Mabon is a time of balance, and a good time to celebrate the stability of the hearth and home. This ritual is a simple one designed to place a barrier of harmony and protection around your property. You can do this as a family group, as a coven, or even as a solitary.
This rite is designed with solitary Wiccans and Pagans in mind, and uses the apple and its five-pointed star as the focus. Honor the ancient gods at Mabon with this harvest ritual.
It's Mabon, which means there are equal amounts of light and darkness. For many Pagans and Wiccans, fall means a time of harmony and balance, but if you're feeling a little lopsided, this meditation will help get you back on track.
Looking for a way to celebrate Mabon, the second harvest Sabbat? Read on for some great ideas for you and your family to observe the autumn equinox.
The time of the autumn equinox is known as Mabon. This is a day to celebrate the second harvest and the balance between dark and light. Here are some ideas for dressing up your altar and sacred space for your Mabon celebrations.
Mabon is a time when the earth is dying a little each day, and as we welcome the harvest, we also realize that the long nights of winter aren't far off. Honor the darker aspects of the Goddess as the autumn equinox arrives.
Mabon is known as a sabbat of the second harvest - why not gather up your goodies from the garden, and use them on your altar as part of your celebrations?
There are plenty of Sabbats and other events celebrated by Pagans each year. Here's our listing of the 2015 Pagan and Wiccan calendar of events.
In many Pagan belief systems, deities of the hunt are honored. Here are some of the Pagan gods and goddesses associated with the hunt.
Saturn was a Roman agricultural god, as well as a god of time itself. Let's look at some of the ways he was honored by the ancient Romans.