There are many different names for the midwinter celebration and many different dates. I choose to call it Jul and celebrate on the Solstice. Whatever you call it, have a good one (despite Covid) but make sure you and yours are safe and well.
Have a wonderful Samhain (or Halloween). It doesn’t matter what you call it or when you celebrate it, or if you celebrate at all.
Have a wonderful Mabon/Autumnal Equinox, or Ostara/Vernal Equinox if you’re in the other hemisphere
Have a lovely celebration wherever you are in the World!
You would probably prefer to hang out with a bunch of friends at this time but make the best of it. Have a great Solstice!
Have a wonderful Beltane celebration!
Have a lovely Ostara (or Mabon if you’re on the other side). Stay safe and healthy. Make some time for yourself.
Have a wonderful Winter Solstice. No matter how, when, where or if you celebrate it
Growing up, most of us have already experienced camping out in the woods with our friends and family. A favorite pastime to do while out camping is gathering around a fire and listening to stories from each other.
It doesn’t matter what you call it or when you celebrate it, or if you celebrate at all. Have a wonderful Samhain evening
Have you ever had a nightmare or experienced sleep paralysis? According to folklore, this lady is the reason why that happens. I’ve also included some from non-European countries.
Next on my list of myths and folklore is the Werewolf. So that’s what we’re diving into today. But we won’t be talking about the one in movies that much. I want to give you a summary of the folklore.