Wiccan/Pagan Lore
Mabon (Autumnal Equinox) Lore

Some people call this holiday Harvest Home

Mabon or Harvest Home

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Mabon (September 21): Harvest Festival

Mabon (MAY-bon), one of the Lesser Sabbats, is the second harvest festival and is held on the autumn equinox to celebrate the last fruits of the year. Some people call this holiday Harvest Home. Night and day are of equal duration on this date, and you can feel the approach of winter and darkness. The Lord is preparing for his death at Samhain, and the Lady is beginning to mourn his loss.

Rituals to honor this Sabbat might include late-season vegetables such as squash, nuts, and sheaves of late wheat and corn. A cornucopia, a symbol of prosperity and plenty, is a nice addition to your altar at this time of the year. Some witches like to hold feasts or do food magick on this holiday.


This Short Guide to Mabon Lore,
plus much more, can be found here: 


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