Seasonal inspiration for Pagans

Jan 25th, 2017 | By | Category: Articles

It’s not unusual for Pagan books to include something on seasonal celebrations, but what they have, and whether it will be what you were looking for isn’t always obvious. Here are some insights into celebratory material in Moon Books titles.

 A Modern Celt by Mabh Savage looks at each of the points of the Wheel of the Year from both an ancient and current perspective. The book examines the origins of feast days such as Imbolc, with obvious Celtic roots, but also how someone inspired to walk a Celtic path might celebrate the minor Sabbats, such as the Winter Solstice.

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Ariadne’s Thread¬†by Laura Perry¬†includes a year’s worth of seasonal rituals: new and full moon plus spring, summer, autumn, and winter rites. These are based in the Minoan spirituality of ancient Crete, but fit easily into the seasonal cycles of modern Pagans anywhere in the world.

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jhp5683e3acec626In Pagan Portals: Herbs of the Sun, Moon and Planets, by Steve Andrews, two of the herbs of the Sun are included because of seasonal connections. Mistletoe is gathered at Winter Solstice and St John;s Wort around the time of Summer Solstice/St John’s Day.

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Starcat’s Corner: Essays on Pagan Living¬†by Nikki Starcat shields¬† is all about how to live in tune with the seasons – not just during your sabbat celebrations, but in all the nooks & crannies of your daily life. In a busy modern life, with kids, a career, household responsibilities, and all that – you can still live in harmony with the cycles of nature.

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Teen Spirit Wicca by David Salisbury has sabbat rituals he wrote with very minimal tools that any teen can get. All of them can be performed in a small dorm space if needed!

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Pagan Portals – Australian Druidry by Julie Brett has a lot on creating seasonal rituals and a wheel of the year specific to your local area.

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turningTurning the Wheel by Kevan Manwaring ¬†introduces readers to a full calendar of British folk traditions and places to visit at key times of the year. The books offers¬†moments of sacred time found in the unlikeliest of places and circumstances, showing how ‚Äėsacred time‚Äô is a state of mind that can be experienced not only at sacred sites, but in the everyday, in the familiar.

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