​An energy body astrological light code attunement and star family re-alignment. “Ancient Goddesses in the Modern World”; “Frigga”, “Goddesses of Ireland: Beyond the Ninth Wave”, Selected Charms from the Carmina Gadelica, Selected Prayers from Volume 1 of the Carmina Gadelica, Murder Between the Worlds: A Between the Worlds novel, Lost in Mist and Shadow; a Between the Worlds novel, Into the Twilight; a Between the Worlds novel, The Treasure of the Tuatha De Danann: a dual language pocket book, Pagan Portals: Irish Paganism; reconstructing Irish Polytheism, Heart of Thorns; a Between the Worlds novel, Tales of the Tuatha Dé Danann: a dual language pocket book, Fairy Gifts: A Between the Worlds anthology, Pagan Portals: Gods and Goddesses of Ireland, Dark of Winter: A Between the Worlds novel, Fairies: A Guidebook to the Celtic Fair Folk, Ritual for the Heliacal Rising of the Pleiades. The Hawaiian creation chant known as the Kumulipo also begins with reference to the pleiades (known as the makali`i). The Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, and Greeks all used the heliacal risings of various stars for the timing of agricultural activities. The constellation was also described as "eptaporoi", by poet Aratus.[13]. Aligned in fairy witchcraft to the Hunter. The last evening where you can see the Pleiades setting in the twilight darkening sky is called the heliacal setting. [46], In a tale attributed to the Wyandot people, seven Singing Maidens, daughters of the Sun and the Moon, who live in Sky Land, descend to Earth and dance with human children. [40], The Onondaga people's version of the story has lazy children who prefer to dance over their daily chores ignoring the warnings of the Bright Shining Old Man. 4/6 (1929): 321–37. Based on this hypothesis, the Jehovah's Witnesses religion taught until the 1950s that Alcyone was likely to be the site of the throne of God.

Reflections on the Déithe and an-déithe, living Paganism in a modern world, and devotion to the Daoine Maithe, “Healing Ritual for the Ocean Waters”, Circle Magazine issue 109 summer 2011, “A Gaelic View of Samhain”, Celtic Guide, vol. (2009). [27][28], The Hopi determined the passage of time for nighttime rituals in the winter by observing the Pleiades (Tsöötsöqam)[29][30] and Orion's belt (Hotòmqam) through a kiva entrance hatch as they passed overhead. It eponymises the Thuraya satellite phone system of the United Arab Emirates. Pleiades has gained, in a few tongues, several creative derivations of its French quite well-known, non-stellar meaning: "multitude". Their father, wrathful at their disobedience, banishes them to another part of the sky. “Connecting Past and Future: Modern Reconstructionist Druidism”. [22][23], In a Caddo tale, compiled by Frances Jenkins Olcott, a mother has seven boys who did not want to work. [57], In the Philippines the Pleiades are known as "Moroporo", meaning either “the boiling lights” or a flock of birds. To the Ban Raji people, who live semi-nomadically across western Nepal and Uttarakhand, the Pleiades are the "Seven sisters-in-law, and brother-in-law" (Hatai halyou daa salla). [36], The Monache people tell of six wives who loved onions more than their husbands and now live happily in "sky country". This marks the time when the stars are once again visible in the sky just before dawn and occurs now between June 18th and June 24th. II, issue II, August 2015, “Three Paths, One Purpose”. Allie won't ever admit it but she feels the same way about recorded music that the elves do, for the same reason. It inspired a group of Alexandrian poets, the Alexandrian Pleiad, then French literary movement La Pléiade. One day a monk arrived at the couple's home during his Dhutanga journey. In Ufology some believers describe Nordic alien extraterrestrials (called Pleiadeans) as originating from this system.