spring equinox

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Seattle-based progressive astrologer Steven Shroyer writes in his blog that the power of the spring equinox is the flipping of the dominance of darkness to the dominance of light.
The tradition, known as Mamemaki, is based on the belief that ogres, who hate soybeans, begin plotting evil and mischief on the eve of the spring equinox.
But as for Easter, they chose the first Sunday after the first full moon which follows the spring equinox.
The second condition representing the same windows but with overhang protection from the spring equinox to the fall equinox decreases the house energy requirements by 10% to 20% compared to the unwindowed house.
spring equinox late in 2010, by which time the disk diameter will be tiny and the planet close to conjunction.
the girls filling baskets with tender leaves It's Spring Equinox,
Partial contents of Issue 9, Spring Equinox, March 2009 ("Thinking about Goddesses"): "Vulture Medicine" and "Augury," poems by Deena Metzger; "When Hens Were Flying and God Was Nor Yet Born," by Luciana Percovich; "Canoeing our Way Back to the Divine Feminine in Taino Spirituality," by Marianela Medrano-Marra; "Goddess is Metaformic," by Judy Grahn; "What is Goddess?
As for the Walden Poetry Series, its "Poetry for the Spring Equinox to celebrate the beauty of the natural world" is in your tradition, not as a dissident, of course, but as an innocuous botanist.
Her festival was celebrated about the time of the Spring equinox.
In 325AD, the Church decreed that Easter should no longer be celebrated on the spring equinox but on the first Sunday following the full moon on, or after, the vernal equinox.
Celebrated at the spring equinox, this is one of nine holy days of the year when work and school are suspended for those of the Baha'i faith.
And Persians celebrate ``Nawrooz,'' the day of the spring equinox.
Christmas is situated at the winter solstice; Easter is celebrated at the spring equinox and the renewal of life.
Unlike the Spring Equinox, Town Meeting Day, or the income tax deadline, there is no set date.
Christians link Easter with the Jewish Passover, celebrated in the first century on the first full moon after the spring equinox.