Samhain (Sah-Win) is celebrated October 31st- November 1st in the Northern Hemisphere. It marks the end of the harvest season and the death of The Horned God until he is reborn again at Yule. Like Beltane, this is when the veil between realms is thin and many people will leave offerings...

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Mabon is the celebration of the Autumn Equinox and the second harvest.  It happens between September 21st-24th in the Northern Hemisphere. It is a time for giving thanks for the abundance you have been provided through out the year. Traditionally, it was to show appreciation for a good harvest season as...

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Lughnasadh or Lammas is typically celebrated starting on the evening of August 1st through the 2nd in the Northern Hemisphere. It marks the beginning of the harvest season between the summer solstice and the fall equinox. Named after the God Lugh, this was a time for a large feast to...

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