Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Festivals Wheel of the Year
The annual cycle festivals are 8 evenly distributed stations in the cycle that the sun goes through in a year.
They are divided into four sun festivals and four moon festivals.
The sun festivals are celebrated at the prominent turning points of the sun, such as the equinox and the solstice.
The lunar festivals are exactly in between.
This means that every 6 1/2 weeks there is a festival of the cycle.
We begin the cycle at Yule on 21 December, the day of the winter solstice, as this is when the returning light is celebrated.
With the birth of the sun, the pregnancy of nature begins and this is the beginning of all life.

Halloween Samhain Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Halloween Samhain Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Beltane Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Beltane Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Imbolc Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Imbolc Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Litha Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Litha Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Lughnasad Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Lughnasad Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Mabon Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Mabon Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Ostara Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Ostara Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Yule Wheel of the Year Candles in glass

Yule Wheel of the Year Candles in glass