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Autumn Equinox: "Autumn's Bounty," by Ruthie Redden

♡::♡ Celtic ♡::♡ Autumn Equinox: "Autumn's Bounty" by Ruthie Redden.

Mabon greeting card by EarthStarStudios on Etsy.com. Mabon takes place on or near the Autumn Equinox, and is considered the second harvest.

Mabon takes place on or near the Autumn Equinox, and is a celebration of the second harvest.

“It is a season of endings and completion, a point between the free and easy times of summer, and the restrictions of winter. The first harvest brings the awareness of the coming winter. Bonfires are lit. Grain dollies made from sheaves of wheat are popular, too. Streamers are woven with the fall colors of red and orange, and hung on poles … So make a toast to the passing of summer. Celebrate a happy Lammas with family and friends, then begin the work to stock the shelves for the long winter…

AstroSpirit / Virgo ♍ / Earth / Demeter / Ceres / Harvest Moon by violscraper

Autumn Equinox -by Wendy Andrew. "Earth Mother brings the chestnut copper days of autumn..." Available as a greeting card.

Autumn Equinox Goddess by Wendy Andrew. Autumn Equinox - circa September Earth Mother brings the chestnut copper days of autumn, rich with ripe fruits and nuts. A time of gentle stillness before the harsher times ahead.

Autumn Equinox by UnripeHamadryad

Autumn Equinox: " by UnripeHamadryad, at deviantART.also known as Mabon in the pagan faith.

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Crafty's Cuppa Coffee: Cooking For The Sabbats - Mabon Mulled Wine

Mushroom portrait by Loli Maeght

Fly-Agaric Motifs in the Cú Chulaind Myth Cycle BY THOMAS J RIEDLINGER Introduction:: The ancient myths of Ireland include many fabulous tales regarding.

The Goddess and the Green Man | Mabon Autumn Equinox | Mabon Autumn Equinox - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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