Mabon Blessings

Personal Message of Thanks for My Mabon Blessings Fall is approaching with all of its bright colors and enticing smells. I am looking forward to fall just as I looked forward to its counterpart spring. Spring is a reminder of new beginnings, birth, and awakening. Fall is a reminder of harvesting what we have sown, … Continue reading Mabon Blessings

Mabon Blessing 2021

"Leaves fall, the days grow cold. The Goddess pulls her mantle of Earth around Her as You, O Great Sun God, sail toward the West to the land of eternal enchantment, wrapped in the coolness of night. Fruits ripen, seeds drip, the hours of day and night are balanced." - Mabon Sabbat and Lore

My Favorite Mabon Recipes

Two of my seasonal favorites for the Fruit harvest apples are beginning to be plentiful and squash is being harvested. These are perfect for family dinner or the apple bread is perfect to serve with your sabbat get-together. Acorn Squash with Cinnamon and Honey 4 acorn squash 8 tablespoons honey 8 tablespoons unsalted butter 8 … Continue reading My Favorite Mabon Recipes

Weekly Oracle Reading for the Week of September 20 – September 26 by Lady Dyanna — Ravenhawk’s| Magickal Products| Candles| Cloaks| Ritual Boxes|

This week’s oracle reading is from Witches’ Wisdom Oracle Cards by Meiklejohn-Free & Peters The card for this week is Mabon Essential Meaning: Balance Mabon gifts us dark and light. Candles lit, one black, one white, important to shine out far and wide, and to honor our shadow side. The magic is worked with harm … Continue reading Weekly Oracle Reading for the Week of September 20 – September 26 by Lady Dyanna — Ravenhawk’s| Magickal Products| Candles| Cloaks| Ritual Boxes|

Autumn Equinox, Mea’n Fo’mhair, Mabon Customs and Practices

                      The Druids call this celebration, Mea'n Fo'mhair, and honor The Green Man, the God of the Forest, by offering libations to trees. Offerings of ciders, wines, herbs, and fertilizer are appropriate at this time. Wiccans celebrate the aging Goddess as she passes from Mother … Continue reading Autumn Equinox, Mea’n Fo’mhair, Mabon Customs and Practices