The Moon Dates & Pagan Calendar
Pagan Celebrations. Samhain – Halloween – All Hallows Eve - 31st Oct/1st Nov. Yule - Winter Solstice – 20th/23rd Dec. 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 – Halloween – All Hallows Eve - 31st Oct/1st Nov.
Yule - Winter Solstice – 20th/23rd Dec.
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.
|Tue. 7/2||All day||New moon|
|Thu. 7/4||All day||Independence Day|
|Tue. 7/9||All day||First quarter|
|Sat. 7/13||12:00 PM||
John Dee Birthday.
Happy Birthday John Dee.
John Dee (July 13, 1527 – 1608 or 1609) was a noted British mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, geographer, occultist, and consultant to Queen Elizabeth I.
|Tue. 7/16||All day||Full moon|
|Fri. 7/19||12:00 AM||The Festival of Lucaria, The Grove. Lucaria is the Roman festival of the Grove. Which lasted 2 days, skipping the even day.. This festival honestly celebrated a Grove The huge Battle of Allia which saw the Romans badly defeated by the Gauls, the festival of Lucaria celebrates the... more|
|Tue. 7/23||3:00 PM||
Festival for Neptune. Neptunalia held in honour of Neptune
Neptunalia held in honour of Neptune
|Thu. 7/25||All day||Last quarter|
|Thu. 8/1||All day||New moon|
Lammas, Lughnasadh festival
Lammas, Lughnasadh festival.
The Harvest Festival.
One of the 8 sabbats of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year.
Some Wiccans mark the holiday by baking a figure of the "corn god" in bread, and then symbolically sacrificing and eating it.
|Wed. 8/7||All day||First quarter|
|Tue. 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
Feast of Diana.
This was the feast of Diana the moon goddess,
during which slaves were given a holiday.
|Thu. 8/15||All day||Full moon|
|Sat. 8/17||3:00 PM||
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.
|Mon. 8/19||3:00 PM||
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.
|Wed. 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|
|Fri. 8/23||All day||Last quarter|
|Fri. 8/30||All day||New moon|
|Fri. 9/6||All day||First quarter|