Esoteric Journal

  • Dancing through Beltane Fiery Nights

    The two sabbats that occur during this season are Walpurgis and Beltane. These festivals celebrate the fertility of the earth, the emergence of new life, and the thinning of the veil between the physical and spiritual worlds. Walpurgis and Beltane are times for purification, letting go of the old, setting intentions for the coming year, and connecting with nature: these celebrations hold deep spiritual significance and provide an opportunity to honour the cycles of nature and the interconnectedness of all things.
  • The Bold Rebirth of Ēostre

    As the world awakens from its winter slumber, we gather to celebrate Ostara, the festival of spring. The air is filled with the sweet scent of blooming flowers, and the earth seems to vibrate with new life. The sun shines brighter and the days grow longer, reminding us of the cyclical nature of life.
  • January Full Moon - The Wolf Moon

    In many cultures, the Wolf Moon is seen as a time of renewal and a good time for setting intentions for the new year. It is also thought to be a time of increased psychic sensitivity and intuition, making it a good time for divination and spiritual practices.
  • Litha - Summer Solstice - St. John's Eve

    Three magical days to harvest botanical herbs from our beloved gardens, out in the refreshing morning dew: it is a brief but intense period of time during which herbs and plants, surely under the beneficial influence of the solstice, develop the highest energies. Once collected, stored and used during the whole year for all the different purposes and rituals, they will be burned the following year, in the next Summer Solstice bonfire.