Mabon, the Autumn Equinox
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When is Mabon 2012?
Mabon is a time of giving thanks for the harvest. What is the date for Mabon 2012?
When is Mabon 2011?
Mabon is a time of giving thanks for the harvest. What is the date for Mabon 2011?
When is Mabon 2010?
Mabon is a time of giving thanks for the harvest. What is the date for Mabon 2010?
When is Mabon 2009?
Mabon is a time of giving thanks for the harvest. What is the date for Mabon 2009?
All About Mabon, the Autumn Equinox
Looking for info on Mabon, the autumn equinox? You've come to the right place - here's where you'll find Mabon rituals and ceremonies, Mabon folklore and background, as well as some great recipes and craft ideas.
Mabon History: The Second Harvest
As a holiday, the term Mabon is fairly new, but people have celebrated the autumn equinox for centuries. At the time when there is an equal amount of light and dark, we harvest our crops and prepare for winter, all the while giving thanks for that which we have. Learn how this second of the three harvest Sabbats has been celebrated around the...
Setting Up Your Mabon Altar
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 home and sacred space for your Mabon celebrations.
Mabon Altar Gallery
Mabon is a celebration of the second harvest, and we love it when readers share their altar decorations with us! Check out this image gallery to see how other Pagans and Wiccans set up their altar for Mabon, the autumn equinox.
Giving Thanks at the Autumn Equinox
Mabon is the time of the autumn equinox, and the harvest is winding down. The fields are nearly bare, because the crops have been stored for the coming winter. Mabon is a time when we take a few moments to honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest. On or around September 21, for many Paga