Pagan Calendar - January Spells and Rituals For people living in four-season climates, the snows begin to accumulate and winter winds decorate the windows with frosty reminders of the outside chill. Because of this, magic for continued health is fitting during November, as are spells and charms for protection.Wintery months also seem to be a time for introspection - to us divination tools for foresight and preparation, to seek guidance within, and to ask the Goddess for a special spiritual vision to carry us through the last months of the year.
1: New Year's Day 1: New Moon 1 - 3: Kalends of January 2: Advent of Isis 3: Festival of Pax 3: Snow Day 4: Evergreen Day 5: Festival of Lares Compitales 5: Twelfth Night 6: Epiphany 6: Festival of Kore 7: Feast of Sekhmet 7: Egyptian New Year's Day. 7: Distaff Day 8: Midwives' Day 9: The Agonium - Festival of Janus 11 and 15: The Carmentalia 13: Plough Monday 16: Festival of Concordia 16: Full moon - Wolf Moon 17: Good Luck Day - Festival of Felicitas 19: Blessing of the Waters 21: Sun enters Aquarius 24: Feriae Sementivae 24: Gold Rush Day 25: Up Helly Aa 25: St Paul's Day 30 - Feb. 2: Februalia 30: New Moon 31: Disfest/Disablot 31: Hecate's Feast 31: Chinese New Year - Year of the Horse
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