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A May Eve Incantation
What You'll NeedA flower (such as a rose) with many petals that you can strip from the plant and strew about, or a variety of fresh greeneryA 5-6 inch red taper candleAnother fresh flower, intactTraditionally, witches recite various chants on Beltane Eve. At midnight, mark out a nine-foot diameter circle on the floor using flower petals or greenery. Light a red candle. Hold the candle in your right hand and hold a flower, a well-budded branch of greenery, or other fresh plant in the left hand. Hold both candle and vegetation to the sky. Stand in the east of your circle of flowers and begin wal..
Celebrating the Harvest Sabbats
One of the greatest summer pleasures of my youth was taking a drive with my parents and brother through the August countryside, stopping for fresh produce the farm families sold at the roadside for what seemed like spare change. Produce on the vine in the morning came fresh to the table in the evening. Nothing else tastes quite so sweet as that first taste of the first harvest from the fields of your homeland.When I first began doing research for the book that would become The Sabbats: A Witch's Approach to Living the Old Ways, I was astounded to discover that both the autumnal equinox as well..
Celebrating the Spring Equinox

The Spring Equinox is when day and night are equal, a time of balance.  It is also known as Ostara and is considered one of the 4 Sabbats of the Wiccan Year.  Here is a look at the rituals and the lore celebrating the beginning of Spring.

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