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Part of the Wiccan philosophy is the eternal cycle of life. The Wheel of the Year is essentially the Wiccan calendar, and it shows the never-ending cycle.
The Wiccan year begins on the sabbat (holy day) of Yule, when the Goddess gives birth to the God. The God grows strong through spring and summer, and then in fall, the God and Goddess unite. At this time, the Goddess becomes pregnant with the new God. The old God dies on Samhain (Halloween) to be reborn at Yule. This cycle is acted out symbolically during certain rituals and is known as the Great Rite.
* The Standing Stones Yule Ritual
* A Family Yule Log Ritual
* The Standing Stones Imbolc Ritual
* Solitary Imbolc Ritual
* The Standing Stones Ostara Ritual
* Solitary Ostara Ritual
* The Standing Stones Beltane Ritual
* Solitary May Day Ritual
* The Standing Stones Litha Ritual
* Midsummer Love Divinations
* The Standing Stones Lughnasadh Ritual
* A Saxon Lammas Celebration
* The Standing Stones Mabon Ritual
* The Rite of the Corn God
* The Standing Stones Samhain Ritual
* Saxon Samhain Ritual
Cunningham's classic introduction to Wicca is about how to live life magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with nature. It is a book of sense and common sense, not only about magick, but about religion and one of the most critical issues of today: how to achieve the much needed and wholesome relationship with our Earth. Cunningham presents Wicca as it is today: a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca also includes Scott Cunningham's own Book of Shadows and updated appendices of periodicals and occult suppliers.
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