Hey Christmas, We Want Our Tree Back!
It might surprise you to know that Christmas trees were originally a Pagan tradition. During Yule (the Winter Solstice) each tree was picked with care, and decorated with all of the things … Read More
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
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
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 summer as well as a time for us … Read More
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