Wheel of the Year

Neo-Paganism and the Wicca movement celebrate 8 major religious festivals (aka Sabbats). They include 4 festivals on the solstices and equinoxes and 4 on the dates which fall in the middle of these seasonal festivals. Because the dates are based on the solstice and equinox they are not always the same every year, but generally the festivals are as follows:

Imbolc Ritual

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Imbolc
Learn more about Imbolc and spells and rituals focused around the time of year between the beginning of Winter and start of Spring.

Ostara Ritual

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Ostara

Learn more about Ostara and spells and rituals focused around the Spring season.

Beltane May 1st, 2020

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Beltane
Learn more about Beltane and spells and rituals focused around the time of year between the beginning of Spring and start of Summer.

Litha

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Litha
Learn more about Litha and spells and rituals focused around the longest day of the year, the summer solstice.

Lughnasadh

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Lughnasadh
Learn more about Lughnasadh and spells and rituals focused around the time of year between the beginning of Summer and start of Fall.

Mabon

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Mabon
Learn more about Mabon and spells and rituals focused at and around around the time of the Fall and Autumn Equinox.

OCTOBER THE 31st SAMHAIN

On the same day as Halloween, Samhain is celebrated by pagans around the world.
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Yule Blessing

December 21st is Yule, this is a blessing for the holiday season.
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Yule
Learn more about Yule and spells and rituals around the winter holiday season