Spring Equinox Meaning

Spring Equinox meaning Wiccan traditions it is also known as Ostara on the wheel of the year. Ostara comes from the word Eostre, Goddess of Spring. Alban Eilir  21/22nd March – Northern Hemisphere. 22nd September – Southern Hemisphere. Spring Equinox Definition Whilst the Goddess of Spring stirs at Imbolc – she is … Read More

Four Elements Directions And Seasons

A Druids Perspective,  The following is a list of just some of the correspondences and spiritual meanings for the basic four directions –  seasons – elements.   Metaphysical Meaning Of The Elements   Element Fire Fire Spiritual Meaning Activity, the sun, change, insight, healing, will, sexuality, authority, purification, strength, courage, manifestation. Astrology: … Read More

Celebrate The Wheel Of The Year

Working With The Wheel Of The Year Working With The Wheel By celebrating these festivals in the 21st century we are aligning ourselves with the natural rhythms of the seasons and of nature itself. Going with the flow helps us to harness these energies and reconnect with our personal natural rhythms, and … Read More

Beltane Meaning

Beltane Celebration 1st May Northern Hemisphere 1st November southern Hemisphere May Day! May Day! Beltane Definition Spring is in full bloom!  It’s May Eve and the bonfires are ablaze and there is much merriment. The word “Beltaine” literally means ‘bright’ or brilliant fire’, so the fires have been lit. They’re created from … Read More

Wheel Of The Year Meaning

Wheel of the year meaning the eightfold sabbats of the turning wheel of life and what was the significance of these festivals to our ancestors? The Eight Sabbats or Festivals The Wheel of the year is a term for the annual cycle of the Earth’s seasons consisting of eight festivals. Hinduism, Buddhism the … Read More

Lughnasadh Meaning

Lughnasadh Festival (Pronounces ‘loo-nus-uh’) The Sun god weds the Earth goddess to cause the ripening and fertility of the crops. Lughnasadh Meaning Six weeks later we come to the time of Lughnasadh (also known as Lammas) on August 1st, in the Northern Hemisphere and 2nd February in the Southern Hemisphere. Lughnasadh was … Read More