Today, we’ll put together a magickal planner, so come plan with me!
Friday’s Full Moon is known, in my tradition, as The Harvest Moon. September: Harvest Moon During September, we celebrate the second harvest–Mabon, and we rejoice in all we have gathered to us this year, through our hard work and perseverance.
One of the things I love best about our area is what happens during autumn. September usually varies between moderate and rainy, we often slide into the beginnings of our rainy season about mid-to-late month. The trees begin to change
Thursday, August 15th, will be the Corn Moon at 5:29 AM PDT August: Corn Moon We’ve passed Lughnasadh, the first harvest of grain and corn, and are on our way to autumn. During August, we focus on tying up loose
Blessed Lughnasadh. May your harvests be fruitful and your sacrifices given in reverence and honor. “There were three men came out of the west, their fortunes for to try, And these three men made a solemn vow John Barleycorn must
Tomorrow will be the full moon. While there are a number of naming systems for the different moons, I always preferred calling the June full moon the Faerie Moon. We’re close to the summer solstice, only a few days away,
So, today I thought I’d talk about one of my favorite tarot spreads. It’s an adaptation of one I was taught over thirty years ago, and I have no idea where it originated but I changed it to make it
Dreams of Gaia Tarot Deck Messenger Oracle Deck
Tonight is Walpurgisnacht, the Night of the Witches, and tomorrow is Beltane, so Blessed Beltane to all my fellow pagans, and happy May Day to everyone. In the Northern Hemisphere, now is the time when the Goddess and God run