Mabon (September 20-23rd)
Mabon is known as a Welsh god. Also known to be a child of Earth Mother & god Modron. This is a time to look back and reflect months that have passed. Its also a good time to clear out clutter and recycle!
- Green, Red, Orange, Yellow, Brown, Black
- Amber, hematite, red aventurine, sunstone, yellow topaz, quartz, citrine, peridot, lapis lazuli
- Green Man, Tripple Goddess, Persephone, Pomona, Thor
- Chamomile, Honeysuckle, Passion flower, Rose
- Benzoin, Frankencense, Myrrh, Sage
- Acorn, Walnut, Pine, Fern
Thank you so much, I’m soaking in all of the information that I can about Mabon. I’m looking forward to decorating the house and celebrating this year. I found some wonderful things at Michaels while I was there and I’m sure I could find some other items in the grocery store and on one of my walks down the bike path.
Thanks so much for the information. That’s a great correspondence list!
Thank you @marissa! This was informative. Can’t wait to celebrate!!!
Thanks for sharing, Marissa!!
Unfortunately with all the social distancing, no big feasts this year…
I will go camping for the New Moon before Mabon (on the 17th) so I hope to do some astronomy! I’ll have some nice wine and write a list of things I’m grateful for as Mabon is also known as “Witches’ Thanksgiving”
@Francisco, I didn’t realize that it was known as our Thanksgiving, I think I will plan a feast for my family then! I can’t wait to decorate for fall in my house. I love the colors and items that can be put out for others to enjoy.
Thank you @marissa for this list! Very informative and learned a lot of new things! Blessed be❤️
Oooh that sounds fun! Id love to know how your camping goes. Ive never been camping before. But I hope you have a nice and relaxing time! Id love to see pictures too!
Yay! Thats great you are certainly welcome
Yesss! Me too I love fall its my favorite time of year
Oooh that sounds fun! Im going to decorate my place soon. Fall is my favorite time of year!
Awesome information, @marissa! I’m so excited for Mabon, this is my favorite time of year! Unfortunately, it seems that Autumn celebrations aren’t as big in Poland as they are in other parts of the world (I see pumpkin spice things all over the internet, but alas! Not a single shop in Warsaw with a pumpkin spice beverage yet ). So I will have to be extra creative with decorations and cooking to celebrate the Fall festivities here at home! Thank you for sharing this very helpful guide to Mabon
I’ve actually made pumpkin spice syrup for coffee with these ingredients:
Pumpkin pie spice, also known as pumpkin spice, is an American spice mix commonly used as an ingredient in pumpkin pie. Pumpkin pie spice is similar to the British and Commonwealth mixed spice. It is generally a blend of ground cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, and sometimes allspice. Wikipedia
I had no idea Mabon was called Witches Thanksgiving either!! Do you know any traditional dishes that used to be served?
I’ve been living in a hotel since March due to ahem, what’s going on in the world and having brothers who are high rish, but I should be living in my very own first apartment by then and what better way to celebrate than by going BIG this Mabon??
Last night I made this, it’s called Harvest Bowl and it’s basically a roast served over quinoa with tahini sauce:
The recipe is from Minimalist Baker, their pictures are much nicer!
Then there’s the Cryspy apple pie wraps recipe I shared earlier. And LearnReligions also has a collection of Mabon recipes here:
Your picture still looks absolutely DELICIOUS to me!!!
Thank you so much for these two recipes, I’m definitely going to incorporate them into my witches thanksgiving feast this Mabon
You’re very welcome!! Here’s another idea, they sell these at Trader Joe’s and at some world markets too:
That pumpkin-pasta is so cute, @Francisco! Ohhhh I can imagine them stuffed with cheese or veggie filling… yum!
Good luck with your own apartment, @LilithLane! I hope you can celebrate with a lovely Mabon feast
While looking for Autumn recipes, I found that two of my favorite witchy YouTube channels have posted Mabon recipes- for anyone else collecting Fall dishes in preparation for Mabon, I thought I would share!
Happy Mabon cooking, everyone!
Oh, @TheTravelWitch I can’t wait to try the bread recipe too! That’s my favorite part of celebrating the Sabbats is the baking. My daughter loves to help me with that and my husband and lovely daughter also like the homemade loaves of bread with extra Love.