|Free Imbolc Spells + Recipes|
Imbolc, (pronounced "IM-bulk" or "EM-bowlk"), also called Oimealg, ("IM-mol'g), by the Druids, is the festival of the lactating sheep. It is the time of Blessing of the seeds and thefestival of the Maiden.
|Free Ostara Spells + Recipes|
As Spring reaches its midpoint, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light on the increase. The next full moon (a time of increased births) is called the Ostara and is sacred to Eostre the Saxon Lunar Goddess of fertility (from whence we get the word estrogen, whose two symbols were the egg and the rabbit).
|Free Litha Spells & Recipes|
Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we celebrate Litha (Alban Heruin - Druidic) on June 21st. This day marks the Summer Solstice and is the longest day of the year.
|Free Lammas Spells and Recipes|
While here in the Northern Hemisphere we celebrate Lughnasadh, or Lammas, on August 1, it is important to note that in the Southern Hemisphere it is the time for Imbolc and we want to wish our friends on the opposite side of the globe a very blessed holiday season!
|FREE Beltane Spells and Recipes|
The word "Beltane" literally means "bright" or "brilliant fire," and refers to the bonfire lit by a presiding Druid in honor of the proto-Celtic god variously known as Bel, Beli, Balar, Balor or Belenus.
|FREE Mabon Spells And Recipes|
The Autumn Equinox, like the Spring Equinox, divides day and night equally. However during Autumn, as opposed to Spring, when the opposite occurs, we begin to see the waning of the Sun more obviously now as the days continue to grow shorter until the Wheel of the Year spins around again to Yule. It is important to note that our friends in the Southern Hemisphere will be welcoming the Spring at this time, celebrating Ostara.
|Free Samhain Spells + Recipes|
Samhain, pronounced “sow-en or sow-in” is the most magical and important night of the year for Pagans, Wiccans and Celts throughout the world.
|Free Yule Spells + Recipes|
Known as Solstice Night, or the longest night of the year, Yule is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half, and much celebration was to be had as the ancestors awaited rebirth.