Celebrations: Samhain

Samhain (pronounced Sow-in or Sah-win) is a Gaelic festival to mark the end of the harvest and to mark the beginning of the “Darker Half” of the year, or Winter. Traditionally, the festival is celebrated from sunset on to October 31st to sunrise November 1st. It falls halfway between the autumn equinox and winter solstice, and is one of four such celebrations that include Imbolc, Beltane, and Lughnasadh. Historically, it has been celebrated throughout Ireland, and later, the Island of Man and Scotland.  Continue reading

Days of Power and/or Holidays

Below you can find information on the major holidays used by most Pagans, especially those of the Wiccan persuasion.

Samhain

Yule

Imbolc

Ostara

Beltane

Litha

Lughnassadh

Mabon

Esbats/Full Moons


Aaaand here are the holidays I celebrate:

Samhain

Yule

Þorrablót

Disting

Ostara

Beltane

Midsummer

Freyfaxi

Mabon

Esbats/Full Moons

– Alfrún