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by Sandra Kynes  /  27,275 views
Setup Items for this ritual include: Two white candles for deities; Four candles for the directions in pastel shades or colors of bright flowers; Chalice; Athame; Sweet juice such as peach nectar; Shelled sunflower seeds on a plate suitable for the altar; Cauldron filled with water; Pennies on a
See also: Beltane
by Sandra Kynes  /  13,572 views
Setup The items needed for this ritual include: Six green candles for the altar; Enough candles to place at the perimeter of your circle; A white altar cloth (white is the predominant color to symbolize winter’s hold, with the green candles representing the promise of spring); A chalice with milk
See also: Imbolc
by Sandra Kynes  /  19,625 views
Setup Items for the Litha Ritual include: Six candles for the altar; A basket of cut flowers; enough to lay out your circle (there can be space in between them); A basket of marigolds; Drums, rattles and other percussion instruments. If working solo or if these are not available you may want to use
See also: Litha
by Sandra Kynes  /  29,961 views
Setup Items needed for this ritual include: Six pieces of fruit, vegetables or a combination placed in a basket near the altar; Chalice; A wand or athame can be used to cast the circle; Honey mead or other honeyed drink such as chamomile tea; Cornbread on a plate; A small cup filled with
See also: Lughnasadh
by Sandra Kynes  /  36,755 views
Setup Items for this ritual include: Two brown or yellow candles for the altar; Chalice; A basket of apples; enough for the circle boundary (they need not touch each other); Three additional apples; A sharp knife to cut the apples; Several gourds; Blackberry wine or juice; A small bowl of
See also: Mabon
by Sandra Kynes  /  33,121 views
Setup Items needed for this Ostara ritual include: Four green altar candles for the directions; Two lavender or purple altar candles for the Goddess and God; At least one cut flower for each participant in the group ritual. For solo ritual, have a minimum of four flowers to mark the cardinal
See also: Ostara
by Sandra Kynes  /  24,978 views
Setup Items for this ritual include: Two white candles and four black candles; Four small sprigs of bittersweet; One branch of bittersweet; Strands of black, white and red yarn cut to twelve-inch lengths placed in a basket on the altar; Pomegranate seeds in a bowl; A piece of candy. Background
See also: Samhain
by Sandra Kynes  /  14,864 views
People began tracking time approximately 27,000 years ago by marking the 13 annual lunations of the moon. Around 8,000 years ago, people erected great stone monuments such as Stonehenge and massive alignments of standing stones that did more than trace a year’s passing. They actually tracked the
See also: Esbat
by Sandra Kynes  /  17,566 views
The Sabbats are a combination of solar and earthly celebrations. The daily cycle of the sun and the seasons of the earth determined the rhythms of activity for our ancestors. They lived close to the land and on an everyday basis observed its subtle changes. Entering sacred space in ritual helps
See also: Sabbat
by Sandra Kynes  /  19,449 views
Setup The items needed for this ritual: 4 sprigs of holly; 1 long strand of gold Christmas tree garland the longer the better; tea light candles in holders that protect the flame. More specifically, these candles will be placed on the floor and you want to protect long
See also: Yule
Dark Moon Scrying Spell
by Anna
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tudorbeth, author of The Hedgewitch's Little Library, including the latest release in the series, The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Lunar Magic. In my new book, The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Lunar...
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