Pagan Calendar: October 28th


Solitary Witchin: Life and Witchery in the 21st Century

Tonight We Fly

Tuesday: Day of Honor
The name of Tuesday comes from the warrior god Tui, or Tiw, of Teutonic mythology. The French word, mardi, corresponds to Mars, the Roman god of War. Tuesday is a time to focus on masculine vibrations for invocations relating to hunting, competition, or sporting prowess. This day of Mars is also good for goal setting, motivation, and courage. It is associated with magic dealing with athletics, competitions, conflicts, courage, hunting, legality, logic, physical strength, politics, vitality and war.

Color of the Day: Red
Health, passion, love, fertility, strength, courage, willpower; increases magnetism in rituals.

On this Date: Fyribod/Runic half-month of Hagal and Celtic tree month of Ngetal commence.
The festival of Fyribod, or Forebode, is a marker of winter and bad weather. The runic half-month of Hagal, the transformative hailstone, is a time to undergo the changes leading up to winter. The Celtic tree month ofโ€ฆ

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