wheel of the year Archive

Silver Witchcraft Tarot Kit, by Barbara Moore

By Marjorie Jensen
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot focuses on the cycle of the year and feminine energies,

Lughnasadh: The feast of grain and berries

By Susan Starr
Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas, is all about giving thanks for and eating the

Liber Nox, by Michael Howard

By Gesigewigu's
If you’re looking for an introduction into witchcraft and the Wheel of the Year,

Ostara traditions: Eggs, rabbits, and rituals

By Samantha Bell
Keeping with tradition, Ostara is a great time for spell work involving new beginnings,

Autumn Equinox, by Ellen Dugan

By Mike Gleason
Autumn Equinox: The Enchantment of Mabon, by Ellen Dugan Llewellyn Worldwide, 0738706248, 208 pp.,

Seeker’s Guide to Learning Wicca to the First Degree in the Southern Hemisphere, by Amethyst Treleven

By Mike Gleason
Seeker’s Guide to Learning Wicca: Training to First Degree in the Southern Hemisphere, by

Seeker’s Guide to Learning Wicca to the First Degree in the Northern Hemisphere, by Amethyst Treleven

By Mike Gleason
Seeker’s Guide to Learning Wicca: Training to First Degree in the Northern Hemisphere, by

Divine Comedy of Neophyte Corax and Goddess Morrigan, by Payam Nabarz

By Mike Gleason
Divine Comedy of Neophyte Corax and Goddess Morrigan, by Payam Nabarz Web of Wyrd,

Beltane

By Psyche
A celebration of spring, the third and culminating fertility festival, and one of the

Ostara

By Psyche
Ostara is one of the eight major sabbats or holy days of the Wiccan

Review: Lammas, by Anna Franklin

By Mike Gleason
Lammas: Celebrating the Fruits of the First Harvest, by Anna Franklin Llewellyn Publications, 0738700940,

Review: Midsummer, by Anna Franklin

By Mike Gleason
Midsummer: Magical Celebrations of the Summer Solstice, by Anna Franklin Llewellyn Publications, 0738700525, 173