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“The mundanity of the world and the sheer marketing of the present and creating the longing for something new and different is more about what is lost from the past.” — [T.S]

Saturn/Ops/First Day Of Saturnalia

The Roman festival of Saturnalia ran for seven days and was known for its extravagant decadence. Slaves were allowed to meet their masters on equal terms. In this season of goodwill to all, the reading was ‘Bona Saturnalia!’ The modern celebration of Christmas is a continuation of this midwinter festivity.” — The Pagan Book Of Days, Nigel Pennick