celebrating the fall equinox

Celebrating the Fall Equinox: 5 Fun & Easy Activities

The Perfect Balance of Darkness and Light

We are getting ready to celebrate the Fall Equinox (or Mabon) on September 23 this year. It is the last harvest of the year and it signifies the start of fall and the … Read More

Mabon Magick

Mabon Magick: A Ritual for the Season

The Second Harvest

The fall equinox, or Mabon, arrives this year on September 22. This pagan holiday signifies the changing of seasons. It marks for us the ending of summer and the beginning of fall. On this day the hours … Read More

Summer Solstice Celebrations

Summer Solstice Celebrations – 5 Easy & Fun Rituals

Welcome to the Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice this year is on June 21st, and will mark the first day of summer. The Solstice or Litha is the longest day of the year, and has the shortest night, so make Read More

Celebrate Beltane

5 Fun Ways to Celebrate Beltane!

Celebrate Beltane with the May Queen, the Green Man…and a little fire!

At sundown on April 30th until the end of sundown on May 1st we celebrate Beltane, our second biggest fire festival. This festival marks the beginning of … Read More

Dumb Supper

The Dumb Supper – A Samhain Ritual

Halloween has many fun and interesting traditions, including that of the Dumb Supper. Since Halloween or Samhain is the one day of the year when the veil between the world of the living and the dead is the thinest, it … Read More

Fall Equinox

The Fall Equinox – Learning to Let Go

On this beautiful 22nd day of September the fall equinox is upon us. Many pagans know or refer to it as Mabon. But either way you view the Sabbath, it officially marks the changing of the seasons. After today the … Read More

Yule Logs: What are they and how do I make one?

Yule Logs: What are they and how do I make one?

Welcome to Yule!

What are Yule Logs, and how do I make one? Yule logs are traditionally burned on the Winter Solstice to celebrate the darkness turning into light. It is a time honored Pagan tradition. In more modern times … Read More

winter solstice celebrations

Winter Solstice – Yule

This year Winter Solstice, or Yule, falls on Monday December 21, 2015. This Pagan holiday officially marks the first day of winter as well as the longest night, and shortest day of the year. From here until the Summer Solstice, … Read More