Pagan Calendar - March Spells and Rituals In terms of magical energy, think growth and prosperity! Everything that dwells on the planet is growing, prospering, exploring, showing signs of life and fruitfulness. Let the Goddess inspire your spirit similarly. Other characteristics for March include cultivating the spirit of adventure and fertility, and focusing on personal maturity in any area of your life. It is a time for new beginnings; balance of Light and Dark. Breaking illusions. Seeing the truth in your life however much it may hurt.
1: Matronalia 1: New Year's Day - old Roman calendar. 1: Saint David's Day 1: Mother March 1: New Moon 2: Holy Wells Day 4: The Anestheria 4: Feast of Rhiannon 4: Pancake Day 4: Shrove Tuesday 5: Lent Begins 5: Ash Wednesday 5: Ascent Of The Christ Of The Gypsies - Holy Wednesday 8: Birthday of Mother Earth 10: The Daedala 11: Hercules' Day 12: Marduk's Feast Day 13: Purification Feast 14: Feriae Marti - Festival of Mars 14: The Diasia 15 Ides of March 16: Whale Festival 16: Full Moon - Crow Moon 16 - 17 : Bacchanalia 17: Liberalia 17: St Patrick's Day 17: Damballah's Day 19: Ides of March 19: Festival of Anna Perenna 19: Day of Aganyu 19 - 23: The Mivervalia and Quinquatria, main festivals of Minerva, the Roman goddess of war, wisdom arts and trades. 20: Ostara - the Vernal Equinox 20: Festival of Isis 20: Mabon (Southern Hemisphere) 21: Tea and Tephi Day (Irish) 21: Festival of Salii 21: Sun enters Aries 22: Hilaria 23: Summer Finding (Norse) 23: The Tubilustrium (also celebrated May 23) 26: Plowing Day (Slavic) 28: Birthday of Kwan Yin 29: The Delphinia, or Artemis Soteira, of Artemis in Greece 29: Expulsion of the Demons of Bad Luck 29: Festival of Ishtar 30: The Festival of Salus, the Roman goddess of public safety and welfare. 30: Day of Bau (Babylonian) 30: Mothering Sunday - 4th Sunday in Lent 30: New Moon 31: Festival of Luna, the Roman goddess of the moon.
Search results will be displayed in a new browser window Be patient, the search widget may be a little slow.