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Seasons: with seasons depending on the culture and its tradition, there could be a veriety of different meanings as well as forms of seasons. Some culturtes have 4, others may have other variations off of that.

So put together a variety of seasonal understandings toward various cultures.

 

Eostar Litha Mabon Samhain Yule

1 January Capricorn Scorpio Leo Aries Taurus

2 February Aquarious Sagitarious Virgo Taurus Gemini

3 March Pises Capricaorn Libra Gemini Cancer

4 April Aries Aquarious Scorpio Cancer Leo

5 May Taurus Pises Sagitarious Leo Virgo

6 June Gemini Aries Capricorn Virgo Libra

7 July Cancer Taurus Aquarious Libra Scorpio

8 August Leo Gemini Pisces Scorpio Sagitarious

9 September Virgo Cancer Aries Sagitarious Capricorn

10 October Libra Leo Taurus Capricorn Aquarious

11 Novermber Scorpio Virgo Gemini Aquarious Pisces

12 December Sagitarious Libra Cancer Piscies Aries

 

Yule: December 21, The beginning of the Gregorian New Year. This is a time to draw within yourself. The coming year will bring new experiences which will continually reshape your reality.

Purple

 

Imbolc February 2, begin coming into yourself, spring is coming. This is a time to begin coming out of your shell discovering how you are and where you are coming from, begin working on your future.

Yellow

 

Ostara March 21, The beginning of Spring. Start working with and bringing about what you planned on during the long winter rest. A new year of growth is up on you.

Grey

 

Beltain April 30-May 1. May day, A time of rich celebration, summer is coming, you need to get out enjoy life, and prepare yourself for the summer of abundant activity.

Blue

 

Litha June 21, Midsummer, This is a time to celebrate how you are and what you are doing, a time to achieve the best out of life you can.

Red

 

Lughnasadh August 1, the approach of fall, Midsummer, Finish the projects of summer, prepare yourself for the changes which will proceed the changing cycles to the seasons and your life. Finish preparing the crops.

Green

 

Mabon September 21, Harvest, Finish up the details which have occupied your time in this year. Prepare yourself for the coming of fall by finishing what you can.

White

 

Samhain October 31, Fall, The end of the old cycle, the beginning of the new cycle. The coming winter a time to withdraw within yourself and begin the process again.

Gold

 

 

combination of hte planing cycle and the Sabbats calendar.

 

Samhain is the beginning of (Celtic)'Deireadh Fomhair', (English)winter is coming, (Frankish) 'Windurmanoth' vintage month as time of the wine harvest, Asatru 'the month of hunting.

 

 

Sabbat Calendar (Note to think about is the history in the Celtic tradition)

There are 8 sabbats in a witches year.

Candlemas, Imbolc, or Oimelc Feb. 2

May Eve, Beltain, April 30 (Walpurgis night)

Lammas, Lughnasadh August 1

Samhain (Halloween) October 31

 

The other solstices at midsummer and mid winter and the equinoxes at spring

and autumn

Capricorn (winter solstice)

Cancer (Summer solstice)

Aries (spring equinox)

Libra (autumn equinox)

 

 

Ceremonies/Rituals

There are several basic forms of ceremonial and rituals in the

metaphysical realm, In this section are several from different sources.

Ranging from Wiccia, to Norse, to Pagan. These are the rituals best to give

an overall picture of what rituals are all about.

 

Sabbats Calendar

 

Yule: December 21, The beginning of the Gregorian New Year. This is a time

to drawn within your self. The comming year will bring new experiences with

will continually reshape your reality.

 

Imbolc February 2, begin coming into yourself, spring is coming. This is a

time to begin comming out of your shell discovering how you are and where you

are comming from, begin working on your future.

 

Ostara March 21, The beginning of Spring. Start bringing yourself into the

new year.

 

Beltaine April 30-May 1. May day, A time of rich celebration, summer is

coming, you need to get out enjoy life, and prepare yourself for the coming

winter.

 

Litha June 21, Midsummer, achieve the best out of life you can.

 

Lughnasadh August 1, the approach of fall, Finish preparing the crops.

Tend to your life.

 

Mabon September 21, Harvest, Finish up the details in what you are doing

this year. Work on the coming fall and winter.

 

Samhain October 31, Fall, The end of the old cycle, the beginning of the new

cycle. The coming New Year.

 

Samhain is the beginning of (Celtic)'Deireadh Fomhair', (English)winter is

coming, (Frankish) 'Windurmanoth' vintage month as time of the wine harvest,

Asatru 'the month of hunting.

 

The Sabbats throughout the Year

Solstice /Equinox

 

These are the astriological devistions within the what we from the Caucatios background of knowledge refer to as the year. Or one revelation of the Earth around the Sun.

 

Different religouns around the world refer to there calendars starting at different times in the year. The following map referes has no begining or end

 

The Celtic New year begins as

Sabbat Calendar (Note to think about is the history in the Celtic tradition)

There are 8 sabbats in a withes year.

Candlemas Imbolc or Oimelc Feb. 2

May Eve Beltain April 30 (Walpurgis night)

Lammas Lughnasssadh August 1

Samhain (Halloween) October 31

The other solstices at midsummer and mid winter and the equinoxes at spring and autumn

Capricorn (winter solstice)

Cancer (Summer solstice)

Aries (spring equinox)

Libra (autumn equinox)

 

Calendar

 

This is my area of adding in tables with the entire 365 day calendar in them.

 

Since each of the calendars is slightly different there needs to be a separate table for each. As well as the combinations of calendars,

 

the 8 together table.

 

The 3 table, which is a calendar about the 3 major separations of a year. Which can actually be 2 of them seasonal and the winter, fase between, summer fase between. The fase between is the dawn dusk,

 

Then there is the 5 which is the seasonal calendar. 5 seasons

 

The 8 which is all the calendars turning together

 

The 13 is is the moon calendar

 

After that there is a great deal of strange counts happening,

The 2 year count

3

5

8

13

21

 

then there is the societal tables. What happens over the course of several thousand years

 

The Gregorian Calendar

 

The begining of the gragorian year is in the middle of the winter cycle 9 days past the winter solsitice or Yule in the pagan tradition.

 

January: Janus the roman 2 headed god of endings and beginings.

February: Februa the roman goddess, patroness of the passion of love

March: Mars the roman god of war, protector of agriculture

April: Aphrodite the greek goddess season of opening

May: May greek goddess of spring, chief of Greek Seven Sisters, mother of Hermes

June: Juno Roman Great Mother goddess, queen of heaven

July: Julius Caesar reorganized roman calendar

August: Augustus Caesar first roman emperor Demeter is the goddess of this month

September: Pomona goddess of fruit and fruit bearing trees

October: Astraea roman goddess Celtic new year known as Samhain

November: Cailleach old woman goddess, guards quarter beginning this month

December: Decima middle goddess of Three Fates, Vesta patroness of fire

 

 

 

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