2019 Sabbats, LHP Dates, Moon Phases

January 2019:

February 2019:

Feb 1

  • BWS’s Birthday!
  • Imbolc – the midway point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. This day honors the Brigid, (Brighid), the goddess of fertility, fire and healing.

Feb 2 

  • Lughnassadh aka Lammas – (Southern Hemisphere)  – it’s time to celebrate the first harvest of the year, and recognize that the hot summer days will soon come to an end.

Feb 4

  • Dark Moon –  a night of stillness, contemplation and banishment. The only types of spell work that should be done on the Dark Moon is banishment work or curses/hexes. The Dark Moon is also ideal for all types of divination, as well as working with the departed. 

Feb 5

  • Lunar New Year – the new Lunar Year begins in the sign of the Boar (Pig) in the element of the of Earth.

Feb 7 or 8

  • New Moon: “Witches Moon”

Feb 19

  • Full Moon: “Snow Moon” – Super Moon! This magically potent moment of the month is ideal for smudging your home with Juniper to welcome to happiness, Rosemary to protect your family, Lavender to bless and Roses to awaken the love within. 

March 2019:

March 5th – 28th

  • Mercury Retrograde, with the final post-shadow ending on April 16th. 

March 17

  • St Patrick’s Day

March 20th

  • Ostara The Spring Equinox

April 2019:

May 2019:

May 1

  • May Day/Beltane 
  • Samhain (SH)

June 2019:

Bellona Festival – June 3

New Moon – June 13

Asatru Alliance Founding Day – June 19

Summanus Festival – June 20

June 21

  • Litha – Summer Solstice
  • Yule – Winter Solstice (SH) 1

Day of Bad Omens – June 23


Lammas or Harvest Eve July 31st This holiday celebrates the first harvest.



Feast of Mabon September 21st The Autumn equinox has arrived. On the Wiccan calendar, we celebrate the celebration of the birth of Mabon, the son of Mordon, the Goddess of the earth. It is also the harvest festival.


Oct 31st

  • New Years Day – This is New Years on the Druid calendar.
  • Samhain /All Hallow’s Eve.  The wall between earth and the underworld is thin at this time of year. On  Halloween night, the wall opens. Samhain, the Lord of  Darkness, rises from the underworld. He roams the world looking for lost souls. 



Dec 21st*

  • Winter Solstice /Yule. This is the shortest day of the year. And, conversely, the longest night.  Witches and warlocks celebrate the birth of the Sun God, as from this point forward the days get longer. 

Dec 23rd*

  • Lucifer’s most Important Day of the year, when the Sun is one degree into Capricorn. The day following the beginning of the Winter Solstice is his Personal Day, which should be observed by every dedicated Satanist.

* To Be Confirmed

Helpful Resources:


Llewellyn’s 2018 Sabbats Almanac  – Samhain 2017 to Mabon 2018



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