Numbers: Two

Animal: Gabriel

Colors: Blue (dark), Green, White

Days: Monday

Elements: Water

Energy: Yin

Goddesses: Ceres, Frigg, Rhea, Venus

Gods: Loki, Saturn

Minerals: Agate (green), Garnet, Jade, Moonstone, Pearl, Sapphire, Silver, Tourmaline (watermelon), Zircon (red)

Ogham: Eadha

Planets: Mars, Moon

Runes: Hagal

Tarot: High Priestess

Zodiac: Gemini, Taurus

Issues, Intentions, & Powers: Adaptability, Balance, Challenges, Change/s, Deceit, Dream Work, Empathy, Friend/ship, Gentleness, Imagination, Increase, Insight, Intelligence, Introspection, Intuition, Love, Messages/Omens, the Mind, Patience, Romance, Security (emotional), Support, Visions

– Alfrún

P.S. – Because everything is better with some floof

Celebrations: Mabon

The holiday of the autumnal equinox, Harvest Home, Mabon, the Feast of the Ingathering, Meán Fómhair or Alban Elfed (in Neo-Druid traditions), is a Pagan ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them to secure the blessings of the Goddess and the God during the coming winter months. The name Mabon was coined by Aidan Kelly around 1970 as a reference to Mabon ap Modron, a character from Welsh mythology. Among the sabbats, it is the second of the three Pagan harvest festivals, preceded by Lammas / Lughnasadh and followed by Samhain. Mabon is also known as the “Witches’ Thanksgiving”. Continue reading

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