CELTIC FULL MOONS · October 01, 2020
The Hunter's Moon is the full moon of October and is so called because it is dedicated to the hunted animals, remembering their spirit and thanking them for all the nourishment they always give us.

CELTIC EQUINOXES · September 22, 2020
The Mabon Sabbat (Autumn Equinox) is the day of equilibrium where day and night have the same duration.

CELTIC FULL MOONS · September 02, 2020
The Harvest Moon is the full moon of September and is so called because the second great harvest is celebrated, the most abundant one.

CELTIC FULL MOONS · August 03, 2020
The Sturgeon Moon is the full moon of August and is so called because a large number of these huge freshwater fish once swam in lakes and rivers.

CELTIC FESTIVALS · August 01, 2020
The Lughnasadh Sabbat is a festival of abundance where bread symbolizes the most important fruit of Mother Earth.

CELTIC FULL MOONS · July 05, 2020
The Buck Moon is the full moon of July and is so called because in this period new antlers emerge from the forehead of the bucks.

CELTIC SOLSTICES · June 20, 2020
The Litha Sabbat (Summer Solstice) is a magical and powerful Sabbat, a truly powerful day and turning point of the year.

CELTIC FULL MOONS · June 05, 2020
The Strawberry Moon is the full moon of June and is so called because in this period the wild strawberries begin to ripen.

CELTIC FULL MOONS · May 07, 2020
The Flower Moon is the full moon of May and is so called because in this period the flowers cover the plants and the fields.

CELTIC FESTIVALS · May 01, 2020
The Beltane Sabbat is a minor sabbat and is celebrated between the night of April 30 and May 1, or the day halfway between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice.

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