Celebrating the fruits of the 1st harvest...August 1st.
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"Pagan Kitchen Recipes & Tips" This is a great idea and I love the overall look. But the link leads to a blog post from 2007, then dead ends. Pagankitchen.com is not a current site that I could access. Still, what a wonderful idea if someone wanted to start something like it again!
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Link not good but I like the pic--Pagan Kitchen Recipes & Tips
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Making A Corn Husk Doll. Corn husk dolls have been around for centuries. Early arrivals to the United States admired the beautiful, simplistic dolls that Native American children made from corn and fashioned to resemble members of their tribe. They're a perfect craft and activity for children of all ages, and make for unique and lively decorations.
How to make a corn dolly. Note: Wet the corn husks first so they dont break. Warm water until pliable. I usually use red yarn to tie things, but you can use corn husks too! :)
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I make corn dollies with my kids each year :)
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This is awesome. Wish I knew where to get it.
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Earth Mother. Willow branches, wire, glass beads, stone beads (jasper, quartzite, unikite), abalone shell beads, brass leaves, bronze Goddess pendant, and bronze spiral beads. KM Fields' Elemental Enchantments (www.etsy.com/shop/ElementalEnchantress)
Hand-crafted by KM Fields ~ http://www.facebook.com/pages/KM-Fields-Elemental-Enchantments/307654192619155 #beading #wire
Earth Mother, 2012 willow branches, wire, beads, metal Goddess pendant, metal leaves This piece is loaded with semi-precious stone beads in an array of gorgeous earth tones. Earth Mother also features a bronzed pewter Goddess pendant at center, and bronzed pewter spiral beads.
Earth Mother. Mixed media: willow branches, wire, bronzed pewter Goddess pendant and spiral beads, glass beads, stone beads, shell beads, metal leaves, and satin ribbon. Handmade by KM Fields.
No instructions, but it looks like copper tubing, copper wire, charms stone beads.. I'd love to try to make one!
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Witchy Words: August Eve / Lammas / Lughnasadh Altar 2014
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August Eve / Lammas / Lughnasadh Altar 2014
To see last year's August Eve / Lammas / Lughnasadh altar, click here! To see all sabbat altars, click here! August Eve is the first harvest sabbat of the year! It falls between Midsummer and the Autumn Equinox, making it an equilibrium of summer and fall. The colors I use to decorate my altar for this sabbat reflects both of those attributes. Golds represent both the grain harvests of wheat and corn and their creative derivatives, such as breads and ales. Gold also represents the hot sun we typically experience for Kansas City Augusts. Green is symbolic of the fertility of the earth as well as the green still seen in the trees and lawns. I also like to add a red-violet to the mix. I typically see violet as a fall or winter color, but its warmer tones remind me of late summer. Red-violet also happens to be the color of apples, grapes and wines! This altar includes many grains, as this sabbat is the harvest of the grains! This includes corn... ... as well as wheat. It also includes things you often make with those grains, such as breads... ... and ales. I've also included appropriate flowers, local honey and jars of corn kernels. The jars can even be representative as we often begin jarring and canning food for the winter at this point. In the center of my altar on a pedestal is a corn doll. Corn dolls are customarily made on August Eve as it is a grain sabbat. It is believed that the spirit of the corn found itself homeless after the last harvest. Corn dolls served as a means of giving that spirit a home until the next crop was planted. Along foods, I've added items representative of the kitchen as August Eve is a baking sabbat. These items include my mortar and pestle... ... as well as my wooden salt and pepper mills passed down to me from my grandmother. These are sitting in the wreath just above the altar. I'm sure you've also noticed the Elder Futhark rune Jera in several of the pictures. Jera is the harvest rune, representative of cycles and years. In the picture above, you can see a Jera card from the Lo Scarabeo Rune Oracle Cards. I've also included a rune tile from a set that was burned by the amazing Urban Crone. You can see that one on the top of the bread in a previous picture. In the center of the altar, I have five candles that reflect the appropriate colors for August Eve. They are arranged in a staircase spiral to reflect the cycle of the seasons. I was very happy with last year's altar for this sabbat, so I kept many design choices from that. I then added to it from items I've procured over the course of the year. As always, an altar should not just reflect the sabbat you're celebrating but it should also be representative of who you are as a pagan, Wiccan or witch! I hope you've enjoyed the pictures of my altar! I'll leave you with a full visual explanation. Enjoy! Have a wonderful first harvest and August Eve! Coming soon: Circle of Northern Fountain's August Eve celebration.
Basic Pancake Batter
Our Next Witches Sabbat, Imbolc, February 2nd. This picture envision Imbolc, I love. It has a beautiful chant on it: "To Wisdom I call out, Wisdom I invoke, Wisdom I embrace, Wisdom that one spoke in every wheeling star, in every sturdy oak: Show your face again, Sophia! Remove your shadow cloak!"
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Our Next Sabbat, Imbolc, February 2nd. This picture envision Imbolc, I love. It has a beautiful chant on it: "To Wisdom I call out, Wisdom I invoke, Wisdom I embrace, Wisdom that one spoke in every wheeling star, in every sturdy oak: Show your face again, Sophia! Remove your shadow cloak!"
silverwitch: February ~ Imbolc - My daughter was born the day after on Monday Feb. 3/92 under a New Moon.
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IDEAS FOR CELEBRATING LAMMAS: Harvest fruits and vegetables from your garden, or pay a visit to a Farmer's Market Make Jams, Sauces or Wines Harvest herbs for use in charms and rituals Make a Grain Weaving or a Corn Dolly Kindle a Lammas fire with sacred woods and herbs Sacrifice bad habits and unwanted things from your life by throwing them into the Sabbat fire. Bake an Apple Pie or Berry Cobbler Visit a Craft or Barter Faire or simply have an aftern...
Lugnasad: Ideas for Celebrating #Lammas: Harvest fruits and vegetables from your garden, or pay a visit to a Farmer's Market. Make Beers, Jams, Sauces or Wines. Harvest herbs for use in charms and rituals. Make a Grain Weaving or Corn Dolly. Kindle a Lammas fire with sacred woods and herbs. Sacrifice bad habits and unwanted things from your life by throwing them into the Sabbat fire. Bake an Apple Pie or Berry Cobbler. Visit a Craft or Barter Faire.
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Celebrating LAMMAS: Harvest fruits/vegs; visit a Farmer's Market; make jams/sauces; Harvest herbs; Make a Corn Dolly; Kindle a fire with sacred woods/herbs; Sacrifice bad habits/unwanted things-throw them in the fire; Bake an Apple Pie or Berry Cobbler; Visit a Craft Faire; do crafting,; Attend an early Harvest Festival; Go Wine Tasting; Try new recipes with summer veg;
IDEAS FOR CELEBRATING LAMMAS: Harvest fruits and vegetables from your garden, or pay a visit to a Farmer's Market Make Jams, Sauces or Wines Harvest herbs for use in charms and rituals Make a Grain Weaving or a Corn Dolly Kindle a Lammas fire with sacred woods and herbs Sacrifice bad habits and unwanted things from your life by throwing them into the Sabbat fire. Bake.
IDEAS FOR CELEBRATING LAMMAS:
IDEAS FOR CELEBRATING LAMMAS: Harvest fruits and vegetables from your garden, or pay a visit to a Farmer's Market Make Jams, Sauces or Wines Harvest herbs for use in charms and rituals Make a Grain Weaving or a Corn Dolly Kindle a Lammas fire with sacred woods and herbs Sacrifice bad habits and unwanted things from your life by throwing them into the Sabbat fire. Bake an Apple Pie or Berry Cobbler Visit a Craft or Barter Faire or simply have an afternoon of crafting, by yourself or with friends, in honor of Lugh, the Master Craftsman God. Attend an early Harvest Festival Go Wine Tasting or host your own by having each of your friends come over for a Pot Luck Dinner and Wine Tasting Try a new recipe for cooking your favorite summer vegetables- or try a new vegetable Make a Sabbat Altar indoors or out Try a new recipe for a Sabbat Oil or Incense Go to a farm to pick apples or berries Take a drive into the countryside to enjoy the last of summer, and the change of the seasons Spend a clear evening outdoors observing the early autumn night sky and constellations (with or without a telescope) Go Camping...even in your own backyard! Take some time to observe the different species of trees, herbs and flowers that grow locally in your area this time of year. Pay attention to which animals and birds are spending time in your area at this time of year. Study some of the folklore that surrounds this holiday. Learn about some of the Gods and Goddesses that are honored this time of year; read their myths. Perform a Releasing Ritual, an Offering, or a Thanksgiving Ritual. Make magickal Charms or Talismans to be blessed on Lammas.
Lammas - 1st August Literally translated means 'loaf mass day' and celebrates harvesting of the first grains. Couples were encouraged to steal into the woods and procreate ;) Corn dollies were made to symbolise the goddess of the grain to ensure a good harvest the next year. Make plaited bread to remind you not to take food for granted. Before each meal on the 1st say 'I bless this food and I'm grateful for all the good things the Earth brings to my table'
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Moon: Witchy Words: August ~ Corn #Moon.
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AUGUST 2013 FULL MOON LANDS ON: August 20th Information on the August full moon esbat. Enjoy! For more esbat-related posts, including more of these graphics, click here!
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48 Pagan Baby Names Perfect for Your Little One
Beautiful pagan baby names for your little one! need a new one now lol at least Griffin is on the list and both kids have that name lol
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Cat names! Beautiful pagan baby names for your little one! need a new one now lol at least Griffin is on the list and both kids have that name lol
Also can be used for pets as we are childless. We have a Rose and a Willow, and had a Sabrina for 15 beautiful years!
Beautiful pagan baby names for your little one! - Actual names your kids(s) may not hate
Also good for characters or pets
For the book
Midsummer Rituals (June 20, 21, or 22) – Marks the fight between the Holly King (holly does not die during the winter) and the Oak King (younger and strong). The Holly King wins because the sun is going to start to decline after this day. Each make a crown of flowers, dress in bright colors, and one will have the task of making a sun wheel. We will burn the sun wheel at summer solstice. There is eating afterwords. A ritual bath cleanses soul, spirit, and aura. Salt water (sea salt) is to be used
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Happy summer solstice! “Whatever is dreamed on this night, will come to pass.” —William Shakespeare (From A Mid-Summernight’s Dream)
Summer Solstice (Litha) is the longest day of the year and the time when the sun is at its maximum elevation. This is a time to celebrate growth and life and time to acknowledge that the sun will now begin to decline once more towards winter. Ritual: witness the sun rise. This year it is on June 21, 2015
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Happy Summer Solstice! Blessed be. )0( ♥
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Wishing everyone in the southern hemisphere a happy summer solstice! and to all our friends in the north, a blessed Yule!
Lammas ~ August 1 is Lammas Day (Anglo-Saxon hlaf-mass, "loaf-mas"), the festival of the wheat harvest, and is the first harvest festival of the year. On this day it was customary to bring to church a loaf made from the new crop, which began to be harvested at Lammastide. The loaf was blessed, and in Anglo-Saxon England it might be employed afterwards to work magic.