Samhain, or what some might call Halloween, is a powerful time of year for magic. It isn't a coincidence that in folklore and fiction it has been considered the season of the Witch. Here are some simple spells with a minimum of fuss and muss to newcomers of magic.
The Stonehenge Free Festival started in 1974. People had been meeting at Stonehenge for the solstice for decades before this. There are photographs of solstice-night celebrations dating back many years: to the early 20th Century at least.
Make some really pretty colored egg candles for your sabbat altar this year. Use real eggshells as your candle mold! Check out this easy, illustrated guide.
The Summer Solstice is coming- and here's the perfect ritual. This ritual is perfect for groups or families (especially those with children!), or it can be adapted for individuals.
August 1st is Lughnasadh on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year-- one of the four Major Sabbats in our religion! Want to learn more about this holiday, its meaning and its history? Look no further...
Looking for ideas for Ostara? Here are some correspondences and associations to help you plan and prepare for the Sabbat!
Masks popularly disguise faces in Halloween, Greek and Roman theater, and Mardi Gras type-style celebrations, spiritual beliefs ritual among North American Indians, Mexicans, Africans and India .
A history and recipe for Yule/Christmas mead!
Lughasadh (Lammas, August Eve) is a Major Sabbat on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year! Here are some great ideas to help you plan your celebration and Lughnasadh magical workings.
Nothing religious, just fall fun for everyone! Read the article for inspiration for home and for activities.