Jan 302012
 
Lughnasadh




Lughnasadh Ritual Celebrated August 1st. Lughnasadh is also known as Lammas, Lammastide, and First Harvest Festival. Lughnasadh marks the middle of summer and beginning of the harvest season. Lughnasadh is considered a time of thanksgiving and is the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals. The Sun’s strength begins to wane and the plants of [Read more…]







Jan 302012
 




This is an introduction to the Wheel of the Year cycle composed of the eight Wiccan solar holidays, known as Sabbats. Yule (Winter Solstice, circa December 21) is the shortest day of the year. The Goddess gives birth to her Son, the God. Since the God is symbolized by the Sun, this marks the point [Read more…]







Jan 302012
 




Celebrating the Sabbats can easily be done as a solitary, because celebrating doesn’t have to be extravagant and complicated. The spirit of it is the most important thing. Start out simply. In this way, you can build up your own special holiday traditions. Having simple celebrations also is courteous to people you may live with [Read more…]







Jan 302012
 




Celebrate the Wiccan Sabbat Lughnasadh with this ritual. You will need: Harvest vegetables (corn, squash, etc.) Grains (oats, rice, wheat, rye, etc.) Fruits (apples, berries, cherries, plums, etc.) Cornbread & apple cider Garnish the altar with harvest vegetables, grains, and fruits. Cast the circle. With arms stretched out above head, say: “What will be is. [Read more…]







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