Earth Mother stirs in her sleep, preparing for spring. First of the
Colors are soft, airy, pastel - white, lavender.
Spring and the second spring festival. Pale, light colors - green,
yellow, pink, white.
Third spring rite. The growing season. Light colors - greens, blues, yellow, pink.
Traditional is red and white to symbolize a woman's blood when
she loses her virginity. Other traditional colors are white
and green to symbolize the end of winter and the beginning
The God is at his peak. This is the longest day; the Sun begins
to wane now. Strong, robust summer colors - greens, reds, yellow
First of three harvest festivals. Earthy colors - yellows, browns,
gray and gold.
Second harvest rite. Earthy colors, but deeper - golds, orange,
browns and red.
The darkness before the birth of the light (the God) at Yule.
The last harvest rite. Black and orange.
The birth of the sun (God.) The shortest day of the year; the
sun begins to wax now. Festive colors of red, green, silver,
gold and white.
White - the Maiden, new moon, waxing moon.
Red - the Mother, full moon. (White is often used to represent the full moon.
Black - the Crone, dark moon, waning moon.
Gold - the Son
Green - the Father
Black - the Sage
Note: I have found very little information on the stages of the God,
and all of it differing. This is what works for me. Feel free
to use other colors if you want.
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