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.
Looking for ideas for Ostara? Here are some correspondences and associations to help you plan and prepare for the Sabbat!
The point between May Day and Lammas is when many modern Pagans celebrate the sun god in all his glory. Learn the history and traditions behind this holiday.
Samhain, celebrated on October 31st, is the night the Wheel of the Year turns back on itself, marking the start of the Pagan year. Celebrations are marked by spiral dances and dumb suppers.
Balder (Baldur, Baldr), the God of the Summer Son in Norse Mythology, sees his death in a dream and confides in his mother Frigga (Frigg). Researched creative writing.
This hub offers a simple recipe for making a fruit wreath to feed the birds, squirrels, chipmunks, etc. during dark days around the winter solstice.
Midsummer (Litha, the Summer Solstice) is considered one of the most powerful nights of the magical year! Here are some ideas to help you plan your celebration and Midsummer magical workings.
In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from Fg to K. These include: Floralia, in honor of Flora, the goddess of flowers and...
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...