Pagan Festivals & points in the solar calendar
Welcome to our webpage dedicated to the Pagan festivals throughout the year! Paganism is a diverse and ancient religious tradition that celebrates the cycles of nature and the rhythms of the seasons. One of the key ways that Pagans honor these cycles is through the observance of seasonal festivals, also known as Sabbats. These festivals mark important moments in the agricultural and astronomical calendar, such as the solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter days.
Depending on the specific Pagan tradition, there may be anywhere from four to eight Sabbats celebrated throughout the year. Each Sabbat has its own unique customs and rituals, but all are connected by a reverence for the natural world and a deep appreciation for the changing of the seasons. In this webpage, we will explore the eight Sabbats of the Wheel of the Year, their origins, and the ways in which they are celebrated by Pagans around the world. Join us on this journey through the turning of the seasons and the rich tapestry of Pagan traditions!