Samhain, (pronounced SOW-in, SAH-vin, or SAM-hayne) means “End of Summer”, and is the third and final Harvest. The dark winter half of the year commences on this Sabbat. It is generally celebrated on October 31st, but some traditions prefer November 1st. It is one of the two “spirit-nights” each year, … Continue reading
From my family to yours, wishing you a Happy Mabon / Autumn Equinox – may your harvest be fruitful and your life enjoyable on this day. Take care everyone!
Well to all my Pagan friends around the world I wish you and your families a happy Mabon may today go well for you and yours and being a new joyful cycle to your life starting today.
From my family to your’s wishing you all a Merry Summer Solstice, may this turn of the wheel be a good one for you and yours. ——— A Midsummer’s Celebration – Litha by Mike Nichols The young maid stole through the cottage door, And blushed as she sought the Plant … Continue reading
As the Wheel of the Year turns and the eight Wiccan Sabbats pass by, many people like to celebrate with special ceremonies and rituals. Learn about the different Sabbats, what they mean, and how you can celebrate with your group or as a solitary practitioner. Samhain Celebrate the Harvest’s End. … Continue reading