Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Sabbat Names, Dates, Correspondences and Activities



While there are a variety of pagan holidays depending on which branch of the umbrella you follow, many focus on the standard eight holidays of Contemporary Paganism.  Above is a compilation of names, dates, meanings, gods and goddesses, symbols, colors, stones, herbs, foods and activities for each of the eight major sabbats, known as the Wheel of the Year.  In my opinion, the Wheel shows us the cyclic nature of the earth and of our own lives while the full moon esbats help us creative solid goals to help us achieve what we want during our life.  The two go hand-in-hand to aid in spiritual, emotional and physical development.

Of course, everyone will have different beliefs of what the sabbats represent and what may correspond with them.  The above compilation is a great starter.  As you get more involved with your religion, you will begin to form your own beliefs.  What do the eight sabbats mean to you?

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for that list, this will be very helpful for the beginner that I am :) .

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    1. You're very welcome! Thank you for visiting!

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  2. Thx for coordinating a sabbat list that's easy to follow...still trying to figure out my path to follow.

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    1. You're very welcome! After a long stint of studying, celebrating the sabbats definitely helps you connect with and determine your beliefs. Listen to what the seasons tell you and best of luck!

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  3. This new info for me, thank you.
    I have question and I'm trying to find a simple spell to get my boyfriend back, like a return my lover and break them up spell? Do you know any spell that we'll help me?

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    1. You're very welcome! For any love spells, I'd highly suggest checking out my article about them from 2012: http://witchywords.blogspot.com/2012/12/love-spells.html

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