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The summer solstice in the Avalonian tradition

The summer solstice in the Avalonian tradition by Hasan Andrea Abou Saida The summer solstice is traditionally celebrated during the annual cycle on 21 June. The ancient Celts called this day Litha and, in recent times, also Alban Heruin or… Continue Reading →

The Italic snake cult

The Italic snake cult by Hasan Andrea Abou Saida Snake-based beliefs and myths have always been attested throughout the Italian peninsula, and their origin dates back to the religiosity and cults of the ancient Italic peoples. The serpent of ancient… Continue Reading →

Little Red Riding Hood, a female initiation rite

Little Red Riding Hood, a female initiation rite by Hasan Andrea Abou Saida The fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood, widespread in ancient times and mainly in central-northern and southern Europe, is one of the most famous and ancient… Continue Reading →

The island of Avalon, between history and legend

The island of Avalon, between history and legend by Hasan Andrea Abou Saida Apart from legend and myth, historical sources regarding the actual existence of Avalon are scarce. On the other hand, no finds or artefacts have ever been found… Continue Reading →

The spring equinox in the Avalonian tradition

The spring equinox in the Avalonian tradition by Hasan Andrea Abou Saida The 21st of March of each annual cycle is the celebration of the spring equinox, a gateway that officially opens the season of the awakening of Nature’s forces…. Continue Reading →

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