What is the Pagan Wheel of the Year?
What is the Pagan Wheel of the Year?
The Wheel of the Year is an ancient Celtic calendar, that represents a series of festivals occurring annually.

Although these originated in ancient times, they continue to be celebrated by various modern pagan groups, such as Wicca, Druidry, Asatru, and Heathenry. 

These festivals occur at the same time as important solar events, such as the longest and shortest days of the year and times when day and night are equal. 

Rooted in various pagan traditions, this calendar isn't just a method of marking days; it's a celebration of the Earth's rhythm and of humanity's enduring connection with nature.

There are eight main celebrations, known as sabbats, that make up the wheel of the year. 

Pagan wheel of the year.

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