I would like to wish a blessed happy Samhain to all beloved Pagan friends. Most of my best friends have all been Pagan. I am not so much in this life but many others and with my birthday, October 30th, I have always identified as from a Pagan world.
I would like you all to visit a great Pagan blogger and my Favorite Witch, Sammiwithch at The Life and Times of a Forever Witch.
She has some great Pagan friend bloggers, so you can check them out too.
If like me, you were a witch in a past life and want to know more visit my friend Karen Kubicko, and she can tell you about your past life.
The fields are bare, the leaves have fallen from the trees, and the skies are going gray and cold. It is the time of year when the earth has died and gone dormant. Every year on October 31 (or May 1, if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere) the Sabbat we call Samhain presents us with the opportunity to once more celebrate the cycle of death and rebirth. For many Pagan and Wiccan traditions, Samhain is a time to reconnect with our ancestors, and honor those who have died. This is the time when the veil between our world and the spirit realm is thin, so it’s the perfect time of year to make contact with the dead.
A Prayer for the Final Harvest
Corn has been shucked,
grain has been threshed,
herbs have been hung to dry.
Grapes have been pressed,
potatoes have been dug,
beans have been shelled and canned.
It is the harvest season,
and food is ready for winter.
We will eat, and we will live,
and we will be grateful.
Blessed Be Beloveds!