Lughnasadh – First Harvest

The Next Wheel of the Year class is July 25th! The Wheel of the Year series continues to turn with the great Cross-Quarter Sabbat Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas. Named for the Irish God Lugh, this holiday marks the 1/2 way point between Summer Solstice and Fall Equinox. Lugh is a Storm and Sun God … Read more

Litha – The Pagan Meaning of the Longest Day of the Year

Litha, aka the Summer Solstice, is almost here—time to get naked and light a big fire. Summer and the Summer Solstice are finally here! Litha Season has officially begun. If you live in the Pacific Northwest, I’ll forgive you if you don’t believe me. We had a Winter that seemed to drag on forever this … Read more

Litha – A Six Week Guide to the Summer Solstice Available Now!

In this six week guide, we will explore Litha the Witch’s Sabbat celebrating the Summer Solstice.
But the work doesn’t stop after one night. In this six week guide, we will look at the major Witch’s…

Beltane Season Is Here!

Where Ostara embraces symbols of Nature’s return to life and the vitality of the flora and fauna world, Beltane brings that focus to the world of humans. Sex and sexuality are at the forefront of much of this Sabbats symbolism.

Sommarsblót, The Scandinavians Open the Solar Half of the Year

Sommarsblót (“Summer’s Blood,”) found at the very end of Ostara season, is a week-long festival happening sometime during Aries Season, ending on the day the Sun enters Taurus. Many sources mark this festival running from April 14-20th, but some sources say it is a moving feast and can happen any time during the first month … Read more