SGC Admin: Mabon is another of the Pagan/Wiccan celebrations, with focus on giving thanks for blessing bestowed upon them and falls (excuse the pun) around September 22 the Fall Equinox …. Please view Patti Wigington ‘s “lesson” on Mabon…
Happy Mabon to all who celebrate it.. 🙂
It is the time of the autumn equinox, and the harvest is winding down. The fields are nearly empty, because the crops have been plucked and stored for the coming winter. Mabon is the mid-harvest festival, and it is when we take a few moments to honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest. On or around September 21, for many Pagan and Wiccan traditions it is a time of giving thanks for the things we have, whether it is abundant crops or other blessings. With it being a few weeks away, now is a good time to start decorating your home for the autumn equinox, and planning your fall craft projects!Follow Pagan/Wiccan on Twitter or Join Me On Facebook.
Need some quick and affordable decorating ideas for Mabon? Here are some tips on how to bring the season into your home without breaking your bank account! Use apples, leaves, acorns and more to celebrate the fall equinox. Read Full Article
God’s eyes are one of the easiest crafts you can make, and they’re versatile because you can create them in any color. For a harvest celebration, make them in fall colors — yellows and browns and reds and oranges. This simple craft can be used in fall spellwork. Read Full Article
As the Wheel of the Year turns with each season, you may wish to use different types and scents of incense for your ceremonies and rituals. While incense isn’t mandatory for a good ritual, it certainly can help to set the mood. To make your blend of incense for Mabon, the autumn equinox, we’ll be using scents that remind us of the fall season, and the second harvest of the year. Read Full Article