• Sabbats,  Spiritual practice,  Witchcraft and paganism

    Celebrate Yule by searching within

    Between the 20th and 25th (normally 20., 21. or 22.) of December the Wheel of the Year turns ones more. This time it is time to celebrate the return of the sun on the winter solstice with the pagan sabbat called Yule. This is the shortest and darkest day of the year. One version of neo-pagan lore explain the “return”, or “victory” of the sun, as a neverending battle between the Holly King (representing winter) and Oak King (representing summer). During the winter solstice, the Oak King wins and with his victory the sun returns and will keep growing in strength everyday until the summer solstice when the Holly King…

  • Sabbats,  Witchcraft and paganism

    Mabon – Celebrating the Autumn Equinox

    Hail and welcome witches! Lets talk about the magickal eight sabbats that many of us pagans (witches, wiccans, druids and so forth) celebrate. In this article series you can read about the eight different holy days that we love and cherish. These eight holy days follow the natural rhythm of Mother Nature. And reminds us that we also are a part of her. What is Mabon? Mabon is the second Harvest Festival on the Wheel of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere it is celebrated between the 20th and 23rd of September. This is the time when we gather the last of the veggies and fruits from the fields. The…