I love the ancient feast days of the pagan calendar. Celebrating the turn of the “great wheel of the year” through the solstices, equinoxes and cross quarter days, these "holy days" are the origin ...

This is the pagan "wheel of the year", which marks their festivals. This is the calendar that wiccans celebrate. Notice any similarities with the catholic calendar?

The wheel of the year, part 5: ostara « Urban Herbwifery

Solitary Witchcraft: Ostara (Vernal Equinox)

~Paganism is an umbrella term to encompass many particular traditions. Again, the Cross-Quarter calendar is not followed by everyone.

Nature Bound Pagan: Paganism 101 However not entirely true, Paganism is /centuries/ older than Christianity, Wicca is a modern (loose use of the word modern) branch of Paganism

The Wheel of the Year celebrates the changing seasons of the year, and ...

12-18-12 Wheel of the Year

Wheel of the year, pagan year calendar - CLING rubber STAMP by Cherry Pie Art Stamps

The Witches Calendar

There are eight Wiccan Sabbats total; four major and four minor. These Sabbats…

Yule and wassail recipe from an old Llewellyn calendar.

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

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Basic Pancake Batter

Beltane - May Day

Beltane - May Day-- you don't have to be completely pagan to enjoy this ancient Celtic festival. Just do what feels natural.

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

Samhain Lore (October Samhain, (pronounced SOW-in, SAH-vin, or SAM-hayne) means "End of Summer", and is the third and final Harves.

I love the ancient feast days of the pagan calendar. Celebrating the turn of the “great wheel of the year” through the solstices, equinoxes and cross quarter days, these "holy days" are the origin ...

I love the ancient feast days of the pagan calendar. Celebrating the turn of the “great wheel of the year” through the solstices, equinoxes and cross quarter days, these "holy days" are the origi

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