Which Sabbat Are you Most Aligned With?
This short quiz will help you discover which Sabbat you are most closely aligned with.
Please read the questions and choose your answers carefully.
Which Picture Speaks To You?
Which One Of These Would Your Friends Say Best Describes You?
Which of these pictures speaks to you the most?
You Are Invited To Explore 4 Areas. You May only Choose One. Which One?
Which one of these pictures makes you smile the most?
Which Element Do You Associate With?
Are you a generous person?
Are you a sexual being (is sex an important part of your life)?
What Sabbat Are You Aligned With?
You're A Samhain Person!
You love mystery and the Autumn. You feel close to your past. You relish this particular Sabbat as one of the most exciting for you.
You Associate Closely With Yule
Yule - The reversal of the Sun's ebbing presence in the sky symbolizes the rebirth of the solar god and presages the return of fertile seasons. From Germanic to Roman tradition, this is the most important time of celebration.
You Are Aligned With Imbolc
As the first cross-quarter day following Midwinter this day falls on the first of February and traditionally marks the first stirrings of spring. It aligns with the contemporary observance of Groundhog Day. It is time for purification and spring cleaning in anticipation of the year's new life. In Rome, it was historically a shepherd's holiday, while the Celts associated it with the onset of ewes' lactation, prior to birthing the spring lambs.
Ostara Speaks To You!
For many neopagans, Ostara celebrates the Spring Maiden and Horned God who represent the characteristics of the new season. Ostara, or Eostra, is an Anglo-Saxon goddess who represents dawn. As a spring goddess she oversees the budding plants and burgeoning fertility of the earth. The Horned God, sometimes envisioned as the god Pan, symbolizes the festive enjoyment of nature through hunting and dancing.
Beltane Calls To You!
This is a new life - fertility celebration. Traditionally the first day of summer in Ireland, in Rome the earliest celebrations appeared in pre-Christian times with the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers, and the Walpurgisnacht celebrations of the Germanic countries. Since the Christianisation of Europe, a more secular version of the festival has continued in Europe and America, commonly referred to as May Day. In this form, it is well known for maypole dancing and the crowning of the Queen of the May.
You're A Litha Person!
Here we are, we have arrived at the longest day and the shortest night of the year. The Goddess is now full and pregnant with Child, and the Sun God is at the height of His virility. This is the peak of the Solar year and the Sun is at the height of its life-giving power. The Earth is awash with fertility and fulfillment and this is a time of joy and celebration, of expansiveness and the celebration of achievements.
You Are Aligned With Lammas!
Wiccans mark the holiday by baking a figure of the god in bread and eating it, to symbolise the sanctity and importance of the harvest. Celebrations vary, as not all Pagans are Wiccans. The Irish name Lughnasadh is used in some traditions to designate this holiday. Wiccan celebrations of this holiday are neither generally based on Celtic culture nor centered on the Celtic deity Lugh. This name seems to have been a late adoption among Wiccans. In early versions of Wiccan literature the festival is referred to as August Eve.
Give Thanks, You're Aligned With Mabon!
The holiday of the autumnal equinox, Harvest Home, Mabon, the Feast of the Ingathering, Meán Fómhair or Alban Elfed (in Neo-Druid traditions), is a modern Pagan ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them to secure the blessings of the Goddess and the God during the coming winter months.
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