On the longest night of the year, we Turn the Wheel, mourning the death of the Holly and celebrating the rise of the Oak. Bright blessings and may the Solstice bring you joy and hope. Yasmine and Samwise
Way back in 2001, when the towers fell, I mourned for a long time, like most Americans. I think we were all in a collective shock. When the holidays drew close, it was hard for me to know whether to
So, it’s been a few years since I really did a post on my Yule decorations and I thought I’d get back to that on the blog, instead of just IGing pictures. As you know, I’m a decorating fiend and
So, we are coming close to Samhain, we are nearing a new moon, we are moving into a Mercury retrograde period, and all of this will be in the sign of Scorpio. In other words: we’re headed for a very
Blessed Mabon! May the Second Harvest bring you abundance and joy! From Yasmine and her team.
Today, we’ll put together a magickal planner, so come plan with me!
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
Most Joyous Litha May the Oak King reign supreme through this day As the Wheel turns to the Waning Year! From Yasmine & her Team
Litha — the summer solstice — falls on June 21st this year. The exact time is at 8:54 AM, PDT. The summer solstice means different things to different pagans, and all of these traditions can be right. In my tradition,
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