Wheel of the year with Wiccan symbols

Wheel of the Year

This is where you will find links to all of the posts which talk about what the wheel of the year is and why it is important.

The wheel of the year is made up of eight sabbaths. For more detailed information about the wheel of the year, check out this blog post here

Yule

The wheel of the year starts with Yule. Yule is normally celebrated from December 21st to January 1st with the winter solstice falling on December 21st. For all things Yule, check out the dedicated page, Yule

Imbolc

Imbolc is celebrated February 1st – 2nd. It is the first of four cross-quarter holidays that occur throughout the year. For more information about Imbolc, check out the dedicated Imbolc page

Ostara

Ostara is also known as the spring equinox and is celebrated on March 20th. For more information, check out the dedicated Ostara page

Beltane

Beltane is usually celebrated from April 30th – May 1st. Another cross-quarter holiday. Check out the dedicated Beltane page for more information. 

Litha

Litha is also known as the summer solstice. It is celebrated June 21st-22nd. For more information, check out the dedicated Litha page.

Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh is also known as Lammas. It is celebrated July 31st – August 1st. It is the first of three harvest celebrations on the wheel of the year. For more information, check out the dedicated Lughnasadh page

Mabon

Mabon is also known as the autumn equinox and is celebrated September 21st – 23rd. It is the second of the three harvest celebrations on the wheel of the year. Ofter referred to as the witches thanksgiving. For more information, check out the dedicated Mabon page

Samhain

Finally, we finish the year with Samhain celebrated October 31st – November 1st. The final of the three harvest celebrations and often referred to as the witches new year. For more information about Samhain, check out the dedicated Samhain page

Then the wheel turns and we start all over again!

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