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  • Writer's picturePatrick Archambeau

Alban Eiler

In a way our Alban Eiler ceremony was the renewal of in person ceremony. The stone circle had been freshly planted with tulips and daffodils so there was some color. Our ceremony was well attended and felt complete with the spirit of spring. Each person was able to have their say on their own take of the meaning of the ceremony. As spring advances, the weather is warming and we farewell the Cailleach in her more visible form (although we know she is still present) and rejoice in the renewal of life!

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