The Cycle of Ced and Celi

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The Quarters and Cross-Quarters can be seen as two sets of overlapping quarters. This has several advantages over the more typical eight-spoked wheel, because it gives a strong sense of the overlap in roles of the various deities, as well as making use of the traditional symbol of the Celtic Rose, which has four petals instead of the more common five, and which was used in East Anglia as a symbol for the Cunning Arts especially in the form of the knot pattern known as the Celtic Rose. But it can also be found from time to time in the form of the Tudor Rose, once again as a symbol of Witchcraft (also found — rarely — in a six-petal version, representing the Hex Star.). Plus, this way, the quarters and cross-quarters are true “quarters” rather than “eighths”.

The Quarter Deities are the familiar ones that are mentioned above, but the Cross-Quarter Deities have a special relationship.

 

 

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