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Fall Equinox

On this day (September 22) is the Fall Equinox, when day and night are equal. In Britain this is celebrated as a harvest festival, an early Thanksgiving. Bonfires are called for. The Welsh call this day Mabon after Mabon, the child of light, the son of the Mother Goddess, Madron, often associated with Morgana.

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Fall has fallen

Monday, September 23, 2019, Fall begins. AKA Fall Equinox, day and night are equal. Some call it Mabon after the Welsh God, Mabon, god of light whose mother is the earth goddess (harvest god?). Till we meet again.

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Today is the Autumn Equinox, night and day are equal. Ancient and modern Celts celebrate this day as Mabon “Great Son.” The Welsh say that Lugh, God of Light, is defeated by his dark twin, Tanist, so darkness prevails over light. Nowadays Mabon is a harvest festival especially associated with apples.

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The Autumnal Equinox and beginning of Fall. Mabon is a Celtic word meaning “Great Son,” sometimes associated with the Green Man. This is also Harvest Homecoming, a time to enjoy apples & other fall delights. Also, a time for meditation & reflection on the mystery of life. (as a writer, Mabon/Green Man intrigues me)

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