The second of the Harvest Festivals, this is a celebration of Thanksgiving! At this time, the Harvest season is in full swing and there is much to be grateful for. Vegetables are being brought in from the garden by the barrel full, the last of the grains are being harvested, and everywhere you look the Earth yields Her bounty, an offering to the life She created and now sustains in love. Now is the Harvest of fruit: of apples and grapes. As such, this is also a celebration of Wine as last year's wine is cured to perfection and now able to be drunk to celebrate the fresh harvest of grapes and newly vinted supply.
Common Mabon Traditions
Here are a few ideas for ways you can celebrate Mabon.
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9/18/2011 01:00:02 am
Thank you for the idea on building the pentagram. Will save it out for my husband to do with our boys.
9/18/2011 05:00:51 am
Glad you liked it! Depending upon the size of your corn cobs, it may be helpful to glue the points onto a small circle of paperboard as well as to each other: it gives them more support and helps hold everything together better.
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