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Imbolc 2017 Sabbat Box Theme Release • Earth Reawakened

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2017 Imbolc-Candlemas Sabbat Box Theme Release


• EARTH REAWAKEND •


Imbolc Sabbat Box Theme Release - Earth Reawakened The Goddess, dormant since Her Cronehood at Yule, reawakens at Imbolc as the pure Maiden, the “first” aspect of Her triple manifestation. Because She waxes and wanes like our moon, the Goddess waxes at this time, her renewed fertility about to blossom, soon to become one with the God at Beltane. She has shaken off the old, and prepares for the new.

Imbolc is a time to reawaken. Like the earth itself, it is a time to prepare ourselves, to make ready for the spring and summer ahead. Part of that preparation involves rituals of purification and renewal while looking forward to the brighter days and months ahead on the Wheel of the Year.

The light of the sun is beginning to return, the days lengthening now, and the light and energy of growth and increase is making its way into our lives. We are anticipating the things to come, the eventual harvesting of the seeds we sow at this time of year. Hopefully we learn and grow along with the length of days, positivity and light following us as we move forward.

We have selected items for 2017’s Imbolc Sabbat Box with these aspects in mind. Purification and reawakening, celebration of the Maiden Goddess and sparking magical inspiration toward the coming season are just some of the aspects of the items we are including in this year's Imbolc Sabbat Box. We hope you find what we are offering helpful and meaningful to your Imbolc observance this year.

2017 Imbolc/Candlemas Sabbat Boxes are scheduled to ship out 1/25/17.

LOOKING FOR MORE INSPIRATION TO HELP CELEBRATE IMBOLC?
• Check out our previous Imbolc Sabbat Box products shipped to our customers.
• Check out our previous Sabbat Box blog articles from Imbolc here
• Purchase your copy of Imbolc Rituals Recipes and Lore by Carl Neal.

Diana Leaving Her Bath, by François Boucher, 1742. Public domain
Painting: Diane Sortant du Bain (“Diana Leaving Her Bath”) by François Boucher, 1742. Public domain.


• Discover the 2017 Imbolc Sabbat Box Here •


Discover the 2017 Imbolc Sabbat Box Here

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