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The Moon Dates & Pagan Calendar

Wheel of the Year.



Imbolc – Candlemass - 2nd Feb.

Ostara – Spring Equinox – 19th/22nd Mar.

Beltane – May Eve - 30th Apr/1st May

Litha – Summer Solstice – Midsummers Eve - 19th/22nd June

Lammas – Lughnassadh - 31st Jul/2nd Aug.

Mabon – Autumn Equinox - 21st/24th Sept.

Samhain - 31st Oct/1st Nov.

Yule - Winter Solstice – 20th/23rd Dec.


Fri. 8/12 All day Full moon
Sat. 8/13 3:00 PM Nemoralia, the festival of Torches, in honour of Diana

The festival of Nemoralia (aka Festival of Torches) was celebrated by the ancient Romans either on the 13-15 August or on the August Full Moon, in honor of the goddess Diana

3:00 PM Feast of Diana.

This was the feast of Diana the moon goddess,

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 during which slaves were given a holiday.

Wed. 8/17 3:00 PM Portunalia

In honour of Portunus.

 Keys were thrown into a fire for good luck.

God of keys, doors, livestock, ports and harbors.

 He is the guardian of storehouses and locked doors.

Fri. 8/19 All day Last quarter
3:00 PM Vinalia Rustica

A wine festival where offerings were made to Jupiter and then opened the vintage for drinking. Also the ripening grapes were offered to Venus, the guardian of vineyards, gardens, & olive groves.

Sun. 8/21 3:00 PM Consualia /HAPPY HORSE DAY Games & races in honour of Consus (God and protector of grains). During the celebration horses, mules, and asses were given the day off, & were paraded through the streets adorned with flower garlands. Chariot races were held this day in the ... more
Sat. 8/27 All day New moon
Sat. 9/3 All day First quarter
Sat. 9/10 All day Full moon
Sun. 9/11 All day Patriot Day
Sat. 9/17 All day Last quarter
Wed. 9/21
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Fri. 9/23
12:00 PM
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1:00 PM
Mabon. Autumn Equinox.

MABON.

Mabon marks the middle of harvest, it is a time of equal day & equal night, and for the moment nature is in balance. It is a time to reap what you have sown.

Autumn Equinox.

Wed. 9/21
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Sat. 9/24
1:00 PM
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2:00 PM
Autumn Equinox.

The arrival of Autumn and with it the reaping of the harvest. It celebrates the abundance, the fruit of the labor put in throughout the year and signals preparations for the winter soon to come.

Sun. 9/25 All day New moon
Mon. 10/3 All day First quarter
Sun. 10/9 All day Full moon
Mon. 10/17 All day Last quarter
Tue. 10/25 All day New moon
Mon. 10/31 All day Halloween
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