Mabon is often referred to as a "Pagan Thanksgiving." One way to celebrate your gratitude is to create a gratitude garland. String a ribbon up near your ritual area, and scatter pens, ribbon, and stamps on a table. Have each of your ritual participants create a tag (or a few) that states what each is thankful for, creating a beautiful garland of gratitude.

One way to celebrate your gratitude is to create a gratitude garland.Have each of your participants create a tag (or a few) that states what each is thankful for, creating a beautiful garland of gratitude.---pretty version of a paper gratitude chain

Mabon: The autumn equinox is the completion of the harvest begun at Lammas. Once again the day and night are equal as the God prepares to leave the body and the begin the great adventure into the unseen, toward renewal and rebirth of the Goddess.

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Gwyl canol Hydref or Mabon: (pronounced May-bon. Also known as Harvest Home, Harvest Tide, Fall Equinox, Autumn Equinox etc.), September Actual Date and Time of Autumnal Equinox: Sept 2011

Autumn Equinox: The Autumn Equinox is one of the Lesser Sabbats, and is usually celebrated around September 22. It falls between Lugnasad and Samain, and marks Mid-Autumn, when Day and Night are of equal lengths.

Mabon --- Demeter holds the balance at the Autumn Equinox. As we prepare for the dark days, she whispers through the rustling leaves. Without Winter there can be no Spring and the wheel turns. (art by Wendy Andrew)

The Autumn Equinox marks the arrival of Fall. Day and Night are in equal length, reminding us to balance both the light and dark within ourselves leading to a still and centered connection within the very core of our being. It is a slow opening into the present moment allowing what has fulfilled its purpose and no longer suits us, to softly drift away. We are reminded of the impermanence of things as we embark on a new season and perhaps even a new chapter • Michelle G

The water spiraled upwards until falling back into the pond, revealing only the water nymph floating upon the water.

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Madame Sherri’s Castle Ruins W. Chesterfield, New Hampshire a sweeping, arched staircase constructed of stone, fallen leaves strewn along its steps, curving upward to end mid-air in the midst of a.

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