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Nature Bound Pagan: Samhain - A Thin Veil.  Everything you could possibly want to know about the Celtic holiday behind Halloween.

Nature Bound Pagan: Samhain - A Thin Veil. Everything you could possibly want to know about the Celtic holiday behind Halloween. I love Samhain

I just like the idea of more mindfully and actively honouring and celebrating my ancestors.

Samhain // Hallowe'en // Day of the Dead - From The Magical Druid, things for people to do to celebrate Samhain even if they don’t have a local group to work with on the night.

Samhain Correspondences

Samhain Correspondences - however I would list "apples, pumpkins and nuts" as *FOOD* and not *HERBS* as listed here .

Introducing Samhain to Children - Ozark Pagan Mamma

Introducing Samhain to Children

Introducing Samhain to Children - Ozark Pagan Mamma - Pinned by The Mystic's…

Learn how to make this garland with dried oranges, bay leaves and cinnamon sticks. It's a fun and easy decorating project for your home.

Dried Orange Garland with Fragrant Botanicals

Learn how to make this garland with dried oranges, bay leaves and cinnamon sticks. Its a fun and easy decorating project for your home.

It is customary to eat three pomegranate seeds on Samhain (Halloween) in remembrance of Persephone's journey; eating more than that is believed to bring hardship into the coming year. Pomegranate juice symbolizes the menstrual or wise blood of the goddess; to drink it is to gain her wisdom. Carry a dried piece of the outer skin or add it to spells for conception.

Ritual: It is customary to eat three pomegranate seeds on Samhain (Hallowe'en) in remembrance of Persephone's journey; eating more than that is believed to bring hardship into the coming year.

The Goddess and the Green Man | Samhain/Halloween

Traditions, Celebrations, Crafts and Recipes for Samhain/ Halloween from The Goddess and the Green Man.

Soul Cakes and Other Traditional Samhain Recipes ~ definitely want to make Barmbrack. Soaking raisins in orange spice tea and the baking it into bread?! YUM!

Will need to try this for Samhain ♡ Soul Cakes and Other Traditional Samhain Recipes ~ definitely want to make Barmbrack. Soaking raisins in orange spice tea and the baking it into bread?

How to make a Besom Broom @confessionsofcraftywitches The besom is the traditional witch's broom. It's associated with all kinds of legend and folklore, including the popular notion that witches fly around in the night on a broomstick. http://www.briar-rose.org/Besom.asp <- Video Tutorial more details Remember before you use a Besom in magickal ceremonies or rituals you need to consecrate it first

How to make a Besom Broom The besom is the traditional witch's broom. It's associated with all kinds of legend and folklore, including the popular notion that witches fly around in the night on a broomstick.

Soul Cakes, a traditional Samhain cake. Leave for your ancestors or for your own snacking pleasure

4 Easy Ways to Make Samhain Soul Cakes

Soul cakes were traditionally given out on Samhain to anyone who came to the door. Here's how to make soul cakes for your Samhain rituals.

Simple Samhain Rituals and Traditions for Solitary Practitioners

Simple Samhain Rituals and Traditions for Solitary Practitioners

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Click through for a ritual to honor your ancestors on All Hallow's Eve.

Remember & Honor The Women Who Came Before You {Autumn Ancestor Ritual

Remember & Honor The Women Who Came Before You {Autumn Ancestor Ritual}

Samhain is a time of year rich in customs, and folklore. Let's look at some of the best known traditions of the Samhain and Halloween season!

19 Things to Know About the Samhain Season

There's been a rumor going around for decades that Samhain is a Celtic death god. It's not - let's talk about what the Pagan Samhain celebration really is.

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"Samhain" is a Gaelic word meaning "Summer's end". It is pronounced "Sow-in" in Ireland, "Sow-een" in Wales, and "Sav-en" in Scotland .