In this post, we explore Mabon correspondence so you have all of the information for your celebrations and spell work. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.
Browns – Brown represents grounding, balance, the home, animals, and stability.
Oranges – Orange is a combination of red and yellow. The yellow brings warmth and mental clarity, while the red brings intensity and power. Therefore, orange is very much linked to justice, ambition, and creativity
Greens – Green represents nature, fertility, prosperity, health, wealth, and abundance.
Reds – Red represents strength, courage, and passion. It is linked with the fire element and can be used to intensify or speed up a spell.
Yellows – Yellow also represents the sun and the warmth that sunlight brings. In candle magick, it represents happiness, growth, knowledge, communication, and inspiration.
Citrine – Citrine (my favourite stone!) is fantastic at helping you in your creative endeavours. It is said to keep you motivated, bring you luck and is known as a stone of abundance. Believed to removed negative energy and promotes inner calm.
Amber – Amber is the fossilised resin from Pine trees dating back centuries. It is said to be a protective stone with calming energies. Amber can help with change, promotes success, and brings clarity to things you may not be aware of. It is also said to be a great helper for those who want a deeper connection to nature.
Quartz – Clear Quartz is a fantastic stone that can be programmed with your intentions. It has the ability to absorb negative energy and store it until cleansed. At the same time, it can amplify positive energy and boost other crystals which is why it is often included in crystal grids.
Aventurine – This green stone has naturally occurring flecks or sparkles inside which the ancient Greeks referred to as ‘stars in the stone’. It is best known for bringing luck, money, and success. It is also known for boosting confidence, energy and sparking the imagination.
Tigers Eye – Tiger’s eye is a balancing stone that grounds and protects you. It is said to enhance your confidence, willpower, and creativity. Believed to aid divination, instill courage, and helps us recognise our own strengths.
Lapis Lazuli – Lapis Lazuli is said to sharpen the memory and help you sort through a busy mind to find important information. It is also said to be a good stone to meditate with, helping you find inner peace and aiding your journey of self-discovery.
Yellow Topaz – Also known as Imperial Topaz. It is said to be a symbol of friendship, often attracting the people you need into your life at the right time. Believed to promote good fortune, bringing wealth and happiness to you.
Cats Eye – The stone looks like it has a slit-shaped like a cat’s eye of light going through it. A term called Chatoyance. This can appear in a variety of different gemstones but the original cat’s eye is thought to be Chrysoberyl. Cats eye is known as a protection stone to ward off evil spirits. Said to bring joy and good luck to its owner.
Cinnamon – Cinnamon is great for most types of spell work as it boosts personal and spiritual power, making spells more successful. It is also associated with healing, success, strength, love, luck, protection, and prosperity.
Yarrow – Yarrow is great at regulating energy and healing emotional/spiritual wounds. It is said to be good for love magick and attracting friendships into one’s life. It has also been traditionally used in divination work.
Clove – Clove is associated with empathy, protection, healing, and memory. It is also used as an aphrodisiac.
Rose Hips – Rose hips are the seedpods of roses. Of course, roses are associated with love, romance, and sex. However, they can also bring luck, enhance confidence and beauty. As well as helps make dreams clearer and they are also good for truth magick.
Apple – Apples have a long history in magick. In fact, if you slice an apple in half, you will see a pentagram shape, so it is not surprising that apples are linked to protection magick. They are also said to correspond with love, health, prosperity, fertility, and divination.
Rue – Rue is said to increase your mental abilities. It is believed to protect and can remove negativity. It is said that if you add rue to a bath, you can remove hexes.
Sage – Sage is probably best known for its cleansing and purification uses, often used for smudging. However, it is also associated with healing, prosperity, dreams, and intuition.
Rosemary – Associated with purifying negative energy, enhancing memory and concentration, and promoting love/lust. Additionally, sleeping with rosemary under your pillow is said to prevent nightmares too.
Owl – Owls are nocturnal so can watch over you as you sleep, keeping you safe. They are associated with protection and carrying messages of great wisdom. Owls represent the ability to navigate through any darkness we may encounter throughout our lives.
Stag – The stag or male deer has a long, deep connection with Paganism and Wicca. The stag represents transformation as their horns grow, fall off, and then grow back. The stag is also a symbol of the hunt that would coincide with Mabon to feed our ancestors although many no longer agree with hunting now that food is readily available.
Blackbird – The blackbird is known for its beautiful song. He is not a bird that likes to fly far and high, instead, he keeps close to the ground taking short well-planned journeys to get to where he needs to be. He is a home bird that takes great pride in his nest (home) and territory. Blackbirds symbolise home and family, finding your voice and making use of it, safety, and good luck.
Wolf – The wolf is often thought of as bad. However, in Celtic lore, the wolf was thought of as the hound or dog of the forest and was to be respected. Wolf symbols on soldier’s armour represented strength and courage. Wolves are social animals within their packs symbolising the importance of family and friends.
The food that relates to Mabon is harvest foods such as pumpkins, apples, wheat/bread, corn, courgettes, squash, acorns/nuts, root vegetables, and pears. Wine as nearly always is the Mabon-related drink!
Looking through the Mabon correspondence, it is easy to understand why the following subjects relate to Mabon in terms of spell work.
- Goal setting
- Home Protection
- Shadow Work
- Family/loved ones
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