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Celebrations - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
Most Pagans observe a variety of holidays throughout the year with the eight Sabbats, but they also celebrate many other milestones. Learn about different ...
2014 Pagan/Wiccan Calendar - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
Trying to plan your holidays in advance? There are a number of celebrations for Pagans and Wiccans throughout 2014. Check here for the dates for upcoming ...
The Eight Pagan Sabbats - The Pagan Wheel of the Year
The eight sabbats form the foundation of many modern Pagan traditions. This quick overview explains when the sabbats fall, how they are celebrated, and the ...
Buon Natale! Christmas in Italy - Origins in Pagan Celebrations
Find out how Christmas originated as a winter pagan celebration in Rome.
Roman Pagan Holidays - Roman Pagan Festivals - Paganism & Wicca
Many of the festivals and celebrations of ancient Rome are still marked today by some modern Pagans. Learn about some of the different Roman pagan ...
How to Celebrate Mabon, the Autumn Equinox - Paganism & Wicca
Mabon is the mid-harvest festival of the autumn equinox, and it is when many modern Pagans honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest.
Celebrating Yule, the Winter Solstice - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
For Pagans and Wiccans, it's often celebrated as Yule, but there are literally dozens of ways you can enjoy the season. First, you may want to read up on:.
Do Pagans Celebrate Earth Day? - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
I know that there are eight Pagan sabbats during the year, as well as a bunch of Esbats, but I also notice you've got Earth Day on the calendar. Is Earth Day even ...
Welcoming Non-Pagans to Your Pagan Celebration
Sometimes, non-Pagans appear at Pagan events. Here are some tips on what you can do to make sure they feel welcome, and understand everything that's ...
All About Beltane - What Is Beltane? - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
May 1 is known as May Day to many people, but for a lot of Wiccans and Pagans it's Beltane (our Southern Hemisphere readers celebrate it around October 31 ...