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May's Birthstone: Emerald

Emeralds have a powerful effect on human beings. According the myth and lore, emeralds bring vitality, fertility and clarity of vision into matters of love and also, business. The history of people valuing emeralds stretches back thousands of years.   Read More >

Hawthorn, May/June Tree

Hawthorn is the Celtic Zodiac Tree for May 13 - June 9. Hawthorn has many practical uses. The tree itself can be as tall as sixty feet and grow to be hundreds of years old in forests and hedgerows. The wood is extremely hard and was used as handles for tools, staffs and even magic wands. Blossoms and berries make jellies and wine.  Read More >

Wedding Tradition: Throwing Rice

The Celtic wedding tradition of throwing rice on the newlyweds is extremely old and predates Christianity. The Celts were not only warriors, but also agriculturalists. Celts were farming various forms of wheat, barleycorn, and even oats, rye and millet which seem to have been introduced during the Iron Age. All of these may have been used as blessing foods for such ceremonial uses.  Read More >



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