Astrological Sign

Scorpio (The Eighth House of the Zodiac)

Scorpio If you where born between October 23 and November 21 your astrological sign is Scorpio.  Scorpio's are loyal, passionate, resourceful, observant and dynamic.  Scorpio can also be jealous, obsessive, suspicious, manipulative and unyielding.  There is a lot more to the Astrological house of Scorpio however.  Learn more about Scorpio


Pagan, Wiccan, Druid Advice, Tips and Tricks

Ten Things to Take to a Pagan Festival

If you are attending any type of Pagan festival there are certain things you should take with you depending on what type of an event it is. Whether it’s an afternoon event with potluck dinner or a week-long celebration in the woods there are ten items at a minimum, that will help to ensure that you have a good time and get the most benefit out of the celebration. The ten things you’ll want to remember next time you go to a Pagan festival are:

  • Your Magical Tools
  • An Offering for the Altar
  • A Dish to Share
  • A Chair or Blanket to Sit On
  • An Understanding of Basic Ritual Format
  • Notebook and Pen
  • A Watch
  • Camping Gear and Personal Items
  • A Donation of Time or Money
  • A Positive Attitude and an Open Mind

Daily Influence

Every day of the week has its own specific planet related energy.  Sometimes gearing specific acts towards these days will be more effective than not.

Influence for Monday (Mánadagr, Moon's Day)

Triple Goddess

Planet: Moon
Colors: Silver, Pearl, Grey
Element: Water
Number: 9
Plant: Fresh Cleavers, Bark of a Willow, Berries of the Chaste Tree
Energy: Women, home, family and hearth, gardening and medicine.Spells involving emotions, domestic issues, the subconscious, and feminine issues.

Day for ritual work dealing with psychic development and prophetic dreaming.

Pagan, Wiccan, Druid Sabbats (Holidays)
Next Sabbat - Samhain (October 31)

Samhain OakRelative Deities: Hectate, Pan, Persephone, Hades, the Morrigan
Related Herbs: Bay leaf, lavender, mugwort, nutmeg, sage
Related Stones: Obsidian, black onyx, bloodstone, amethyst, opal

Samhain [sow’-en] is celebrated on October 31st. Other names are Halloween, Hallows and All Hallows Eve. The celebration relates the roles of Death in the cycle of Life. In ancient cultures this was the day to close loose ends, put things to rest, finish the gathering of crops, and prepare for the winter. The main aspect of this sabbat is to honor those who have died. The potential of working with Spirits is quite connective now. The veil between Life and Death are at its thinnest point this time. We are at the closest to the Spirits which can be the best time to work with divinatory tools. This is one of the highest and most magical times and also considered the New Year.