Blessed Yule!

Blessed Winter Solstice

Blessed Winter Solstice, as we Turn the Wheel once again, celebrating the death of the Holly King and the birth of the Oak King.

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The Holly Moon

full moon under the night winter sky

The Full Moon this month will be on December 18th, 8:35 PM Pacific Time, in Gemini. The Holly Moon, as my tradition calls December’s full moon, helps bring the calendar year to a end. It’s the last gasp moon, and

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That Burnt Orange Season

That Burnt Orange Season

So, we’ve finally got all the decorations for both autumn and Samhain up. We decorate in stages–in August, it’s all about Lughnasadh and corn and sunflowers. Then at the beginning of September, out come the early autumn decorations–some of the

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Welcome to the Witching Season

picture of a crystal ball

Every year, I welcome you to the Witching Season–the season of the witch as Donovan sang, the season of magic. And this year is no different. This month, on the blog, I’m doing a huge celebration for the release of

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Blessed Mabon

Blessed Mabon

Blessed Mabon. May the Second Harvest bring you abundance and joy. ~Yasmine and her Family~

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Harvest Moon

Harvest moon surrounded by autumn leaves

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. So this month, our Esbat will focus on celebration and sharing. As

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Vine Moon–July Full Moon

Vine Moon–July Full Moon

The Vine Moon–July’s full moon–is on July 23, and is in the sign of Aquarius. Which means, it’s a good time for being gregarious, for community work, for magick focused on communications and connections.  If you have any contracts coming

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Cauldron Thoughts

Cauldron Thoughts

Kiss the sun under broken clouds.

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Faerie Moon–June Full Moon

the Faerie Moon

On June 24th, the full moon will be in Capricorn, and this is the Faerie Moon (in my tradition). Around this time of year, the veils to the gates of Faerie seem open more than any other time, though they’re

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