A new month is upon us, which means that a new set of planetary transits is on the horizon, including retrogrades. Retrogrades are usually dreaded in the astro community, but it’s important to remember that they don’t always spell doom and gloom. When outer planets like Uranus and Neptune station retrograde, the effects aren’t as intense […] […]Read More reblog…THERE ARE 1 TOO MANY RETROGRADE PLANETS IN SEPTEMBER — INCLUDING MERCURY — Witches Of The Craft®
The full moon in Pisces forms an aspect with Pluto that could make finding our balance a bit difficult today. Thoughts and emotions that you’ve pushed to the back of your mind are likely to creep up on you, but responsibilities could get in the way of processing the emotions. It might be difficult to […] […]Read More reblog…SATURDAY, 9/10/2022 — DEER MOON ASTROLOGY
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The apple is a popular component of Mabon tradition. Mabon marks the beginning of apple season, a harvest that would help sustain our ancestors through the winter by providing them sustenance and strong cider. The fruit has always held great meaning for us, containing the secret of the pentagram, and representing life, wisdom, and immortality. […]Read More reblog…APPLE MAGICK FOR MABON: 5 WAYS TO INCORPORATE APPLES INTO YOUR FESTIVITIES
The Autumn equinox is like the sunset of the year. Whether you call it Mabon or Autumn Equinox, it’s a wonderful opportunity to teach our kids about the changing season and reflect on our own beliefs.The Autumnal equinox is a point of perfect balance between day and night, when both are exactly equal. The sun […] […]Read More reblog..the wheel turns again. — Root Simple
The Celtic festival known as Mabon takes place on the Autumn Equinox. Mea’n Fo’mhair is the name that the Druids give to this festival, during which they pay homage to the Green Man, who is considered to be the God of the Forest, by pouring libations for the trees. At this time, it is permissible to make offerings of […] […]Read More reblog..Celebrating the Autumn Equinox Called Mabon — Wholesale Irish Jewelry
Add this classic Mabon recipe to your traditional Fall Equinox table. And don’t even hope they’ll be leftovers. Filling in the belly and warming in the soul, Mabon harvest stuffing captures the dreamy, cozy season of autumn in one little dish. Mabon & the Harvest Mabon is an autumn holiday that roughly corresponds to the… Mabon […]Read More reblog…Mabon Recipe for Fall Harvest Stuffing — Moody Moons
Mabon is the Pagan term for the celebration of the Autumnal Equinox which occurs between September 21st and 23rd annually. Because Mabon celebrates the first official day of Fall, we feast on all things Fall on this cozy sabbat. Let’s celebrate and feast together with these SIMPLE 10 Mabon foods and recipes your entire family […]Read More Reblog…10 Delicious Mabon Foods and Recipes Your Whole Family Will Love!