast of Potentials​

Rituals and Ceremonies, Wheel of the Year

Oh, Ho, The Mistletoe – The Druid’s Herb

Celebrating Mistletoe on the 6th Day of Solstice The origins of Mistletoe as a Christmas decoration go far back into our Pagan origins. Druids considered the Mistletoe - a parasitic plant that grows on willow and apple, and other species - to be a sacred plant and a very powerful healing and magick plant, good… Continue reading Oh, Ho, The Mistletoe – The Druid’s Herb