Spinning The Wheel: Litha Season Waning Moon in Aries Lunar Week 24

OK Heathens! A week of ablutions to Water deities in hopes they can see us through the dry times. Lughnasadh Season is almost here, are you ready to seize the reigns? (Pun intended…) As always, thank you to my Patrons for supporting this work. You can get the Six Week Guide to Lughnasadh when you … Read more

Imbolc, Disting, Thorrablot: the Pagan End to Winter

Imbolc (pronounced im-bowlk) is a Gaelic word meaning “in the belly,” and for many modern Pagans, Feb. 1 is one of four Greater Sabbats, or grand holy days, marking the seasons. Imbolc (also spelled Imbolg or Immolc) acknowledges the first stirrings of spring, the profound shift away from winter and the return of light and … 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