Wishing Everyone a Blessed Samhain

The modern celebration of Halloween is derived from the ancient Celtic celebration of Samhain, which marked the end of Summer and honored the Ancestors. Celebrated on October 31st, spirits may visit as the veil between This World and the Otherworld is the thinnest. This is also a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. […]

Beware the Beansidhe!

The Beansidhe (usually written in English as Banshee) is the Celtic faery spirit whose keening wail announces an impending death. Her lament is usually heard at night. The beansidhe can appear as an ugly hag or as a beautiful woman. To hear the shriek of the Beansidhe or see her is quite scary indeed. An […]

Wishing Everyone A Blessed Samhain

The modern celebration of Halloween is derived from the ancient Celtic celebration of Samhain, which marked the end of Summer and honored the Ancestors. Celebrated on October 31st, spirits may visit as the veil between This World and the Otherworld is the thinnest. This is also a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. […]

Cerridwen’s Cauldron of Knowledge

Cerridwen’s Cauldron A Celtic Crone Goddess, Cerridwen presides over the Cauldron of Knowledge, the contents of which must brew for a year and a day. She is known to shape-shift in the form of a sow. Cerridwen creates the potion of knowledge which brews for a year and a day in her magick cauldron. A […]

Imbolc – Celtic Sun Goddess Brighid

Goddess of Fire and Fertility Imbolc celebrates the Goddess in her incarnation as the Bride of the returning Sun God. For the celebration of Imbolc, many candles are lit to symbolise the return of light and heat represented by the Sun God. Grain dollies made from the sheaves of the last harvest represent the Bride. […]