Seasonal Observances

Better Paganism Through Composting and Tree Planting

Is environmentalism part of Paganism? Part of Wicca? Many Pagans believe strongly that environmental conservation is a necessary part of their devotion to the Goddess. However, if you go to Pagan festivals where there are many traditions represented you’ll find that others do not. I was going to write this all not-judgy, and neutral, analysing …

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Creating a Beltaine Ritual for Lovers

Beltane is a Pagan/Wiccan festival of sexuality and fertility, usually celebrated on the evening of April 30th or May 1st.  When celebrated in a group, the sexuality is usually symbolic, represented by dancing around the May pole – which yes, is representing just what you might think that is meant to represent, and the ribbons …

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Mabon – practical letting go of magical, symbolic and ritual objects

Date: Sept 20 2017 Moon phase: two days past new, waxing Season: day before Mabon When I attend a Pagan festival, a public or coven ritual and other events I often walk away with some sort of beautiful and hand made token. It’s something that either I or the organizers have imbued with a positive, …

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