Blessed Samhain. (And a Blessed Beltane to my Southern Hemisphere peeps). May this Burnt Orange Season lead you safely between worlds as the Veil lifts. –Yasmine
May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the Veils lift. Yasmine
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 Samhain. May this burnt orange season lead you safely between the worlds as the Veil lifts.
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
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
May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the Veils lift.
On Samhain the Veils part, spirits walk and the ancestors sing, As we honor the Lord of Fire and the Lady of Ice.
November 1, Samhain—the Festival of the Dead. The year is waning, venturing towards the winter solstice, the darkest night of the year. Leaves lay crisp on the ground, their burnished reds and bronzes a reminder of the fallow fields of
We are the ghosts of the future.