Beltaine – May Eve Various works from: Tryskelion
Beltaine is one of two Celtic fire festivals, a cross-quarter sabbat, and is sometimes referred to as Cetsamhain, meaning “opposite Samhain,” because it falls opposite to Samhain in the Wheel of the Year. Likewise, where Samhain is a festival recognizing and honoring the necessity of Death, Beltaine . . . → Read More: Beltaine Rituals & Reference
Mabon _________ Fall Equinox
The Autumnal Equinox, the second of the Harvest Festivals, is the Pagan rite of Thanksgiving, also known as “Harvest Home.” It’s a Sabbat of celebration for the abundance of the harvest; a time meant for us to give thanks through song, dance, and feasts.
This is a time . . . → Read More: Mabon
Ritual Tools From: Tryskelion
Ritual tools are used for many reasons. They aid us in focusing our concentration, and assist us in visualization exercises. Ritual tools can help us to quickly set the aura of a “world outside this world,” and their symbolic meanings can give comfort during trying times.
One of the most important . . . → Read More: Tools for Ritual
The 10 Big Beginner Mistakes and Pitfalls Craft Basics By: Keitha (FireWind) href=”http://www.glasstemple.com/basics/index.php?conjure=topten_pitfalls”target=”_blank”>The Glass Temple
You’ve made them, I’ve made them, we’ve all seen them.. the dreaded ‘beginner fluffy bunny mistakes’. These are the common mistakes that all beginners make at some point and other Wiccans groan at. These are the pitfalls that we have . . . → Read More: The 10 Big Beginner Wicca Mistakes and Pitfalls
WiccanWeb.ca Chants Page Maintained and collected by Achriel
Ok this list is not a complete list of every chant I’ve heard of or received, it’s more like a list of chants I’ve heard used or people I know have heard and really liked. There is no danger of this list becoming the ‘be all and . . . → Read More: The Chants Page
Introduction To The Sabbats by Mike Nichols
Table of Contents:
Midwinter’s Eve (Yule) The Light Returns (Imbolg) The Vernal Equinox (Ostara) Celebration of May Day (Beltane) A Midsummer’s Celebration (Litha) The First Harvest (Lammas) Harvest Home (Mabon) All Hallow’s Eve (Samhain) Thank you for the days, Those endless days, those sacred days you gave me. . . . → Read More: Introduction To The Sabbats