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Friday, October 10, 2014


I know this post is a bit late, especially since Samhain is right around the corner. However, I did want to share this infographic about Mabon, as well as my altar for Mabon.

Mabon is like the pagan's Thanksgiving. So many traditions will seem similar. We celebrate Mabon around September 21st. Check out the infographic below for more information.

So with all this info in mind. Here are some photos of my altar for Mabon.

Here is the layout of my altar. I have labeled everything for your convenience and inspiration.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Sam, Would it be possible to share your infographic on Mabon on our website http://www.tipsographic.com/ (without modifications, credited to your website and with a link back to this page)? Thanks a lot, Stefania