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Witches Sabbat Kit: Samhain Hallow's Eve Day of the Dead Yule Imbolc Ostara Beltane Litha Lammas Lughnasadh Mabon Solstice, Equinox

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This listing is for a Witches Sabbat Kit that I have created to be used throughout your Sabbat rituals and celebrations. The herbs and oil blends have been created with the appropriate seasonal essential oils and herbs resulting in a most wonderful spicy scent.

Sabbats are a magickal time, perfect to perform all kinds of wonderful magick. This is a great and powerful time to take advantage of these magickal energies to perform your rituals and spellwork for prosperity and good luck, health and peace, changes, new beginnings, new resolutions and hope; cleansing and purification; wishes, protection, love, peace and happiness; and to help to bring balance into your life.

You will receive (8) one dram vials of the oil blends, and (8) 2 x 2 resealable bags filled with the herbal blends for all eight sabbats: Samhain (All Hallow's Eve/Day of the Dead); Yule (Winter Solstice); Impolc (Oimelc); Ostara (Vernal Equinox/Lady Day); Beltane (May Day); Litha (Summer Solstice); Lammas (Lughnasadh); Mabon (Autum Equinox). These will come to you inside the clear window case pictured above, and a brief description of the sabbats is also included.

These blends can be used to dress candles, tools, statue and yourself. Sprinkle the herbs at bonfires, around your home and anoint windows and door thresholds to draw in great positive changes into your life. Use them for rituals, spellwork and to invoke the spirits of the season and to fill your sacred space with a mood transforming essence and its magical power. Please allow up to 7-10 days for items to be made to order before shipping.

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There are eight holidays on the Wiccan Calendar called "Sabbats". The holidays begin with the witches' New Years, Samhain (Hallow's Eve) on October 31st on Halloween night, and ends with Mabon (Autumn Equinox) on September 21st. These holidays are celebrated from sundown on the date of the holiday through sundown the next day.

SAMHAIN (a/k/a All Hallow's Eve ): This holiday is celebrated on October 31st. It's a magickal interal when the mundane laws of time and space are temporarily suspended, and the thin wall between earth and the underworld is lifted. This is a most powerful day to communicate with spirits, your ancestors and departed loved ones. Also good to honor the Dark Mother and the Dark father. The God symbolically dies of old age at this point, though the Mother Goddess is now pregnant with the reborn Sun God in her womb.

YULE (a/k/a Winter Solstice ): This holiday is celebrated on December 21st. It's the shortest day of the year, and also the longest night. The birth of the Sun God is celebrated, and from this point forward the days get longer.

IMBOLIC (a/k/a Oimelc) February 2and This holiday is celebrated on February 2nd, and is sacred to the Celtic Goddess, Brigid, the Goddess of fertility, fire and healing. This is also a time of increasing strength for the sun god, and a time to celebrate the return of spring.

OSTARA (The Vernal Equinox a/k/a Lady Day or Alban Eiler). This day is celebrated on March 21st, is the Spring Equinox. The God is now grown into adolescence, and he feels the first yearnings for the Goddess, who is no longer viewed as his mother. As Spring reaches its midpoint, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light on the increase. It is a time of great fertility, new growth, and newborn animals.

BELTANE (a/k/a Roodmas or May Day) This holiday is celebrated on May 1st. This holiday celebrates the God and Goddess of fertility. At this time, the God and the Goddess have now become young lovers. As summer begins, the weather becomes warmer, and the plants and flowers begin to blossom.

LITHA (a/k/a Summer Solstice): This day is celebrated on June 21st and celebrates the sun god at his highest point. This is the longest day of the year, light and life are abundant. The Holly King retakes the rulership of the seasons from the Oak King at this time. During this time of the Wheel of the Year, the God is now middle aged, and the Goddess remains his consort

LAMMAS (a/k/a Harvest Eve, Lughnasadh, First Harvest of the Year): This holiday is celebrated on July 31st. It is the time to celebrates the first harvest of the year, and when the hot summer days will soon come to an end. The plants begin to wither and drop seeds to ensure future crops. Grains are ready for harvest and fruits ripe for picking. As autumn begins, the Sun God enters his old age and his time with the Goddess is near its end.

MABON (Autum Equinox, Second Harvest of the Year) This holiday is celebrated on September 21st. It divides the day and night equally. At this point the aging God has died of old age, and the Goddess is pregnant with the reincarnated Sun God, who will be reborn on the Winter Solstice.
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