The Fall Equinox- known as Mabon in Pagan traditions- marks the halfway point between the Summer Solstice and the Winter Solstice. It’s a point on the calendar that marks a time of perfect balance where there is equal day to night. It is also known as the second harvest.
It’s a time to celebrate all the bounty and abundance that we are reaping from our glorious, life-giving Earth. She has provided us with such nourishment and plenty throughout the growing season, and now we pull in all the goodness to carry us through the winter.
If you would like to celebrate with a magical Mabon ritual, this one is a fun and creative way to get in touch with nature around you, and celebrate her beauty.Read More