Balance, Fairness, and Equality at Mabon, the Fall Equinox

In this piece, we take a look at the spiritual work Pagans and Witches do at the Fall Equinox and Mabon season through the symbolism of Astrology, Tarot, and 5000 years of Goddess worship. The Fall Equinox is the Fulcrum or balancing point between the Light half and the Dark half of the year. Once … Read more

Lughnasadh – The First Harvest

The Wheel of the Year turns, and Pagans around the world celebrate Lughnasadh, otherwise known as Lammas, the First Harvest. A Lughnasadh Prayer Hoof and HornHoof and HornAll that dies will be reborn!Corn and GrainCorn and GrainAll that falls shall rise again! Traditional Pagan round Summer will not last forever. No matter how we try … Read more

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

Next Wheel of the Year Class – Litha – MidSummer – June 13, 7pm

Get tickets now! Currently falling somewhere between June 18th and June 22nd each year, Litha opens the gates to the fiery season of Summer. It marks the death of The Oak King and the rise of The Holly King, and a deep shift in the forms of energy we are working with, moving away from the experimental vibes of Spring and becoming more committed to our goals.

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