Welcome one and all to our online ritual for Samhain in the year of 2020. Though we are unable to gather together physically in once place this year, we can still honor our beloved dead together by taking part in this ritual together. This year’s ritual will be led by April Kane.
For this Ritual you’ll need the following items:
- Cakes and Ale
- Fire of some sort- matches, lighter, etc.
- Bay Leaves, paper will do in a pinch
- Fireproof Container
- Divination Tool of choice
- Decorations on altar of your own choosing
You can find the full ritual script and notes by following this link.
Not all modern pagans celebrate Imbolc, but many wish to honor the cycles of nature in one way or another. It’s easy to pull together a simple altar space to cleanse and purify your home while encouraging those first inklings of new life from deep within the earth. Spring is beginning to stir. Small trays of crystals for healing and guidance, salt jars with purifying greens, and white candles can add a decorators touch to your home while still keeping the sacredness of your space in the forefront.
What will you put on your altar space this season? Here’s a peek at what’s on mine. Continue reading “Easy Imbolc Altar”
Mabon is almost upon us! September 23rd, 2018 is the date to celebrate the fall equinox. “At Mabon, day and night are of equal length—but this is the point on the Wheel of the Year at which the darkness overtakes the light, and night becomes longer than day. It is what we call the dark half of the year.” Get some great ideas for ways to add to your celebration with these fun Pinterest Boards.