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Celebrating Mabon ( Autumn Equinox )

Mabon is the 2nd of the 3 Harvest Festivals & is celebrated during the Autumn Equinox. Also known as 'The Witch's Thanksgiving,' it is a time to feast upon the last of the Harvest season, as we prepare for the cold of Winter. It is a time to give thanks for the fruits of earth & ground our energy as we recharge our 'spiritual batteries' & grow closer to the darkness & thinning veil that separates our world & the spirit world. The Autumn Equinox occurs around March 21st for the Southern Hemisphere & September 21st- 23rd for the Northern Hemisphere. Now that the warmth is behind us, the cold lies ahead & we must take a moment to have...

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The Magick of Opalite

Giving off a stunning glow when placed in front of any candle or window light, this precious Guardian Angel totem made of Opalite, reminds you to pause, breathe & give gratitude for all that is. Free will allows us to create our own path, but that does not mean there are not other protective energies guiding you & watching over you. These Angel totems remind us that we are never alone, even in our darkest moments. Angels come to us in so many ways, usually when we need help the most. They can be in the form of a stranger, a loved one, an animal or pet and so much more. The high vibrations of love & light surrounds us...

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Celebrating Lammas & Lughnasadh ( The Harvest Season )

Lammas or Lughnasadh ( pronounced Lúnasa ) is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season usually held on the eve of July 31st – August 1st in the Northern Hemisphere and the eve of January 31st – February 1st in the Southern Hemisphere, beginning and ending at sunset or celebrated about halfway between the Summer Solstice & Autumn Equinox. Lammas or Lughnasadh is seen as one of the two most popular times for hand fasting, the other being at Beltane. Some Magickal practitioners celebrate this holiday by baking a figure of the "corn god" into the bread made from the season's first crop, and then symbolically eating it, as it becomes one with their body & spirit....

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