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The month of March is the 3rd month of the Julian and Gregorian Calendars but was originally the first month of the Roman calendar year, called Martius named for Mars, one of the most important Gods of the Roman state. Other Names for the Month of March Anglo Saxon - Hlyd Monath "stormy month" or Hraed ...
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Vernal Equinox

The Vernal Equinox is the point at which, on Earth, the sun crosses the equator and in the sky crosses the celestial equator which lies in the constellation Pisces. This occurs on or about March 21st in the Northern Hemisphere and on our about September 23rd in the Southern Hemisphere. The ...
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Scott Cunningham

Scott Cunningham was born in Royal Oak, Michigan on June 27, 1956. He moved to San Diego, California when he was quite young and remained there until his passing in March 28, 1993. Scott Cunningham was a solitary Wiccan, though he occasionally practiced with others and was known to be ...
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May is the fifth month of the year according to both the Gregorian and the Julian Calendars. May was the third month in the early Roman calendar. People born in the month of May are born under the Sun Sign of either Taurus or Gemini The month of May was named after Maia, one of the Pleiades and the mother of ...
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April is the fifth month of the year according to the modern Gregorian calendar. The name April comes from the Roman name Aprilispossibly derived from the Latin verb aperire, to open. Other theories suggest that the name was derived from the name Aphrodite, via the Etruscan equivalent Apru. The month of April was ...
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Natural History Halite is the mineral better known as rock salt or sodium chloride (NaCl). This mineral forms cubic or isometric crystals that are usually white or clear but may show a variety of colors depending on the impurities the crystal contains. History and Folklore Crushed halite is used as ...
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