Book of Shadows

Book of Shadows

Book of Shadows
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The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

Samhain the night where the veil between worlds grow thin

Samhain the night where the veil between worlds grow thin

Nature Bound Pagan: Samhain - A Thin Veil.  Everything you could possibly want to know about the Celtic holiday behind Halloween.

Nature Bound Pagan: Samhain - A Thin Veil. Everything you could possibly want to know about the Celtic holiday behind Halloween.

Autumn Equinox: Mabon Infographic, for the #Autumn #Equinox.

Autumn Equinox: Mabon Infographic, for the #Autumn #Equinox.

- Mabon (Autumn Equinox - Pagan) September Herb Broom - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

- Mabon (Autumn Equinox - Pagan) September Herb Broom - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Lammas Celebrations. Pagan festival celebrated at the beginning of August at the height of summer. These days Harvest Festival has taken over, and that is celebrated in Autumn. Would be great to make fun plaited and knotted bread rolls with kids, as well as making corn dollies with paper straws.

Lammas Celebrations. Pagan festival celebrated at the beginning of August at the height of summer. These days Harvest Festival has taken over, and that is celebrated in Autumn. Would be great to make fun plaited and knotted bread rolls with kids, as well as making corn dollies with paper straws.

Lammas Barley Faerie / Fairy. Handmade Corn Dolly. by PositivelyPagan, £9.50

Lammas Barley Faerie / Fairy. Handmade Corn Dolly. by PositivelyPagan, £9.50

Book of Shadows:  "#Book of #Shadows 18 Page 1," by Sandgroan, at deviantART.

Book of Shadows: "#Book of #Shadows 18 Page 1," by Sandgroan, at deviantART.

Lammas - 1st August Literally translated means 'loaf mass day' and celebrates harvesting of the first grains. Couples were encouraged to steal into the woods and procreate ;) Corn dollies were made to symbolise the goddess of the grain to ensure a good harvest the next year. Make plaited bread to remind you not to take food for granted. Before each meal on the 1st say 'I bless this food and I'm grateful for all the good things the Earth brings to my table'

Lammas - 1st August Literally translated means 'loaf mass day' and celebrates harvesting of the first grains. Couples were encouraged to steal into the woods and procreate ;) Corn dollies were made to symbolise the goddess of the grain to ensure a good harvest the next year. Make plaited bread to remind you not to take food for granted. Before each meal on the 1st say 'I bless this food and I'm grateful for all the good things the Earth brings to my table'

Sun Crochet Coasters

Sun Crochet Coasters