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The Pagan Thanksgiving | Mabon

The Pagan Thanksgiving | Mabon

As the initial mark of the Autumn Equinox, Mabon represents the equality of both day and nighttime. It is a time of harmony and balance. Back in the day (way before present time...), it was a celebration of the second harvest, Lammas being the first. This was when farmers gathered their crops, such as corn, apples, pumpkins, and vegetables. Nowadays, we celebrate Mabon by thanking Mother Earth and rejoicing in what she provides - both literally and spiritually. Not only this, but it marks as a good time to pause and recognize all you have accomplished within the last twelve...

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Happy Lughnasadh! The Beginning of Harvest Season

Happy Lughnasadh! The Beginning of Harvest Season

The Wheel of the Year keeps turning, and now it is time to honor the end of the summer months and welcome the harvest season! In the Northern Hemisphere, we celebrate on the first of August, in the Southern Hemisphere, on the first of February. It is the time of year when the fields are bursting with grain, and trees are laden with fruit, all ripe for harvesting.  Lammas celebrates and gives thanks for the work done during the year to yield such a bountiful harvest. It is the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals, where grain, corn, and...

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Litha: Celebrating the Summer Solstice

Litha: Celebrating the Summer Solstice

Observing & Celebrating the Power of the Sun  Lush green grass, blooming gardens, dense trees, warmer weather - summer is officially in full swing. Now is the perfect time to host summertime gatherings outdoors with family and friends and enjoy what Earth has to offer. BBQs, anyone?  So, what exactly is Litha?  Litha is the summer solstice Sabbat that celebrates the longest day of the year. With the extra daylight during the day, now is the perfect time to spend a few extra minutes (or hours!) to decompress, unwind, and enjoy the outdoors. This year - 2021 - Litha lands...

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Celebrating Beltane 2021

Celebrating Beltane 2021

Beltane, May Day, Walpurgisnacht, Roodmas, Cétamain. Whatever you choose to call it, it's almost time to rejoice! Beltane Blessings! With Beltane on the near horizon (May 1st!), we look forward to ways we can celebrate. Almost always, the focus is on fertility. If you aren't familiar with or need a refresher on all-things Beltane, let us be your pilot. May Day is a celebration beginning each year spanning from April 31st until May 1st in the Northern Hemisphere. It's a midway milestone between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice, along with the energy of Taurus being increased at this...

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