✨Emojis for Pagan festivals ✨

  • Wassailing 🍎🍏🍺 🍞
  • Candlemas / Imbolc 🕯️🐑✨⚒️🔥
  • Spring Equinox 🪺🥚🐰🐇🌼🌱🌅
  • Beltane 🌿🌸🌷💃🏻🕺💖🎀🐸
  • Midsummer ☀️🌻🍹🍓🍰🌳
  • Lammas 🌾🥯🍞🥖🍻🍺
  • Autumn Equinox 🍏🍃🍂🍁🍎🍄
  • Samhain 🎃👻💀🍄🍁
  • Yule 🎄🎅🏽🤶🎁💝❄️☃️⛄️

And of course, add your own personal associations for each festival 💖

Whenever I wish someone happiness on a Pagan festival, I like to leave emojis with my wish.

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Myths about Wicca

Fantastic article by River Enodian from the Tea-Addicted Witch blog.

A Tale of Two Wiccas: Tackling Misinformation

Explains how eclectic Wicca and initiatory Wicca are two different things; discusses cultural appropriation in Wicca; looks at the Wiccan Rede and the Threefold Law; and explains Wicca’s relationship with Crowley, Thelema, and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. I’ve tackled some of these topics myself but this is an excellent overview.

Anarchic Yule

Yule is a distinct festival, often overshadowed by its younger sibling, Christmas. If you’re a Pagan or have Pagan leanings, the chances are that everything you love about Christmas is actually because it’s a Yule thing. If you love the tree, the holly, the greenery being brought into the house, the feasting, and the reciprocity of thoughtful gift giving (as opposed to obligatory gift giving dictated by social norms), then you love Yule. Yule is not “Christmas with the serial numbers filed off”, and Christmas isn’t “Yule with added Baby Jesus”, Yule is far more exciting and wild and numinous than that.

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