Modern American pagans often consider Poseidon in the summer, when they make their way to beaches across the land. However – in ancient Attica the month of Poseidon feel in mid-winter.
Samhain is one of the four major religious festivals in the Celtic calendar.
Samhain is celebrated for three nights at the end of the light half of the year and the beginning of the dark half of the year. This has come to be October 31st, November 1st and 2nd on our modern calendars.
Samhain sees the end of one year and beginning of the new but is not quite either one.
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.
Offerings that you make don’t need to be expensive or extravagant. Here are 10 simple gifts for the Gods that will show your devotion without breaking the bank.