Pagan Calendar - November 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: Samhain 1: Beltane (Southern Hemisphere) 1: Day of the Dead 1: Pomona's Day 1: La Mas Ubhal 2: Festival of Woden 5: Bonfire Night 6: Full moon - Mourning Moon 11: Veteran's Day - Hero's Day 11: Lunantishees Day 11: Celtic Faery Day 11: Martinmas 13: Epulum Jovis 15: Feronia Festival 16: Night of Hekate 21: Sun enters Sagittarius 22: New Moon 23: Stir Up Sunday 24: Brumalia 24: The feast of Baba Yaga. 27: Feast of Ullr 27: Thanksgiving day 30: Festival of Hecate Trivia 30: Advent Sunday
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