Discover the Traditions of Fire Festivals: A Quest to Honour the Seasons

This week’s article is an invitation to uncover a little more about celtic festivals.

Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to celtic traditions, Lughnasadh and Imbolc are perfect times to celebrate the abundance of the earth, the return of the light and to give thanks for the foods that will sustain us through the coming months.

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What is Imbolc? 3 ways to celebrate this February

The 1st and 2nd of February have long been celebrated as a festival paying attention to nature, protection and the Sun.

For Wiccans this time of year is Imbolc (Or Lammas, depending on your perspective). But non-Wiccans can still use this time as a time for feasting and fun!

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All Hallows Eve

The Sun is travelling through Pluto ruling Scorpio at this time of year. As one thing ends, another is beginning which of course is what both Samhain and Beltane symbolise. Let’s get into some ideas for marking this fire festival, plus we have a discount code for you to use on our Magick Discovered course!

What is Lammas?

Ideas for how to celebrate this fire festival

Celebrate the Solstice 21st June.

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival

The Beauty of Life

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival

It’s the 2nd of February. Again.

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival