Mabon Correspondence

Activities and Rituals: Celebration of the Second Harvest, ritual sprinkling of leaves, protection, prosperity, security, and self-confidence. Also those of harmony and balance the Mysteries, Equality

Incense: Autumn blend made by combining: benzoin, myrrh, and sage, also these incenses separately

Stones/Gems
: Sapphire, lapis lazuli, and yellow agates.

Colors: Red, russet, maroon, brown, gold, scarlet, purple

Symbols & Decorations: acorns, Indian corn, wine, gourds, pine cones, acorns, grains, grapes ,corn, apples, pine cones , pomegranates, vines such as ivy, dried seeds, dried leaves , dried flowers, and horns of plenty.

Herbs, plants and flowers: Acorn, benzoin, ferns, grains, honeysuckle, marigold, milkweed, myrrh, passionflower, pine cones, rose, sage, Solomon’s Seal, tobacco, thistle, vegetables , wheat

Foods: Breads, grains, seeds, dried fruits and beans, baked squash, nuts, apples, pomegranates, and vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, and onions, wine

Deities: Goddesses – Modron, Morgan, Epona, Persephone, Pamona, Bona Dea, Land Mother
and the Muses Gods – Mabon, Thoth, Thor, Hermes, Sky Father, and The Green Man.


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Lughnasadh Correspondences

Activities and Rituals: bread being eaten and thrown into the fire, grains woven into god/dess symbols, onion braiding and works for harvesting of goals and ideas, bringing to bear concepts and ideas, meditation on the sun God, games, activities of all sorts, the time of reaping what one has sown

Incense: Aloes, Rose, Sandalwood, frankincense

Tools: Athame

Stones/Gems: Carnelian, Citrine, Amber, Tourmaline

Colors: red, orange, gold, yellow, brown, bronze

Symbols & Decorations: threshing tools, corn dollies, flowers, wheat stalks, the scythe, yellow candles, corn, sheaves of grain

Foods: All grains, Breads, cheeses, Cider, fruits, vegetables, herbs, Pies, corn, early apples, Berries, jellies, Herbal “sun”teas

Deities: Lugh, the Sun God, Sovereignty, Rhiannon and Epona, Tailte, Tammuz, Demeter, Persephone, Cerridwen, Faunus, Baal and Crom Dubh

Herbs and Flowers: Heather, hollyhock

Litha Correspondences

Colors: gold, red, orange, blue, and yellow, green, white

Herbs & Plants: Apple, Chamomile, Chicory, Chickweed, Mugwort, Mistletoe, Heather, Peony, Pine, Roses, Vervain, Heartsease, Houseleek, Lavender, Rowan and Saint John’s Wort

Incense: Sage, Cedar, Frankincense, Lemon, Myrrh, Pine, Rose, and Lavender

Activities and Rituals: bonfire leaping, herb drying, protection, luck, health, transformation, community, career, and relationships

Tools: drums, rattles, bonfire, mirrors for reflecting the sun or bonfire, Earth circles of stone energy

Stones/Gems: all green stones, especially Emerald and Jade, Lapis, Diamond

Symbols & Decorations: flowers and fresh early garden produce, the spear or sword of the sun god and the bountiful cauldron of the goddess ringed in flowers, solar cross or sun symbols, fireworks, sea shells

Foods: all early summer fruits and vegetables, ale and mead, honey cakes, rose ice cream, melted cheese dishes, mangoes, whipped cream on fruit, red wine, strawberries

Deities: Fotuna, RA, Arinna, Bast, Grainne, Shamash, Helios, Mother Earth, Mother Nature Father Sun/Sky, Oak King

Animals: butterflies, caterpillars, sea creatures, wren, robin, horses, cattle, satyrs, faeries, firebird, dragon, thunderbird

Beltane Correspondences

Correspondences

Date(s): celebrated: starts on the evening of April 30th, concluding at sunset of May 1st, actual: the date on which the sun is at 15 degrees Taurus. This year-May 4th

Activities and Rituals: fertilize, nurture and boost existing goals, games, activities of pleasure, leaping bonfires, making garlands, May Pole dance, planting seeds, walking one’s property, feasting

Colors: Red, White, Brown, Pink, Green

Tools: Broom, May Pole, cauldron

Stones/Gems: Emerald, malachite, amber, orange carnelian, sapphire, rose quartz
Symbols & Decorations: May Pole, fires, fertility, flowers, growing things, ploughs, cauldrons of flowers

Foods: Dairy, bread, cereals

Flowers, Herbs: Lily of the valley, foxglove, rose, broom, Hawthorne, Dittany of Crete, elder, mint, mugwort, thyme, yarrow, almond tree/shrub, clover, ivy, marigold, meadowsweet, rowan, sorrel, woodruff

Deities: Aphrodite, Artemis, Bast, Diana, Faunus, Flora, Maia, Pan,
the Horned God, Venus, and all Gods and Goddesses who preside over fertility.

Animals: Swallow, dove, swan, Cats, lynx, leopard

Other Names: Cetsamhain (opposite Samhain),May Day, Fairy Day,Sacred Thorn Day, Rood Day, Roodmas (the Christian term for Rood Day, Old Beltane, Beltaine, Beltain, Baltane, Walpurgis Night, Floriala (Roman feast of flowers from April 29 to May 1), Walpurgisnacht (Germanic-feast of St. Walpurga), Thrimilce (Anglo-saxon), Bloumaand (Old Dutch)

Earth

Earth is the realm of abundance, physical manner, wealth and prosperity. It is the most stable and dependable of the elements and while it is creative it is also practical. Earth is that which sustains all life and on which the other elements rest.

Animals- ant, bears, bison, bull, burrowing animals, cow, dog, dragon, earth worm, gopher, horse, owl, prairie dogs, stag, wildcats, wolf

Plants – cedar, cypress, comfrey, dry plants, evergreens, grains, honeysuckle, ivy, lichens, low growing plants like myrtle, magnolia, mosses, myrrh, nuts, oak, patchouli, primrose, redwood, roots, sage, stiff plants, vetivert,

Gemstones – azurite, amethyst, crystal, emeralds, fluorite, jade, jasper, onyx, peridot, royal azute, rutilated quartz, tourmaline, tourmalanted quartz,

Metals – Iron, lead

Gods/Goddesses/Rulers- Adonis, Athos, Arawn, Ceres, Cernunnos, Cerridwyn, Demeter, Dionysus, Dwarves, Gaia, Gnomes, Herne, Persephone, Prithivi, Epona, Kore, Mah, Marduk, Nephthys, Pan, Prithivi, Rhea, Rhiannon, Tammuz, Thor, Trolls
King- Ghob, Ghom, Gob

Attracted by- powders and salt

Colors – Black, brown, green, white M
Magickal Tools – cords, gems, images, pentacle, pentagram, salt, soil, stones, trees
Energy – Receptive, feminine
Direction – North
Symbols- caves, fields, gemstones, mines, mountains, plains, rocks, soil, stones
Basic nature- fertile, moist, nurturing, stabilizing, grounding Gravity is the manifestation of this element.
Places- basements, caves, canyons, farmers’ markets, forests, fields, farms, gardens groves, holes, kitchens, mines, nurseries (babies), parks, plant nurseries, valleys
Rituals- centering, employment, fertility, grounding, money, prosperity, stability
Ritual Forms- burying, planting, making images in soil or sand
Season – Winter
Time – Midnight, night
Sense- Touch

Natural symbols- acorns, clay dish with fresh soil, rocks, salt, sheaves, wheat

Type of Magick – binding, gardening, grounding, image, magnet, stone, tree, knot

Ritual Work- night, midnight, winter, riches, treasures, surrendering of self and will, touch, empathic, incorporation, business, prosperity, fertility, money, stability, success

Astrological Signs – Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn

Water

Water is the cleansing, healing, psychic, loving element. It is associated with the subconscious mind, intuition, and emotions. As the primal substance of life, it is symbolized by the womb and is related to fertility.

Animals – all fish, bear, cat, dolphin, dugong, frog, manatee, night creatures, otter, raven, sea birds, sea mammals, seal, serpents, shell fish, sea birds, swan, turtle, whale

Plants – Aloe, apple, aquatic plants, catnip, chamomile, ferns, fleshy plants, gardenia, lemon, lettuce, lilac, lily of the valley, lotus, mosses, myrrh, orris, passion flower, rose, sandalwood, seaweed, succulents, thyme, valerian, violet, water lilies, all water plants, willow tree

Stones – amethyst, aquamarine, blue coral, blue fluorite, blue topaz, lapis lazuli, pearl, rainbow colored stones, river stones, sea shells, sodalite, tourmaline

Metals – Mercury, silver, copper

Gods/Goddesses/Rulers- Aphrodite, Dylan, Ea, Fairies of the lakes/ponds/streams, Isis,
Manannan, Mariamne, Mari, Mermaids and Mermen, Neptune, Nymphs, Osiris, Poseidon, Tiamat, Yemaya, Ran, Kupala, Undines, Varuna, Yemaya
King- Niksa or Necksa

Attracted by- water, washes, solutions

Colors – Blue, blue-green, green, gray, indigo, aquamarine, white

Direction – West

Magickal Tools – chalice, cauldron, goblet, mirrors

Symbols- fog, lakes, mists, oceans, pools, rain, rivers, snow, streams, wells

Season – Autumn

Ritual Work- absorbing, communion with the spiritual, courage, dreams, emotions, fall, fertility, friendship, happiness, healing, marriage, love, plants, pleasure, purification, psychic awareness, sleep, taste, smell, sunset

Types of Energy – Receptive, feminine

Basic Nature- flowing, purifying, healing, soothing, loving

Places- bath tubs, beaches, bedrooms (sleep), fountains, health spas, lakes, pools, rivers, showers, springs, streams, swimming pools, wells

Musical Instruments- bells, cymbals, resonant metals

Time – Twilight, dusk

Sense- Taste

Symbols- cup or bowl of water, shells

Magic Ruled- fog, ice, magnet, mirror, sea, snow

Astrological Signs – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

Fire

The element of fire is associated with change and passion. It is both physical and spiritual, being related to sexuality and to divinity. Fire magick is quickly manifested and filled with primal energy. Fire is the creator and the destroyer.

Animals – bear, bee, cats, coyote, cricket, deer, fox, hawk, lions, lizards, lady bug, mouse, phoenix, porcupine, praying mantis, salamander, snakes, scorpion, shark, squirrel

Plants- Allspice, basil, bougainvillea, cacti, Chile peppers, cinnamon, cloves, coffee beans, dragon’s blood, frankincense, garlic, heliotrope, hibiscus, juniper, lime, maple trees, mustard, nettle, onion, orange, red peppers, red poppies, rose, sage, seeds, thistle, thyme, almond tree, anything that stings is thorny or hot or grows in the desert

Stones- agates, amber, bloodstone, carnelian, citrine, garnet, jasper, quartz crystals, red jasper, rhodochrosite, ruby, smoky crystals, tigers eye

Metals – brass, copper, gold, lava,

Gods/Goddesses/Rulers- Agni, Brigit, Freya, Hepaetus, Hestia, Horus, Pele, Prometheus, Ra, Vesta, Vulcan, salamanders, fire drakes, the consciousness of flames

King- Djin

Attracted by- Candles, lamps, incense, fir

Colors – Red, gold, crimson, orange, white, yellow

Direction – South

Magickal Tools- Athame, candles, censer, dagger, burned herbs or requests on paper, wand

Symbols-lightening, volcanos, rainbow, sun, stars, flame, lava, heated object

Ritual Work- summer, noon, freedom, change, perception, vision illumination learning, love will, passion, sexuality, energy, authority healing, destruction, purification

Type of energy- projective, masculine

Intent- purifying, destructive, cleansing, energetic, sexual, forceful, heat is the manifestation of this element

Places- deserts, hot springs, volcanos, ovens, fireplaces, bedrooms(sexual), weight rooms, saunas, athletic fields

Rituals- protection, courage, sex, energy, authority, banishing, negativity

Ritual Form- Burning, smoldering, heating

Musical Instrument- stringed instruments

Time of day- Noon

Season – Summer

Astrological Signs – Aries, Leo, Sagittarius