Sabats

Giving energy back – Solar

  • Yule – Dec. 21-23
  • Imbolc – Feb. 2
  • Ostara – March 21
  • Beltane – April 30 – May 1
  • Litha – June 21
  • Lammas – Aug. 1
  • Mabon – Sept. 21
  • Samhain – Oct. 31

Samhain – Last day of calendar – New Year! Celebrating death of Deities so others can be reborn – orange and brown – fall fruits – world of living and dead at its thinnest

Yule – winter solstice – celebrate Goddess giving birth to new God again – purple and dark green – holy, pinecones, wreaths – shortest day – yule log decorated with evergreen and holy, lit at sunset – give energy back to the earth

Imbolc – celebration of Gods growing – pink and pale green – evergreens – planting for spring – healing and inspiration

Ostara – spring equinox – Easter – light green – spring flowers and rain – light over dark – fertility

Beltane – fertility – white, red, and pink – rose – “jumping the bell fire”

Litha – summer solstice – celebrate Goddess being pregnant with God – white and pale yellow – summer flowers – longest day of the year – peak strength and power

Lammas – celebration of complete cycle of life – gold and bright yellow – nuts and grains – harvest – count blessings

Mabon – pagan thanksgiving – dark brown and red – second harvest – dark overtakes light

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