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    Ostara – The Spring Equinox

    Ostara is the Pagan celebration of the Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. This year, Ostara falls on March 20th. The festival celebrates the end of the dark days, into the fresh, new lighter days of Spring. A common theory…

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    Imbolc

    Imbolc also called Imbolg, Candlemas and Brigid’s Day is a traditional Gaelic festival. Traditionally held February 1st or 2nd.  Some practitioners wait to celebrate the Sabbat until the sun reaches 15 degrees in Aquarius (around February 5th). Personally, I’m not…

  • Winter Activities for Pagans

    20 Fun Winter Activities for Pagans

    Winter is a time for sharing, family, feasting, fun and inner reflection. There are many other activities to partake in, but this short list makes for a great start to your Yuletide celebrations.     1. Advent Calendar Advent Calendars…

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    7 Sacred Plants of Yule

    In Pagan traditions, plants and their lore are a huge part or belief and practice. Sabbats and Esbats have plants which properties are associated and aligned with specific aspects of the celebration. Yule, the winter solstice, like the other Greater…