Wheel of Time
In the Southern Hemisphere, some choose to follow the Wiccan/Pagan timelines of our Northern counterparts.
I prefer to follow the seasons of the Southern Hemisphere. Pictured above is a representation I created of the Celtic Wheel of Time and what they mean to me.
The Wheel of Time has no beginning and no end. Some dates change from year to year while others are the same.
These are as follows:
Lammas/Lughnasadh: January 31st
Samhain: April 30th
Imbolc: July 31st
Beltane: October 31
|Dates that Change from Year to Year|
|2013||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 22||Dec. 21|
|2014||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 23||Dec. 21|
|2015||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 23||Dec. 21|
|2016||Mar. 20||June 20||Sep. 22||Dec. 21|
|2017||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 22||Dec. 21|
|2018||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 23||Dec. 21|
|2019||Mar. 20||June 21||Sep. 23||Dec. 22|
|2020||Mar. 20||June 20||Sep. 22||Dec. 21|
Each season, I share practical ways to celebrate the Wheel of Time with you! I hope you find them useful! You can visit Reflect Radio’s website here.