Every year from October 31st to November 2nd, several holidays span different religions and ethnicities.
How to create a powerful summer solstice ritual! The festival of summer is upon us. We dance, sing, feast and celebrate the great summer SOL-stice. The longest day of the year, the summer solstice is a time to celebrate the greatness of our world and the power of the sun. We create sacred altars for […]
Halloween! The peak of Autumn. The air has grown colder. The leaves have begun to fall. There’s cool orange and purple lights, scarecrows and skeletons, cotton spiderwebs, little ghosts and fiends! Pumpkins are carved with care. We make final preparations for the most important thing of all… What else but our costumes! How will you […]
Mabon, The Second Harvest As the day and night come to rest in equilibrium, the Northern folk bid farewell to the Green Man, the God of the Green Forests and Fields. It is the beginning of fall and rich warm spices have been cultivated for the second harvest festival, Mabon. As the fragrant smells of […]
“On the night of Beltane the fires shall burn, to usher in the Sun king and welcome his return. Hand in hand the Lord and Lady sing, joy upon the land and gifts they shall bring.” (Author unknown). Many chants and songs have been written and sung for the celebration of the sacred fertility rites. […]