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A Cycle of Days- 2016 Calendar for the Practicing Polytheist

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Published by:
Foundation for Northern European History and Polytheism
Published:
6/9/2015
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
28 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Art
Tags:
calendar, Celtic, FNEHP, german, germanic, heathen, norse, northern european, old ways, Pagan, polytheist, slavic

This 2016 calendar for the practicing polytheist has been created by the Foundation for Northern European History and Polytheism, a non profit dedicated to the preservation and continuation of polytheistic practices. It features holidays from the Heathen, Celtic and Slavic pagan religions. Also included are the equinoxes, mercury in retrograde and graphic representations of the moon phases. This calendar aims to show beautiful artwork related to the religions and holidays, education on the holidays and provide methods of networking within the Northern European Polytheism community. Profits from this calendar go to fund one of FNEHP's major goals- to build a longhall reconstruction as a pagan temple in the Colorado Front Range.

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