October 31 – November 1 (Northern Hemisphere)April 30 – May 1 (Southern Hemisphere) Throughout the world, Samhain is typically known as Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve is celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere. Historically, this was the last day of the calendar year to the Celts. It was a time when
Mabon//Autumn Equinox is the second of the three Celtic harvest festivals. It is also the second equinox, meaning that the dates will vary by year depending on the alignment of the Earth and its rotation. At this time of the year, the days and nights are equal in length, and, moving forward, we will start our descent into the dark half of the year.
Below, you will find the dates for the Sabbats for 2018 depending on the hemisphere you call home. Northern Hemisphere Imbolc – February 1, 2018 Ostara – March 20, 2018 Beltane – May 1, 2018 Litha – June 21, 2018 Lammas – August 1, 2018 Mabon – September 23, 2018
Lammas is coming up for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, and I have exactly 20 days to prepare. I’m not sure what I’m going to be doing, but since it is the first of the harvest festivals, I know I want to have at least a good feast