Spring Equinox Celebrations

Spring Equinox Celebrations in the past For early Pagans in the Germanic countries, this was a time to celebrate planting and the new crop season. Typically, the Celtic peoples did not celebrate Ostara as a holiday, although they were in tune with the changing of the seasons. Persian kings known as the Achaemenians celebrated the … Continue reading Spring Equinox Celebrations

Self-Care Inspired by the Wheel of the Year

OCTOBER 28, 2021 BY TIFFANY LAZIC READ TIME: 9 MINS In times of confusion, challenge, and crisis the encouragement to pay attention to one's own self-care is often heard coming from many quarters. And yet, these are the very times when, with so much of upheaval and disequilibrium all around, even the smallest act of self-nurturing can … Continue reading Self-Care Inspired by the Wheel of the Year

Happy Ostara

Celebrating Ostara

How did we Celebrate Ostara? For early Pagans in the Germanic countries, this was a time to celebrate planting and the new crop season. Typically, the Celtic peoples did not celebrate Ostara as a holiday, although they were in tune with the changing of the seasons. Persian kings known as the Achaemenians celebrated the spring … Continue reading Celebrating Ostara

Ostara:History

History of Ostara OSTARA (pronounced O-STAR-ah) is one of the Lesser Sabbats, and may also be known by these names:[ Lady Day, Alban Eiler (Druidic), Eostara (Teutonic), Ostara, Eostra, Eos (Greek), Alban Eilir (Druidic), Spring Equinox, Vernal Equinox, Summer Finding (Asatru), Naw Ruz (Persian New Year), Alban Elfed, Festival of Trees, No Ruz, Ostra, Rites … Continue reading Ostara:History