Mabon (Fall) & Ostara (Spring) Infographics for September 22, 2020

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As I talked about ages ago, I'm creating more witchcraft related quotos & infographics, to use as the spoiler space prevention thingies for my Tarot Tuesday posts (as well as just for sharing in my witchy social circles). I'm also hoping it will drive some of my Pinterest traffic here instead of my WordPress blog - more about that (eventually) in an upcoming post.

After this is up on the blockchain, I'll reply with a link to the pin I create, my Instagram post, and my Tweet (unless #PoshBot gets to it Oh, and if anyone else is on Pinterest, shout out and I'll give you a follow! Always happy to have more Hivers on any of my other social media accounts! 😊

So without further ado, here are a couple of graphics for tomorrow's equinox, one each for the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Oh, and please feel free to share!


Mabon in the Northern Hemisphere

Mabon, Wheel of the Year 2020.jpg


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Mabon/Fall Equinox
September 22, 2020 at 9:30am EDT

Mabon, also known as the Witch's Thanksgiving, is the second harvest festival, and opposite Ostara on the Wheel of the Year. Day and night are equally long, but starting now until March 20, 2021 (Ostara), there will be more darkness than light.

  • Colors – red, yellow, orange, and brown.
  • Symbols – apples, scarecrows, acorns, grapevines.
  • Ritual work – reflecting on the past and planning for the future, giving thanks, home protection, balance.

Photo: Fall leaves, taken on Mabon 2016


Ostara in the Southern Hemisphere

Ostara  Southern Hemisphere, Wheel of the Year 2020.jpg


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Ostara/Spring Equinox
September 22nd 2020 at 11:30pm AEST

Ostara is opposite Mabon (Fall Equinox) on the Wheel of the Year. Day and night are equally long, but from now until Mabon (March 20, 2021) there will be more light than darkness.

  • Colors – yellow, sky blue, pink, green.
  • Symbols – eggs, flowers, seeds, rabbits.
  • Ritual work – new ideas, projects, beginnings, planting, fertility, banishing negative and attracting positive, and growth.

Photo: Dewdrops on clover, taken Spring 2016


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Equinox blessings to you and yours! Have a wonderful Mabon!

Belated blessings back to you and yours, @learning-tarot!

Thank you :) Have a great weekend!

I love that you include the Southern hemisphere. And makes me realise how apt that I acted on a decision yesterday.

Thanks, Fiona. I got into the habit since there are so many people from the Southern Hemisphere in a FB witch community that I admin, and they started asking me to do both. And I'm glad it helped. 🤗