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Wiccan Full Storm Moon of February
The February full moon is the Storm Moon. This is a raw, blustery time of year in which the snow can return with a vengeance. For Wiccans, February is a month of beginnings and renewal as celebrated with the Imbolc sabbat.
What Are Wiccan Esbats?
Esbats are Wiccan rituals that celebrate the phases of the moon. You can also work witchcraft during an esbat to work with the moon’s energy.
How to Decorate An Imbolc Altar
The sabbat of Imbolc, which occurs on February 2, is a time of beginnings. This article will give you ideas on how to decorate your altar to honor the Goddess on her fire festival.
What to Do For the Wiccan Sabbat of Imbolc
The Wiccan sabbat of Imbolc, which occurs on February 2, is a time of beginnings. It is also a time of spring cleaning and blessing one's home and pets. Here are several ideas of things to do on this most auspicious day to honor the Goddess Brighid of the sacred flame.
Wiccan Cycles of the Moon
Each phase of the moon offers powerful energy for use in ritual work and witchcraft. This article will acquaint you with what the moon cycles look like, when they occur, and what types of witchcraft (summoning or banishing) they support.
Clockwise and Counterclockwise Witchcraft
Clockwise and counterclockwise refer to the direction in which you move when practicing witchcraft and ritual. The concept of clockwise (deosil) and counterclockwise (widdershins) is a powerful way to sharpen your intent and work with energy.
Wiccan Full Wolf Moon of January
The January full moon is the Wolf Moon. This is a point of great stillness when the cold has frozen the ground and the water as hard as stone. For Wiccans, this is a time of waiting, endurance, and survival – but great potential is building.
Four Ways To Do a Wiccan Cleansing
When you cleanse something, you wash away the metaphysical energies that can cling to objects and places like soot from a burnt out fire. This leftover energy is like invisible sludge that can contaminate and imbalance us.
Wiccan Names of the Twelve Full Moons
As the New Year begins, look ahead to the full moon cycle for guidance on how to plan your rituals. Each full moon has its own significance within the great Wheel of the Year. Each has something to teach you about the cycles of sowing, growing, reaping, and lying fallow.
Should You Mix or Match Wiccan Pantheons
Should you mix or match Wiccan pantheons during worship and in symbolic representation on your altar? This is a complicated question that delves at the heart of how you see the God and Goddess.
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