Celtic – Mabon 4 Rituals

Mabon Ritual for Home Protection Mabon is a time of balance, and it is the time to celebrate the stability of the hearth and home. This ritual is a simple one designed to place a barrier of harmony and security around your property. You can do this as a family group, as a coven, or... Continue Reading →

Celtic – Lammas 3 Rituals

How To Hold a Lammas Harvest Ritual In some Pagan traditions, Lammas is the time of year when the Goddess takes on the aspects of the Harvest Mother. The earth is fruitful and abundant, crops are bountiful, and livestock are fattening up for winter. However, the Harvest Mother knows that the cold months are coming,... Continue Reading →

Celtic – Litha 3 Rituals

How to Hold a Midsummer Sun Ritual Midsummer is the time of the summer solstice, the Litha sabbat, and it’s the longest day of the year. Falling around June 21 in the northern hemisphere, and around December 21 below the equator, this is a time to celebrate the warmth and power of the sun. It’s... Continue Reading →

Celtic – Ostara 3 Rituals

Ostara Labyrinth Meditation What is a Labyrinth? The labyrinth has long been considered a place of magic and introspection. Labyrinthine designs have been found in nearly every major religion, and are an integral part of many ancient cultures. Labyrinths have been found all over the world. They are, in essence, a magical geometric shape which... Continue Reading →

Celtic – Beltane 4 Rituals

Honor the Sacred Feminine with a Goddess Ritual When Margaret Murray wrote her ground-breaking God of the Witches, in 1931, scholars quickly dismissed her theory of a universal, pre-Christian cult of witches who worshiped a singular mother goddess. However, Murray wasn't completely off-base; a number of individual cults existed in pre-Christian Europe which honored mother... Continue Reading →

Celtic – Imbolc 3 Rituals

Morrigan and Brighid Imbolc Ritual Although I work with Morrigan the most in my practices, Brighid is a close second.  Imbolc is usually a time to honor Brighid for me, but the following ritual was inspired by an experience during a meditation several years ago just prior to Imbolc.  Before most of my seasonal celebration... Continue Reading →

Lunantishees

November 11th Honor Aine - Faery Goddess Aine’s Incense ½ oz. meadowsweet flowers and leaf~ must be gathered when the plant is in full bloom. ½ oz. finally chopped pine needles ½ oz. Lemon Verbena oil. Faery Offerings by Color of Faery: Honey: The faeries’ sweet tooth is satisfied by a bit of honey. Offering... Continue Reading →

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