"Morgana is Anglo/Dutch and lives in the Netherlands. She is a practising Gardnerian HPS. Over the years, she has facilitated a variety of Wiccan groups. She is co-editor of the international and bilingual "Wiccan Rede" magazine, which was launched in 1980 and is coordinator of Silver Circle, a Wiccan network in the Netherlands. As International Coordinator for PFI she travels extensively giving talks and workshops about Wicca and Paganism."

3 responses to “The Significance of Martinmas/ St. Martin/ Sint Maarten and 11 November”

  1. Jax

    All Hallows Eve is October 31st, while All Saints Day (aka all hallows day) is November 1st and Day of the Dead is November 2nd.
    I know this because my birthday is on November 1st and our family used to be Catholic and this was one of the many things drilled into us;)

  2. Emily Rothwell

    My local church is:

    Do you know about the Goose fairs in England? For example:
    but not being held this year 🙁

    Legend has it that it that Goose Fair got its name from the hundreds of geese, which were at one time driven from Lincolnshire and Norfolk to be sold in Nottingham, alas now it is just a yearly fun fair there.