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Mabon

Mabon is celebrated from September 21 of every year, and it ends on September 29. Falling on the autumn equinox, it is a harvest festival that signifies the middle of the harvest cycle — when both days and nights are of equal length — making it the festival of balance and harmony.

Mabon
Mabon

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Sep 22, 2024, 12:00 AM

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About the event

In Celtic folklore, Mabon is named after the Mabon god of Welsh mythology, who is the son of the god of light and mother earth, ‘Modron.’ Mabon is celebrated to thank Mother Earth for the abundance and gifts of nature. Mabon is considered by the pagans as the day to give thanks for the harvest and to share the bounty with the less fortunate. It has been celebrated by the modern pagans as the last of the eight Sabbats in the 1970s. Click HERE to view the resources developed by National Today.

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