The Spring Equinox also known as Ostara or the Vernal Equinox is the day which symbolically marks the first day of spring. The day and night are of equal length and from this point onwards the days get longer as we head towards Beltane. The Spring Equinox happens when the sun crosses the celestial equator moving – south in the southern hemisphere and north […]Hekate Devotion: Spring Equinox/Ostara
Spring Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere is happening on Saturday the 23rd of September at 2.50pm. In the latest blog post from Setjataset, she has detailed its significance, the gods which resonate with this time, the connections to Hekate and some offering, and planting suggestions as well as a list of 15 things you can do to honour this time:
She also very generously shares posts like this detailing the Moon phases, as well as ones like this around the Festival dates, both their Traditional dates, and the actual Moment.