JUL. 1: Crone Day – Kronia —honoring Kronos -Father Time and Rhea – Old Mother Nature.
JUL. 2: Roman Feast of Expectant Mothers.
JUL. 8 Celtic Month of Holly – Honoring the Holly tree.
JUL. 12-14: Feast of the Moon – Honoring Goddess as Selene (Old Greek), Ixchel (Maya), and Manat (Old Arabic-Sufi).
JUL. 13: Birth of Osiris – Egyptian God of Divine Youth, annually resurrected by Isis.
JUL. 17: Celtic Feast of Tailtiu – Mother Nature Goddess who fostered Lugh.
JUL. 21: Witch’s Day—Celebrating the Craft as life, practice and religion.
JUL. 19: Egyptian Opet Festival – Celebrating the marriage of Isis and Osiris.
JUL. 23: Roman Neptunalia: honoring Neptune, God of the Sea
JUL. 27: Belgium Procession of the Witches: Festival of Witches
JUL. 28: Archangel Auriel (Uriel) Day. His/Her name means “Fire or Light of God,” and titles include, Regent of the Sun, Angel of Music, Patron of Prophecy, Archangel of Salvation, Angel of the Presence. See Uriel.org for more about him/her, the crystal egg association, and paintings.
JUL. 29: Festival of Thor – Celebration of Norse God Thor
JUL. 31: thru Aug 2 – Lughnasadh – Old Celtic / Irish Feast of Goddess Tailtiu and God Lugh (Deities of Life and Light), celebrating the grain harvest. Aug. Eve; Sun God, Harvest God, Horned God willing to become the grain of life.
– Lammas, harvest festival coming 40 days after Summer Solstice, offer 1st fruits to the Divine (See Aug. 1)
– Festival of Loki – Day to honor Norse trickster god Loki and his consort Sigyn
– Feast of the Grain Harvest – Honoring Goddess Demeter & Kore (Old Greek), and God as Osiris (Egyptian).