Understand the meaning and true importance of Lughnasadh Lammas. Also find out a few ways to decorate and celebrate this beautiful, almost-forgotten first harvest holiday.
In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from A to Fe. Festivals and holidays in ancient Rome were part of everyday life...
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.
The Summer Solstice was observed and celebrated by a wide-range of communities and culture around the world. Some of the names given to this day include Litha, Midsommer and Midsummer's Eve.
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...
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.
Ostara is just around the corner...Eostre Goddess is ripening and getting ready to emerge on this Spring Equinox as the Maiden, once more. Learn about the Goddess of Spring and honor her this Ostara.
Autumn is finally here, to the delight of some and the woe of others. It means colder weather, shorter days and no more lazy summer outings. Here are some great things about Autumn to cheer you up.
Spring is a wondrous time of the year with new life everywhere. How can one not count the joys of this colorful season?
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.