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Mabon, a Pagan celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, falls in between the first and third harvests of Lughnasad and Samhain (respectively). Mabon marks the halfway point between Litha (Midsummer) and Yule (Midwinter) when our earth is aligned with the sun. This is the second time of the year that the days and nights are equal in light and dark (the other is at the opposite of the Wheel of the Year, on Ostara, or Spring Equinox). After Mabon, the nights grow longer.