Free Witch/Pagan/Wiccan 2021 Calendar – Printable Part 1

To kick off the New Year, here is Part 1 of a quick and simple list-style guide to witchy days to remember for the first half of 2021. FREE PDF printable 2021 Witch-Pagan-Wiccan Calendar at the end of the post!

All dates are based on Northern Hemisphere, pacific standard time and reference holidays in the United States (Federal holidays), Canada (Public holidays), and the United Kingdom (Bank holidays). If you enjoy this, maybe share it with someone!

January 2021

January 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun starting in Capricorn to Aquarius on the 19th
  • January 6 – Last Quarter in Libra
  • January 12 – New Moon in Capricorn
  • January 20 – First Quarter in Taurus
  • January 28 – Full Moon in Leo

January 2021 Days to Know

  • January 1 – New Years Day (Federal/Public/Bank holiday)
  • January 2-3 – Quadrantids Meteor Shower – above average shower, up to 40 meteors per hour at peak
  • January 17 – World Religion Day
  • January 18 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Federal holiday)
  • January 24 – Mercury at greatest eastern elongation
  • January 27 – Holocaust Remembrance Day/The International Day of Commemoration

February 2021

February 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun starting in Aquarius to Pisces on the 18th
  • February 4 – Last Quarter in Scorpio
  • February 11 – New Moon in Aquarius
  • February 19 – First Quarter in Gemini
  • February 27 – Full Moon in Virgo

February 2021 Days to Know

  • February is Black History Month
  • February 1 – National Freedom Day
  • February 1-2 – Imbolc/Candlemas [Greater Sabbat] (Lammas/Lughnasadh in the Southern Hemisphere)
  • February 2 – Groundhog Day
  • February 11 – Asian-American Women’s Equal Pay Day
  • February 12 – Lunar/Chinese New Year (Chinese)
  • February 14 – Valentine’s Day
  • February 15 – Presidents Day/Washington’s Birthday (Federal holiday)
  • February 15 – National Flag Day (Public holiday)
  • February 15 – Islander Day/Family Day/Nova Scotia Heritage Day
  • February 26 – Yukon Heritage Day

March 2021

March 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun starting in Pisces to Aries on the 20th
  • March 5 – Last Quarter in Sagittarius
  • March 13 – New Moon in Pisces
  • March 21 – First Quarter in Cancer
  • March 28 – Full Moon/Supermoon in Libra

March 2021 Days to Know

  • March is Women’s History Month
  • March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
  • March is National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month
  • March 13 – April 15 is Deaf History Month
  • March 1 – St. David’s Day
  • March 6 – Mercury at greatest western elongation
  • March 8 – International Women’s Day
  • March 14 – Daylight Savings Time Starts (US and Canada)
  • March 15,17 – St. Patrick’s Day (Bank holiday)
  • March 19,20 – Ostara/Spring Equinox [Greater Sabbat] (Mabon/Autumn (Vernal) Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere)
  • March 20 – Venus at greatest western elongation
  • March 21 – International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
  • March 25 – International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
  • March 28 – Daylight Savings Time Starts (UK)
  • March 31 – International Transgender Day of Visibility
  • March 31 – Cesar Chavez Day (Federal holiday)

April 2021

April 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun starting in Aries to Taurus on the 19th
  • April 4 – Last Quarter in Capricorn
  • April 11 – New Moon in Aries
  • April 19 – First Quarter in Leo
  • April 26 – Full Moon/Supermoon in Scorpio

April 2021 Days to Know

  • April is Celebrate Diversity Month
  • April is Autism Awareness Month
  • April 2 – World Autism Awareness Day
  • April 2 – Good Friday (Public/Bank holiday)
  • April 5 – Easter Monday (Public holiday)
  • April 12 – Hindi New Year
  • April 13 – Equal Pay Day
  • April 22,23 – Lyrids Meteor Shower – average shower, up to 20 meteors per hour at peak, but obstructed by the light of the almost full moon
  • April 22 – Earth Day
  • April 23 – The Day of Silence
  • April 23 – Shakespeare Day

May 2021

May 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun starting in Taurus to Gemini on the 20th
  • May 3 – Last Quarter in Aquarius
  • May 11 – New Moon in Taurus
  • May 19 – First Quarter in Leo
  • May 26 – Full Moon/Supermoon in Sagittarius

May 2021 Days to Know

  • May is Mental Health Awareness Month
  • May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
  • May is Older Americans Month
  • May is Jewish American Heritage Month
  • May 1 – Beltane/May Day [Greater Sabbat] (Samhain in the Southern Hemisphere)
  • May 3 – Early may Bank Holiday (Bank holiday)
  • May 5 – Cinco de Mayo
  • May 6 – National Day of Prayer
  • May 6,7 – Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower – above average shower, up to 60 meteors per hour at peak in Southern Hemisphere, 30 in Northern Hemisphere
  • May 9 – Mother’s Day
  • May 17 – Mercury at greatest eastern elongation
  • May 17 – International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
  • May 21 – World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
  • May 24 – Victoria Day (Public holiday)
  • May 26 – Total Lunar Eclipse – visible through the Pacific Ocean and parts of eastern Asia, Japan, Australia and western North America
  • May 31 – Memorial Day (Federal holiday)
  • May 31 – Spring Bank Holiday (Bank holiday)

June 2021

June 2021 Moon & Sun

  • Sun staring in Gemini to Cancer on the 21st
  • June 2 – Last Quarter in Pisces
  • June 10 – New Moon in Gemini
  • June 17 – First Quarter in Virgo
  • June 24 – Full Moon/Supermoon in Capricorn

June 2021 Days to Know

  • June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month
  • June is Immigrant Heritage Month
  • June 10 – Annular Solar Eclipse – visible to extreme eastern Russia, the Arctic Ocean, western Greenland, and Canada. Partial eclipse is visible in the northeastern United States, Europe, and most of Russia
  • June 15 – Native American Citizenship Day
  • June 19 – Juneteenth/Freedom Day/Emancipation Day
  • June 20 – Father’s Day
  • June 20,21 – Litha/Midsummer/Summer Solstice [Greater Sabbat] (Yule/Winter Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere)
  • June 21 – National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • June 28 – Stonewall Riots 1969
  • June 30 – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Day

So, so, so much more coming soon, including the second half of the year and a calendar page per month! Do you know of a date or event that should be included? Leave a comment letting me know!

I hope your 2021 brings so much more than you can even imagine!

Click here to be able to print part 1 of the Pagan Calendar for 2021

Beltane Sunset to Sunset. April 30th – May 1st

Beltane honours Life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of Summer. Earth energies are at their strongest and most active. All of life is bursting with potent fertility and at this point in the Wheel of the Year, the potential becomes conception. On May Eve the sexuality of life and the earth is at its peak. Abundant fertility, on all levels, is the central theme. The Maiden goddess has reached her fullness. She is the manifestation of growth and renewal, Flora, the Goddess of Spring, the May Queen, the May Bride. The Young Oak King, as Jack-In-The-Green, as the Green Man, falls in love with her and wins her hand. The union is consummated and the May Queen becomes pregnant. Together the May Queen and the May King are symbols of the Sacred Marriage (or Heiros Gamos), the union of Earth and Sky, and this union has merrily been re-enacted by humans throughout the centuries. For this is the night of the Greenwood Marriage. It is about sexuality and sensuality, passion, vitality and joy. And about conception. A brilliant moment in the Wheel of the Year to bring ideas, hopes and dreams into action. And have some fun…..

Traditions of Beltane

Beltane is a Fire Festival. The word ‘Beltane’ originates from the Celtic God ‘Bel’, meaning ‘the bright one’ and the Gaelic word ‘teine’ meaning fire. Together they make ‘Bright Fire’, or ‘Goodly Fire’ and traditionally bonfires were lit to honour the Sun and encourage the support of Bel and the Sun’s light to nurture the emerging future harvest and protect the community. Bel had to be won over through human effort. Traditionally all fires in the community were put out and a special fire was kindled for Beltane. “This was the Tein-eigen, the need fire. People jumped the fire to purify, cleanse and to bring fertility. Couples jumped the fire together to pledge themselves to each other. Cattle and other animals were driven through the smoke as a protection from disease and to bring fertility. At the end of the evening, the villagers would take some of the Teineigen to start their fires anew.” (From Sacred Celebrations by Glennie Kindred) Green Man – Beltane

To read more interesting things about Northern Hemisphere Beltane click here

Category Samhain/Deep Autumn


May 9, 2020 · by Glenys D. Livingstone · in Samhain/Deep Autumn · Leave a comment Our present lives are formed by all who came before us. We are in-formed by them, whether conscious or not. In PaGaian Samhain ceremony as it has been done traditionally, participants are invited to remember the ancestors in this way: Let us remember our ancestors, those who have gone before, whose lives have been harvested, […]


April 20, 2020 · by Glenys D. Livingstone · in Samhain/Deep Autumn · 2 Comments There are threads of gold in the compost, if one has the vision for it. And we may take the golden thread, exclaim the strongest natural fibre known – our creative selves, our imaginations – for the building of a new world made sacred, of our conceiving: yet beyond our knowings, across the vast Darkness between […] For more interesting article about Southern Hemisphere Samhain click here  

5 Simple Mabon Rituals

5 Simple Ostara Rituals

Your Daily Correspondences for Saturday

Gothic and Dark Images, Pics, Comments, Graphics
Correspondences for Saturday

Magickal Intentions: Spirit Communications, Meditation, Psychic Attack or Defense, Locating Lost Things and Missing Persons, Building, Life, Doctrine, Protection, Knowledge, Authority, Limitations, Boundaries, Time and Death
Incense: Black Poppy Seed and Myrrh
Planet: Saturn
Sign: Capricorn and Aquarius
Angel: Cassiel
Colors: Black, Grey and Indigo
Herbs/Plants: Myrrh, Moss, Hemlock, Wolfsbane, Coltsfoot, Nightshade and Fir
Stones: Jet, Smokey Quartz, Amethyst, Black Onyx, Snowflake Obsidian, Lava, Pumice
Oil: (Saturn) Cypress, Mimosa, Myrrh, Patchouli

Saturn lends its energies to the last day of the week. Because Saturn is the planet of karma, this day is an excellent time for spellwork involving reincarnation, karmic lessons, the Mysteries, wisdom, and long-term projects. It is also a good time to being efforts that deal with the elderly, death, or the eradication of pests and disease.

Friday Correspondence Page for Your BOS

Thursday’s Candle Colour Correspondences





Magickal Intentions: Communication, Divination, Writing, Knowledge, Business Transactions, Debt, Fear, Loss, Travel, Money Matters

Color: black, light blue, brown, gray, green, magenta, orange, peach, purple, red, silver, turquoise, violet, white, yellow; orange is the primary color

Number: 3, 5

Metal: mercury

Charm: distaff, rod, runes, staff, iridescent garments

Stone: moss agate, amethyst, bloodstone, emerald, hematite, lapis lazuli, lodestone, pearl, ruby, sapphire, sodalite, all blue stones

Animal: bear, dog, fox, magpie, swan, weasel

Plant: almond, bayberry, chamomile, cherry, cinnamon, cinquefoil, clove, coltsfoot, ginger, hazel, hazelnut, jasmine, lavender, millet, oak, peppermint, periwinkle, rosemary, sage, St. John’s wort, sweet pea, tamarind, lemon verbena, violet

Incense: cassia, cedar, cinnamon, clove, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, mastic, mint, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, storax, dried and powdered citrus peel, and all incense made from aromatic bark, wood, and seeds

Goddess: Carmenta, Hecate (Queen of Crossroads), Hel, Ishtar, Ma’at, the Morrigan, Nike

God: Anubis, Bragi, Elath-Iahu. Enki, Garuda, Hermes, Maximon (Black Magician), Mercury, Nebo (Wise God of Wednesday), Odin, Shango, Ullr, Vishnu, Wayland, Woden

Evocation: Agrat Bat Mahalat, Michael, Miel, Raphael, Seraphiel, Tiriel


Moonlight Musings

The Witches Guide to Saturdays


The Witches Guide to Saturdays

Saturday is a day filled with opportunities to clean up and clear out. So if you are wondering why Hecate is assigned to this day, take another look at what she symbolizes and the magick that is associated with her. That should answer the question.

Hecate was the oldest form of the Greek Triple Goddess, as she presided over heaven, the underworld, and earth. Crossroads where three roads met were especially sacred to Hecate, earning her the title of Hekate of the Three Ways. It’s interesting to note that even after the worship of other goddesses waned, ancient people still worshiped Hecate as the Queen of the Underworld and the Guardian of the Three-Way Crossroad. It was also believed that if you left her an offering of food there, she would grant you her favors. As Hecate Trivia, her triple images were often displayed at these crossroads, where she was petitioned on the full moon for positive magick and on the dark of the moon for cursing and dark magick.

While this last bit of information sounds a little ominous, keep in mind that Hecate/Hekate was known by many titles and is a shapeshifter. Her appearance could and did change often. As a dark moon goddess, her faces are many. To some she may appear as a old crone, hunched over a smoking cauldron and draped in a midnight cape. To others she may appear as a dark beautiful, mysterious, and mature woman wearing a shimmering crown. To some she may be perceived as a maiden priestess. She was called the “most lovely one,” the Great Goddess of Nature, and the Queen of the World of Spirits. This dark goddess knows her way around the earth and the underworld. All the powers of nature, life, and death are at her command.

–Book of Witchery, Spells, Charms & Correspondences for Every Day of the Week
Ellen Dugan

Time Changes Are Happening Starting This Coming Weekend

Please bear with me as I figure out what countries change from either daylight savings time to standard and vise versa. This reflects the Current Planetary Positions. It is not as easy as you may think it is. For example the United States of America changing to Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 14 at 2:00 CDT but Australia does not switch from Daylight Savings Time to Standard time until Sunday, April 4 at 2:00 AEST. So this changes how many hours ahead Australia is of the U.S.A. I just get to pull my hair out twice a year but it grows back fast…LOL! I will try my best to get the times right and the abbreviation for the different time zone I do posts for daily.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this confusing time.

The Witches Spell-A-Day – A Spring Abundance Spell


A Spring Abundance Spell

Now that trees and shrubs are beginning to show signs of growth, it’s the perfect time to perform this ritual. You’ll need a pliable stem about two to three feet long from a tree or shrub such as a willow or forsythia. Being by weaving the steam into a small wreath. As you weave, say:

The winds of winter are a thing of the past
Spring, I welcome you at last.
Growth and abundance are draw to me.
Now I’m blessed with prosperity.

As you weave the stem, visualize growth and abundance being bound to you. When you’re done, hang the wreath on a branch to the tree or shrub from whic it came. Thank the tree or shrub. You’ve created some positive karma, which will increase the flow of abundance coming to you.

James Kambos, Author
Llewellyn’s 2017 Witches’ Spell-A-Day Almanac

The Witches Correspondences for Thursday


The Witches Correspondences for Thursday

Thursday (Thor’s day)

Planet: Jupiter

Colors: Purple, Deep Blue

Crystals: Amethyst, Lepidolite, Sugilite, Tin

Aroma: Melissa, Clove, Oakmoss, Jupiter Oil, Cinnamon, Musk, Nutmeg, and Sage

Herb: Cinquefoil

Ruled by the planet Jupiter and dedicated to Thor, god of thunder and agricultural work. His parallels in various European Traditions include Zeus, Taranis, Perun, and Perkunas.

Magical aspects: controlled optimism, energetic growth, physical well-being, material success, expansion, money/wealth, prosperity, leadership, and generosity.

Thursday is the day of Jupiter, the largest of the planets and said to be the most powerful. Spellcasters would be wise to use this day for attempting wealth, success and prosperity spells.

Thursday is also associated (in Greek mythology) to Thor – Thor’s day – and some even say that Jupiter and Thor are one in the same. Both are strong and powerful, yet wise and just. Try a small prayer to Jupiter before commencing any ritual on Thursday as a sign of respect.

This is the proper day of the week to perform spells and rituals involving luck, happiness, health, legal matters, male fertility, treasure, wealth, honour, riches, clothing, money, desires, business, group pursuits, joy, laughter, and expansion

Correspondences for Wednesday


Home & Hearth Magick for Wednesday

On Wednesday cast for communication matters and to improve good luck

Planetary Influence: Mercury

Household Symbols: Phones, television, computers, letters, silver coins

Colors: Orange or purple

Kitchen Spices: Dill and celery seed


–Cottage Witchery, Natural Magick for Hearth & Home
Ellen Dugan

Justice Spell









1 Short Black Candle

Sharp Thing to Crave Person’s Name onto the Candle

Lighter or Matches

Candle Holder (TRIVIA: A candle holders proper name is CANDLE STICK)


I ask the Universe, the Great Spirit, The Great Mother, and The Great Father that the person who has caused me (fill in blank examples – physical, mental, or emotional hurt or pain, purposely caused you to lose money or a job, etc) gets the equivalent in this lifetime.

I do not want them to suffer any more than I am or any less than I am.

I do not ask for anything that will completely harm the person causing them to lose everything they own, their family or friends. But let their true nature be seen by their family, friends, business associates, and stranger they meet in any setting.

I ask that they become more considerate of other people, animals, Mother Earth, and anything else they come in contact with in anyway.

THESE ARE MY WORDS! THIS MY WILL! SO MOTE IT BE! A’Ho (A’ho comes from the Kiowa word aho (“thank you”). It spread in usage by the Native American Church ceremonies, and from use at Pow Wows. It’s use these days it is used for “I agree”, “Amen”, or “Yes.” But for every nation except the Kiowa it is a loan word. For the definition of other Native American Tribes and Nations  For more information on the phase A’Ho please click here.)

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