We are the force
that moves earth and sky,
We are what we are:
Heroes with hearts of the same beat,
strengthened by life and time.
Strong in will
to struggle, to seek, to find and to conquer
and never to give way.
For Stephan and Anne
We are currently enjoying fragrant crocuses and daffodils – the first colourful messengers in the garden. In the woods and in the fields, too, countless fairytale cups and wood anemones stretch up their flowers. The days are getting longer and the warming light of the sun lures us out into nature.
Spring has finally returned!
The winter solstice is the most sacred of the solar festivals – and an integral part of our ancestors’ lifes. We also spend this day with friends, come together to listen to the ceremony together and to perform our rituals. Together we troop up around the fire, listen to the almost noiseless nature of these days and tell our ancient stories …
November has arrived. The downside of the golden autumn is coming – the time of cool, damp air, rain and autumn storms. Fog often obscures the entire landscape for hours, sometimes even for days. And so the month of November is also known as Nebelung or Nebelmond in the old language. A description that could not be more appropriate.