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Simple Ancestor Rituals & Celebrations for the Season of the Witch


Originally published on the blog of my brick & mortar shop page, The Kindred Cauldron, on October 30, 2020.


I consider all of October-November the Season of the Witch. The entire span of Autumn is really a very liminal time when we can connect with Ancestors more readily, dive into Shadow work and enjoy the harvest bounty of our efforts and labor put forth through the year to date.


Many of us celebrate something on or near to All Hallow’s Eve, specifically October 31st - November 2nd. We may call it Samhain, Hallowmas, Day of the Dead, or something else. No matter what name you use, it’s clear that around the world in the Northern hemisphere, this is an eventful season full of gratitude and connection to what is no longer.


If you’re finding it difficult to conjure up ideas or get into the Spirit of the holiday, here are some suggestions that might give you some inspiration.

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