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Imbolc Sabbat Activities
The Wiccan sabbat of Imbolc, which occurs on February 1, 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.
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. February is a month of beginnings and renewal as celebrated with the Imbolc sabbat.
How to Decorate An Imbolc Altar
The sabbat of Imbolc, which occurs on February 1, 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.
How to Choose Your Craft Name
A craft name is a pagan or Wiccan alias. You don't have to have one. But a well-chosen one will be a source of spiritual strength for you. Here are some potential sources for your craft name.
What is a Craft Name
A craft name is a name that you create and use to identify yourself within the pagan community. Think your craft name as an alias, a magical name, a witch name, or a pen name, if you wish.
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. This is a time of waiting, endurance, and survival – but great potential is building.
Guided Meditation for Yule - Anticipation
This guided meditation puts you into the longest night of the year, which is a place of beginnings. In ancient times, the faithful used to wait up all night on Winter Solstice to see the sun return at dawn.
How to Decorate a Yule Altar
The Yule altar is great fun to prepare because Yule is a time of rejoicing. Though it falls on the winter solstice with the shortest day and the longest night of the year, Yule is the festival that marks the return of the Sun.
Wiccan Rede Full Version
When Wiccans think of the Wiccan Rede, we tend to remember the eight-word phrase that expresses the moral core of our faith, An it harm none, do as ye will. However, there is a longer poem that quotes this as its final line. The poem has had a significant influence on Wiccan culture. Here it is.
Wiccan Words Q to Z
When you're a pagan or Wiccan, it is good to know the jargon. Here is a list of pagan and Wiccan terms and their meanings, which I will add to over time.
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