Beltane

Beltane

May Day (May 1st) was known since the times of Ancient Rome. On this day the ancient Romans poured water on each other and bathed in the Tiber. At ...

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Ostara

Ostara

On March 20 the spring equinox will occur - each year this day falls on 19, 20, or 21 March.  This is Ostara, one of the eight festivals of the Whe...

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Imbolc

Imbolc

On February 1st and 2nd witches and neopagans celebrate the turn of the Wheel of the Year - Imbolc, the festival of candles, milk, and awakening o...

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Yule - Winter Solstice

Yule - Winter Solstice

Yule is a day of the Winter Solstice, of fires, and the birth of the New Sun. Mother Goddess returns from the underworld and gives birth to the Sol...

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Samhain

Samhain

Samhain (the day of Shadows, or Ognissanti, according to the Stregheria tradition) is the festival of the third and final harvest. Wheat, fruits, a...

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Planetary Magic

Planetary Magic

Since ancient times people were looking at the starry sky and tried to understand, what mysteries it holds and how it influences life on the Earth....

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Fire - Elemental Magic IV

Fire - Elemental Magic IV

Fire is a symbol of force, courage, will to live, passion, and independence. It is an element of the light and of the Sun which brings fertility an...

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Air - Elemental Magic III

Air - Elemental Magic III

Air patronizes new beginnings, changes, actions, and journeys. Poets and dreamers use the power of Air. This magic can help with education, communi...

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Water - Elemental Magic II

Water - Elemental Magic II

Water is an element of love, bound between generations, emotions, and a personification of the women's power. Water magic is very much like Moon ma...

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Earth - Elemental Magic I

Earth - Elemental Magic I

The four elements are a fundamental concept in the world of magic. Earth, Water, Fire, and Air are the parts that form the Universe itself on the p...

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Mabon - Autumn Equinox

Mabon - Autumn Equinox

Since ancient times the autumnal equinox was considered the fest of the harvest, but unlike Lammath, Mabon is the time of the vegetables and fruits...

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