Tag Archives: Sabbats

Spring is Here…

It’s officially Spring. Though it was official according to the calendar about a month ago, Nature has now spoken in southeastern Utah. Here are three plants that signal spring to me: The first coltsfoot flowers are up – bright yellow sunshine that can be turned into a beautiful tincture. Coltsfoot Flower Tincture Coltsfoot flowers, freshly gathered Vodka or Brandy Gather

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The Sabbat Festival of Mabon

Mabon – The Fire Festival Date: Fall Equinox Important Elements: Bringing in the last harvest, honoring the dead, the production of wine, preparing for winter Related Holiday(s): Alban Elfed, Meán Fómhair Colors: Brown, Green, Orange, Russet, Indigo, Gold Symbols: Autumn Flowers, fallen leaves, acorns, corn, wheat sheaves, Owl, Salmon Related Deities: Mabon, Holly King What Is the Sabbat Mabon? The Sabbat festival

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Modern Style Lammas

The season of Lammas (also called Lughnasadh) begins on August 1st and continues until the end of September in the Northern Hemisphere (Feb 1st until the end of March in the Southern Hemisphere) marking the cross-quarter or midpoint in the Sun’s progress between Midsummer (Summer Solstice) and Mabon (Autumnal Equinox). A TIME OF THANKSGIVING Lammas marks the point in the

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