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Imbolc History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

Imbolc takes place the night of February 1st through February 2nd and is representative of the feminine, fertility, sexual activity, birth, purification, healing and renewal. 2,122 more words

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Winter Solstice and Ways to Celebrate

Winter Solstice or Alban Arthur marks the beginning of winter and usually falls sometime between December 21st through the 22nd. This year it falls on the 21st. 681 more words

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Samhain History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

Samhain takes place the night of October 31st through November 1st and is representative of our ancestors, death and balance.

┬áThe word Samhain can be translated to “summer’s end”. 1,319 more words

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Autumn Equinox and Ways to Celebrate

Autumn Equinox or Alban Elfed marks the official end of the summer and usually falls sometime between September 21st through the 23nd. This year it falls on the 22nd. 425 more words

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Lughnasadh History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

Lughnasadh or Lughnasa takes place the night of July 31 through August 1 and is representative of the harvest, skills, sacrifice and perseverance.

The word Lughnasadh can be translated to “an assembly” and of course the beginning of the word referring to “Lugh” the god. 1,878 more words

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