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October Celebrations
By: / Novice
Post # 1

Hi.

I was wondering if anyone had celebratory plans for the season? Are you celebrating Samhain? Christian holidays? Any Autumn plans upcoming?

Today we had a feast of pheasant and vegetables, celebrating a successful hunt.

The next is planned for November, Thanksgiving time, unless between now and then there is another successful hunt.

Samhain, my plans are minimal. I will not know exactly until later this month, there may be a party. There will be new years divination on Samhain day unless that changes.

I plan as well this season to invest in a new mug, and to pick up my favorite tea for the colder months. I plan to get a nice mug from the metaphysical shop in November. I hope to order the tea this week, and perhaps pick up a cheap mug to hold me over until I pick up a more artsy one.

My own Autumn celebrations are simple and usually follow the same path each year. Feasts, divination, prosperity workings, and tea.

And if there are plans for it a Samhain party.

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Re: October Celebrations
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
If my brain remembers to function on the correct days, I will do a feast for my honored dead. I also need to take the time to connect to my nephew's spirit and see if he has made his way or if he is in need of anything.
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Re: October Celebrations
By: Moderator / Adept
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I celebrate throughout the month of October this awesome time of year. As harvests and hunts continue and the celebrations of getting ready for the coming winter is echoed through many activities. I usually have a dumb feast on Samhain with divination and communion with those that have passed onto the spirit world occurring as the veil is thin. I have pictures of my ancestors and loved ones on my altar and as well as the skulls or bones of other creatures we share this world with. I usually leave a candle burring over the three nights of Samhain to help guide those spirits that may be lost. I also carve a pumpkin into a Jack-o-Lantern to help spook the evil spirits that may be out and about during the same time. Sometimes I join others in ritual for this important sabbat, but this year it is unfortunately not in the cards. However one celebrates, may the holiday bring comfort and joy to all <3

Many Blessings,

Katie

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