Lammas Masterpost

Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, is a celebration of the first harvest of the year, marking the annual festival of wheat. 

Originally posted by sunbursts-and-marblehalls

Date: August 1

Themes: The first harvest, blessings, hearth and home, celebrating hard work and accomplished goals, abundance, transformation and change, prosperity

Lunar Phase Association: Disseminating Moon

Colors: Gold, Orange, Yellow, Green

Herbs: Ginseng, Rosemary, Sunflowers, Chamomile, Mints

Stones: Amber, Citrine, Sardonyx, Tiger’s Eye, Rose Quartz

Scents: Fresh Bread, Sweet Preserves, Flowers, Mint

Foods: Corn, Peaches, Pears, Bread, Berries, Beer or Mead, Honey, Rice, Apples, Jams, Cookies, Strawberries, Corn Bread, Potatoes, Pies

Offerings: Roses, Sunflowers, Buttercups, Wheat or Corn, Beer or Mead, Myrrh, Beeswax Candles, Mint, Sweet Wine


- Traditional Irish Soda Bread

Things to Do:

- Crafting 

- Baking (Bread in particular) or make preservatives

- Make a Bonfire

- Donate time or money to a food drive

- Make Sun Water

- Celebrate the Sun


New Vid! Mike & Eleven | Sing of the Moon

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The Witch Talks: The Spring Equinox

An Equinox is the moment in which the plane of Earth’s equator passes through the center of the sun. This occurs twice a year, in March (Vernal) and in September (Autumnal). On an Equinox, the duration of night and day are equal. This post refers to the Vernal (Spring) Equinox.

Originally posted by theworldisworthagif

Most Spring holidays that occur around this time incorporate symbols of fertility and new life into their celebrations. These symbols include, but are not limited to, eggs, seeds and flowers, rabbits and sweets.

Date: March 20th

Themes: Fertility, rebirth and renewal, balance, harmony, creativity, growth, cleansing.

Lunar Phase Association: New Moon

Colors: Pastels, pink, yellow, green, purple

Herbs: Lily, Daffodil, Jasmine, Rose, Iris, Violet, Olive, Ginger, Lavender, Thyme,

Stones: Aquamarine, Rose Quartz, Moonstone, Amethyst, Clear Quartz

Scents: Floral scents, strawberry, jasmine, fresh grass, cool dew

Foods: Eggs, seeds, green vegetables, chocolate, milk and honey, sweet cakes, rabbit, lamb, sunflower seeds, nuts, sprouts, dairy foods, sweet wine or mead.

Offerings: Dyed eggs, milk and honey, bird seed, chocolate coins and eggs, flowers and fresh fruits.


- Dying Eggs
- Planting flowers or starting gardens
- Gather flowers or herbs
- Press flowers or herbs
- Take a walk and observe the changing season
Ostara Serpent Tarot Spread by @lepuslunamgrimoire


- Ostara Tea by @honeycoyote
- Ostara Buns by @liberumbrarum
- Ostara Honey Cake by @prickingofthumbs

anonymous asked:

Hiya Kat! I'm on a whole Obito kick right now and I was wondering if you had a playlist for him?

Definitely! This thing is massive, as a warning. Sorry about that. ^^’

Get On Your Boots - U2
Heavydirtysoul - twenty one pilots
The Original High - Adam Lambert
When I Look to the Sky - Train
How Strange - Emilie Autumn
This Life - Josef Salvat
Be Somebody - Thousand Foot Krutch
Monster - Skillet
DTM - Simon Curtis
Bullet the Blue Sky - U2
U.R.A Fever - The Kills
Try - P!nk
Fly On the Wall - Thousand Foot Krutch
Last One Standing - Simple Plan
50 Shades - Boy Epic
We Are the Kids - Walk the Moon
Colors - Halsey
At This Point In My Life - Tracy Chapman
Toxic - Stevie Ann
All I Really Want - Alanis Morissette
Timebomb - P!nk
I Hate U - Simon Curtis
Burn Dub - Beats Antique
System - Seal
Satellite - The Kills
Heading Home - Gryffin ft. Josef Salvat
Guilty - Marina and the Diamonds
Heathens - twenty one pilots
Victorious - Panic! At the Disco
The Monster - Eminem ft, Rihanna
Ghost - Halsey
How to Save a Life - The Fray
The End Is Where We Begin - Thousand Foot Krutch
Death to Death - Stars
Control - Halsey
Heart is a Beating Drum - The Kills
The Cave - Mumford and Sons
Don’t Let Me Get Me - P!nk
Prayer for the Dying - Seal
Rootless - Marina and the Diamonds
Every Breath You Take - The Police
Burning Bridges - OneRepublic
Bring It On - Seal
Frost Line - Lynx

Autumn Equinox and Mabon Masterpost

An Equinox is the moment in which the plane of Earth’s equator passes through the center of the sun. This occurs twice a year, in March (Vernal) and in September (Autumnal). On an Equinox, the duration of night and day are equal. This post refers to the Autumnal (Fall) Equinox.

Originally posted by greatestgifsofalltime

Date: Around September 22

Themes: The second harvest, balance, harmony, finding peace, releasing grudges, self-reflection, cherishing those closet to you, cleaning and cleansing

Lunar Phase Association: The Last Quarter Moon

Colors: Orange, Yellow, Green, Red, Maroon, Brown

Herbs: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Allspice, 

Stones: Citrine, Sunstone, Moonstone, Apricot Agate, 

Scents: Fresh Bread, Sweet Preserves, Flowers, Mint

Foods: Apples, Hot Chocolate, Apple Cider, Coffee, Wine (or Grape Juice), Warm Mead, Pumpkins, Sweet Potatos, Warm Soups, Pomegranate, In season fruits and vegetables

Offerings: Acorns, Apples, Fallen Leaves, Pumpkins, Coffee Grounds, Fruit Peels and Cores, Candles, Pine Cones, Pomegranate, Horns and Cornucopias, 


- Pumpkin Bread by @katialena

Things to Do:

- Make Wine or Cider

- Equinox Peace Spell by @curuni

- Participate in Self-Love September

- Donate food or money to your local organizations

- Make “Autumn Fairy Dust” by @teacupsandcauldrons

- Make a Mabon page in your Grimoire, or add a recipe or craft to your already existent section.

- Make Candles to burn during Yule or Imbolc

- Perform a Thanksgiving Ritual or hold your own personal Feast

- Make a Mabon Altar

- Have a bonfire