Want to learn about Mabon and how to celebrate? Look no further!
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...
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 .
Let's discover some clever and fun ways of celebrating Samhain that incorporates ancient traditions with modern day merriment.
Imbolc bringer of Spring is the ancient Celtic celebration between winter and summer. Falling on the 2nd February it is also known as Candlemas. It has a fascinating history. Did you know? Brigid the Goddess of fire, and the Christian, St Brigit both have the lighting of candles in their ceremonies.
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.
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.
A history and recipe for Yule/Christmas mead!
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
Summer Solstice occurs when the Sun is at its highest in the sky and the hours of daylight are longest. So how did our Celtic ancestors celebrate Midsummer and what customs have survived to this day?