When we talk about the season of the witch, we’re talking about September, October, and November of course. Mostly October, because of course both Halloween and Samhain take place at the end of the month (October 31st is Samhain Eve–which
Blessed Lughnasadh ~ The Season of Sacrifice May your harvests be fruitful, and your sacrifices given in reverence and honor…
Blessed Winter Solstice, as we Turn the Wheel once again, celebrating the death of the Holly King and the birth of the Oak King.
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
Blessed Mabon. May the Second Harvest bring you abundance and joy. ~Yasmine and her Family~
Blessed Lughnasadh! May your harvests be fruitful and your sacrifices given in reverence and honor… Yasmine and her team.
Kiss the sun under broken clouds.
Where is your river going?
Most joyous Litha May the Oak King reign supreme through this day as the Wheel turns to the Waning Year. From Yasmine and Her Team