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Apple Butter Harvest Festival

I’m going to try to keep you guys updated on all my harvest season celebration activities, and hopefully inspire you to do some of your own.  63 more words


Samhain Altar 2014

It’s “our” time of year!

I like to get my Samhain altar rolled out at the beginning of the month and generally leave it there until after Thanksgiving. 425 more words


The meaning of "home"

I’ve been thinking a lot about traditions, and connections, and what it means to call something “home”.

I’ve always confused people when I use the word “home”. 741 more words


Month of the Ivy

September 30 – October 27

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Celtic Name:

Folk Names:
Bindwood, lovestone

Parts Used:
Berries, leaves

Medicinal Uses:
A drachm of the flowers which has been decocted in wine is said to keep dysentery in check. 291 more words

Wheel Of The Year

The Mists of Autumn

I may have mentioned a couple of times that autumn is, by far, my most favourite season. I love that the air starts getting crisp in the morning. 607 more words


Sacredness: Nature

I love watching the plants dry up and seeing all the textures. I don’t know why, but they just look nifty.


Autumnal Equinox

Autumn, with its crisp air and comforting smells, is a time of delicate balance between light and dark. It is a crossover point in the Wheel of the Year. 231 more words

Ritual Magick