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Mabon (Autumn Equinox)

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Mabon or Autumn Equinox.

Celebrated: - September 21st or 22nd.

The name "Mabon" comes fromt he Welsh God who symbolized male fertilisation in the Authurian myth. This Celebration is the second harvest of the year. At this time it is custom to walk wild places and forest. The altar can be decorated autumn leaves, fruits of the harvest etc. At this time new wands and staves are made. This time honours the females in the fanily which have passed away.