It is only about three months and change until “Seasons of the Sacred Earth” appears at bookstores. It is Earth’s story, our story–a tale of living close to the land, and of the spirits that make it a good life.
From Chapter Bealtaine:
“The intimate work required of the gardens, the livestock, the horses and the wild creatures–of all the living land–upon Bealtaine has given us a profound appreciation of this season. To us it is far more than dancing ‘round Maypoles and toasting the rebirth of the Green Man. It feels like our own lives are reborn with the waking Earth. Not only is it becoming warm and pleasant, but our food and activities will be intimately shaped by the play of the spring elements. So, in a very real sense, all this Bealtaine eve work is our ritual. We worship the rebirth of the land by nurturing its resurrection. We honor the Green Man by getting our hands dirty.”