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(Date Posted:02/19/2009 06:48 AM)
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Mabon Factsheet


Date:Autumn Equinox--on or around September 22


Lore: Now the God is preparing to leave His body. He knows He is dying and it is all right because soon enough He will be reunited with His bride once again. The Goddess prepares to grow weak as the Earth will freeze over when Winter arrives. This is the Witches' Thanksgiving.


Special Time: The harvest is completed by Mabon. This is a time for reflection over the past year and giving thanks for what has come of it. All year long, literal and figurative plantings have been going on and have finally been harvested; there is a lot of thought about how it went. This holiday is for the preparation of the "season of sleep," and for introspection, and understanding our dark and wise side. We think of sacrifices others have made for us and what we can sacrifice for others. Mysteries and unknowns are pondered.


Activities: As Mabon is the time of the harvest and a time for meditation and thankfulness, it is a good time to make wine. Lots of people like making wine for Mabon because it uses harvested foods and is symbolic of the fruits of the year. Plus a lot of it is probably going to be packed away and fermented, much like we are packing ourselves away and thinking over what has happened. Some like to call the spirits of their totem animals for help in inner searching. Meditation rituals are very common for Mabon. Some people use this time to visit their friends' and relatives' graves and give them flowers.


The Mabon season:

    Mabon Herbs

      Apple, balm of Gilead, calendula, corn acorn, cypress cone, hazel, milk thistle, mugwort, myrrh, oak, orris root, passion flower, pine cone, rose, sage

    Mabon Incense

    • Myrrh
    • Sage
    • Pine
    • Frankincense
    • Jasmine
    • Cinnamon

    Mabon Colors

    • Orange
    • Dark red
    • Yellow
    • Brown
    • Violet
    • Deep gold

    Mabon Decorations

    • Acorns
    • Pomegranates
    • Pine cones
    • Baskets of fallen leaves
    • Horn of Plenty

    Mabon Foods

    • Breads (especially whole wheat or multigrain)
    • Cornbread
    • Corn
    • Squash
    • Apples
    • Roots (carrots, potatoes, onions)
    • Baked Apples
    • Cider
    • Beans
    • Nuts
    • Rice cakes
    • Wheat crackers
    • Corn muffins
    • Oat cakes
    • Wine
    • Grapes and grape juice
    • Rice
    • Blackberries

    Mabon Sacred Gemstones

    • Carnelian
    • Lapis lazuli
    • Sapphire
    • Yellow agate

    Spellwork appropriate for Mabon

    • Spells for protection
    • Health
    • Prosperity
    • Security
    • Feeling of self-confidence
    • Balancing magick
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