Druid Moon: Cantlos

Preparation: candle, a vessel with water, a symbol of a tree, offerings, items required for the working. Opening [Light the candle and add silver to the cup of water.] Take a breath and put aside any tensions from the mundane world. Know this space is made sacred because we gather here in ritual. Earth MotherContinue reading “Druid Moon: Cantlos”

Druid Moon: Elembivios

Preparation: candle, a vessel with water, a symbol of a tree, offerings, items required for the working. Opening[Light the candle and add silver to the cup of water.]Take a breath and put aside any tensions from the mundane world. Know this space is made sacred because we gather here in ritual. Earth MotherEarth MotherNearest andContinue reading “Druid Moon: Elembivios”

Nature Spirits Ritual: The State’s Spirits

I remember the balance between earth and sky. And I take a moment out of the mundane world to give honor to the holy ones. Earth Mother, you who are the source of all life. I give you love and thanks. I see the cosmic wellI see the cosmic fireI see the cosmic tree, connectingContinue reading “Nature Spirits Ritual: The State’s Spirits”

Nature Spirits Ritual: Wildflowers and Fungi

I remember the balance between earth and sky. And I take a moment out of the mundane world to give honor to the holy ones. Earth Mother, you who are the source of all life. I give you love and thanks. I see the cosmic wellI see the cosmic fireI see the cosmic tree, connectingContinue reading “Nature Spirits Ritual: Wildflowers and Fungi”

Nature Spirits Ritual: Three Sisters

I remember the balance between earth and sky. And I take a moment out of the mundane world to give honor to the holy ones. I call the Earth Mother, in all her beauty and give you love and honor.  I see the cosmic wellI see the cosmic fireI see the cosmic tree, connecting allContinue reading “Nature Spirits Ritual: Three Sisters”

How to Make Pagan Offerings: What to Say and What to Give in Ritual

We are finally on to the practical aspects of ritual! This is part three in a series of articles about Pagan offerings and ritual. Part 1 and Part 2 are focused on the reasoning behind why we do ritual. Now, we are looking at how we do ritual. Per previous parts of this series, thereContinue reading “How to Make Pagan Offerings: What to Say and What to Give in Ritual”

How Can a New Pagan Celebrate the Winter Solstice?

These are the darkest days of the year. Insofar as we today — and polytheists of the past — felt that it is important to celebrate the return of the sun, we have celebrated, feasted, and made offerings around this time. The word solstice comes from the Latin words meaning “sun” and “to stand still”Continue reading “How Can a New Pagan Celebrate the Winter Solstice?”

Who are the Indo-Europeans?

World Tree Heritage is primarily intended to discuss modern paganisms which have their roots in Indo-European polytheism. I wanted to make this introductory article for anyone who is unfamiliar with this term or has questions about it when they see future references to the Indo-Europeans. Important disclaimer: There have beens heaps of articles and moundsContinue reading “Who are the Indo-Europeans?”