Wicceans and Neopagans celebrate festivals base on natural and the changing seasons.
Neopagan season cycle called the " Wheel Of The Year"consists of eight major Sabbats The Sabbats ae joyous of celebrations and festivity.
Sabbats Neopagans, Sabbats begin at sunset the day before the holiday Four Sabbats known as coss quarters days have Celtic names. The other four important that point on solar calendar.
March 21 Ostara (Spring Equinox)
May 1 Beltane
June 22 Midsummer (Summer Solstic)
Aug. 2( Lughnasadh)
Sept.21 Malion (Autumn Equinox)
Nov. 1 (Samhain)
Dec.21 Yule (Winter Solstice)
Samhain is the Wiccan New Year
Yule- rebirth and renewal
Imbole -marks the growth of the God into strong boy as the days grow longer and the sun get stronger.
Ostara- Spring Equinor marks the fist day of spring
Beltane -the Emogene of God into manhood
Litha Summer- falls on the longest day of the year
Lammas- is the celebration of the successful growing season
Mabon- is the celebration of a successful harvest