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Holidays

(Note, this is not of Buckland’s Authorship)

Here I will show the Holidays, and give you a link to the ceremonies performed on each.

As you can see, they go in a cycle.  Starting with Samhain and going to Mabon.  Samhain is the start of the new year, and that year ends with the end of October.

Clicking on the links above in the picture will get you to an article on the holiday, and from there, you can go see the ritual itself in the Seax-Wican faith.

Stars light your path.

Originally posted 2009-11-03 17:51:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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