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  • Celebrating Imbolc – A Return To The Light
    January 31, 2020 Megan Winkler

    Celebrating Imbolc – A Return To The Light

    Spring is coming – can you feel it? Imbolc marks the half-way point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, and it’s a celebration of the return to life. In the Celtic seasonal calendar, it also marks the start of the lambing season – when the lambs are born for spring. It is a time of celebration, renewal, and hope.
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  • Rituals & Spells for a Magickal New Year
    December 20, 2019 Megan Winkler

    Rituals & Spells for a Magickal New Year

    Here are five new rituals and traditions to help you usher in a magickal New Year! As always, we encourage you to take these suggestions, put your own spin on them, and bring your personal magick to the ritual.
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  • Yuletide Traditions
    December 12, 2018 Morgan Moss

    Yuletide Traditions

    Regardless of your religion, it is easy to honor some of the ancient traditions of the holiday season, and you might already be doing so! 
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  • Samhain Ritual for the Beginner Witch
    October 29, 2018 Morgan Moss

    Samhain Ritual for the Beginner Witch

    Samhain, the final harvest festival of the year, marks the Witches New Year. The veil between worlds is at its thinnest, making this a good time to contact passed loved ones and do some divination. This article contains correspondences for Samhain, as well as a Samhain ritual for you to perform.
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  • Samhain Correspondences
    October 25, 2018 Morgan Moss

    Samhain, the Witch's New Year

    Samhain is a time to cast away that which no longer serves you, a time of divination & honoring ancestors of your past, as the veil between the worlds is thin!
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  • A Quick Look at Lammas- The First Harvest
    August 1, 2018 Morgan Moss

    A Quick Look at Lammas- The First Harvest

    August 1st marks the pagan sabbat of Lammas (also known as Lughnasadh, after the god Lugh), which can be celebrated the whole month long. It is the time of the year when the first harvests are made, both internally and externally, and the body, mind, and soul should start preparing for the shorter days and the descent into the shadow time.
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