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Emma Kathryn writes on how to work with the seasons of Sabbats through the year to deepen your connection to their magical influence.
The root of Litha is just joy and, in order to properly celebrate it, the best way is to take a few moments to enjoy yourself.
Imbolc is one of the greater Sabbats, celebrated as the halfway point towards spring and lands, yearly, on February 1/2. Though not as famous outside of Pagan communities as Samhain and Beltane, this festival breaks up the winter season and helps point us towards preparing the fresh beginnings of spring.
Celtic Witchcraft touches on the magical relevance of calendars, colours, the elements, animals, tools, language, and more.
Samhain, of all the sabbats, is the one I most associate with craft-making.
The Art of Ritual discusses the basic elements of a ritual: tools, suggested altar set up, cleansing and consecration, making sacred and physical space.
Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up offers many tools for reconnection and "re-wilding" yourself, no matter where you live.
Liz Dean's Ultimate Guide to Tarot offers information to suit beginners and more in-depth content about symbolism and history for those more advanced.
The Wheel of the Year has turned an eighth from Beltane to Litha, celebrated on the summer solstice on June 21 in the northern hemisphere.
Midsummer: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Litha is the third book in Llewellyn’s Sabbat Essentials series. As with the other fun, basic guides in the series, this book is an accessible, easy-to-read reference.
One of the four major fire festivals of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year, Beltane symbolizes birth and fertility.
Beltane: Rituals, Recipes and Lore for May Day is a perfect guide to ignite the spark of creativity, of growth, of love and of promise.