Yule, also known as the winter solstice, is on its way Witches ❤️🌲🌲❤️
It is the longest night and shortest day of the year. From this day forward to summer solstice, the Sun will linger a bit longer in the sky each day. Shedding His life-giving light over the land. Ever so slowly warming the frozen earth. And for that reason, one of the main focuses of our Yule festivities is the celebration of His return to power. Read More
Yule is quickly approaching! It will come and go in the blink of an eye, as do all of the holidays. But while it is here we should make the most of all it has to offer us!
I thought it would be nice to share some of the ways that I reap all I can from this amazing holiday. Activities that I enjoy as I honor this turn of the wheel. Read More
Litha is observed on June 21st, and it is the wheels longest day and its shortest night. The upcoming days will grow hotter and the nights will grow cooler. Crops will ripen for picking throughout this season; reaching full fruition under the rays of the Litha sun. Read More
I can’t clearly recollect being taught about Beltane. I don’t have a detailed memory of learning this holiday. All I know is I gathered the knowledge that May 1st was called May Day. And I learned that on this day it was traditional to do a May dance around a maypole. This activity included pretty, colored ribbons and I liked that 😉 Read More
Prepare a Samhain feast. Make dishes and beverages that reflect the bounty of the harvest season. Place an extra setting at the table, and invite the deceased who are represented on your ancestor altar and COME IN LOVE to sup with you. Pour a bit of each beverage being served in their glass and a touch of each dish being served on their plate. At feasts end remove the perishable contents of the ancestors setting and take it to a natural setting to dispose of it. This sends the message that the meal is complete, and it is time for them to take their leave. Read More