Festival Calendar

My festival calendar is very much a work in progress; in March 2014, I decided to strip it down to the bare bones, and add observances back in a little at a time. (I discuss this decision in more detail here and here.) To learn more about my calendar and what sources it draws from, see here.

Annual ObservancesRecurring Offerings


Annual Observances
January
the First Day

February
Imbolc
Anthesteria
Opening Night – in honor of personal passions and fulfillment

May
Beltane

June
Hellenic new year

July
Panathenaea

August
Lughnasadh
Wep Renpet
Wagy – Kemetic festival for the dead
Genesia – Hellenic festival for the dead

October
Khalkeia
Opet

November
Samhain
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving

December
Seven Suppers
Grinchmas
the Last Night


Recurring Offerings
I make recurring offerings to my gods, my Dead, and various spirits approximately once a month; they draw from several sources, however, meaning that many overlap from time to time.

Athene: 3rd (Hellenic; historical date)
Beloved & Nameless Dead: 6th (Kemetic-lunar; historical date) & last (Hellenic; historical date)
Brighid: 20th (Gregorian; modern extrapolation from traditional Cill)
the Dagda: 4th (Gregorian; chosen by divination)
Dionysos: Dikhomenia, full (Hellenic; modern association)
Djehuty: 19th (Kemetic-civic; modern extrapolation from Djehutet)
Hekate: Deipnon, last (Hellenic; historical date)
Hermes: 4th (Hellenic; historical date)
Hetharu: Jubilee, 28th (Kemetic-lunar; historical date, via syncretization with Nut)
Lugh: 9th (Gregorian; chosen by divination)
the Moirae: 5th (Hellenic; possible historical association)
the Morrigan: 3rd (Gregorian; chosen by divination)
the Mousai: 9th (Hellenic; modern association)
Seshat: 7th (Gregorian; chosen by divination)
Set: 13th (Gregorian; modern association)

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