Early this morning, if you were awake during the pre-sunrise hours, you may have noticed a brilliant full moon lighting up the sky. It’s called the Harvest Moon, and it signifies that autumn is just around the corner. The autumnal equinox is officially this Sunday, September 22….
On the Pagan calendar, the summer began with Beltane on May 1, hit the midpoint at Pagan Midsummer (Litha Sabbat) on June 21, and ends August 1 with Lammas (Lughnasadh) Sabbat: the beginning of the
Tonight on Calton Hill in Edinburgh, Scotland, the red-hot Beltane Fire Festival will be celebrated as it was thousands of years ago by Pagans rejoicing in the fertility of all life.