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Mabon 'The Feast Of Avalon'
September 23rd

Mabon (May-bawn) is also known as the Feast of Avalon and the festival of the Wine and Apple Harvest. To the Celts, Avalon is the mysterious place for the land of the dead. and literally means the "land of apples". Thus this is a holiday for celebrating the bounty of the harvest and the desire for the living to be reunited with their deceased loved ones.

Celebrated on the Fall Equinox with wine, apples, garlands, gourds and cornucopias. Along with decorations of orange, russet and maroon. The holiday typically honors the aging Gods and Harvest deities. Along with  our aging elders. Listen to their tales and interview them as inspiration to tell their stories of their life from long ago, and the wisdom they have achieved.

 
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Gain an introductory understanding of metaphysical concepts from a pagan perspective, beginning with the first principles of the creation of the Universe through the Celestial Soul Groups and their influence upon the evolution of life and expansion of spirit.
 
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