Spring is a wondrous time of the year with new life everywhere. How can one not count the joys of this colorful season?
Looking for ideas for Ostara? Here are some correspondences and associations to help you plan and prepare for the Sabbat!
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.
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...
In the chinese calendar, Dongzhi Festival is similar to western Winter Solstice Festival. Dongzhi symbolize unity, harmony and togetherness of a family. It is traditional to eat Tang Yuan on this day
Ribbons are waving in the wind and the earth is bursting forth with life. Flowers are in full bloom and wildlife is blossoming, as well. Perhaps you are looking forward to a full-blown Beltane ritual on May 1st this year. Whether practicing in a group or solitary, you may want to incorporate some...
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.
I could not find a maple pecan pie recipe that wasn’t runny, and I really hate using corn syrup. So, I invented one. After some experimenting, I came up with this—and I’m thrilled with it.
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...
The Summer Solstice is one stop on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. The Sun is at its height, the Earth is bursting with life and we enjoy the lazy days of summer-- what's not to celebrate?