I originally wrote this article in 2016. With Ostara just a few days away, I thought I would polish it up a bit and send it along in preparation the Equinox. Prior to Christianity people's lives were built around times of celebration for the God and Goddess of their culture. These were done with Sabbats … Continue reading Ostara

Samhain, the New year

I thought that as Samhain fell on a Thursday this year, I would share this article again. Enjoy! Back in February of 2016 I wrote an article about Imboloc, since that time I’ve been giving some though to doing a series on the Pagan year. (Sometimes I think too much, lol) I finally decided that … Continue reading Samhain, the New year


Today marks one of the least recognized and celebrated Sabats in the wheel of the year, Lughnasa. The day is known by alternate names like Lughnasadh, Lunasa, and Lammas. It is interesting that it’s not a more celebrated day. As the first of the three harvest festivals, it sits midway between the Summer Solstice and the Autumnal Equinox. Making it … Continue reading Lughnasa

Litha a Celebration of Summer

I've been doing the random post about the different stops on the wheel of the year. With Litha just days away I thought I would tell you a little bit about this Sabbat. Every culture recognizes this day by a different name. Most know this day as the Summer Solstice. The longest day and shortest … Continue reading Litha a Celebration of Summer

Yule, a Celebration of the returning Sun

Long before Christianity swept across the planet in its effort to save us from ourselves, our ancestors lived a life in union with Mother Gaia. This closeness told our ancestors when to plant crops, when to harvest, and what animals would be available to hunt during different times of the year. Life revolved around the … Continue reading Yule, a Celebration of the returning Sun


I thought I would share a little bit about Imboloc. The festival begins at the setting of the sun today and runs till the setting of the sun tomorrow. Imboloc is a cross quarter Sabbat which simply means that it is halfway between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. When trying to pronounce the … Continue reading Imboloc