Pagan calendar

Current Date: Jan 23 2017 10:34:46 GMT (DST not in effect)
Heathen Date: Manni`s day, Snowmoon 23, 2267 RE

This Pagan calendar shows Pagan, Witch, Druid and Heathen festivals, dates and events. Important neo-pagan festivals and religious holidays are included even if research into the origins are sketchy, as they are important in modern paganism. Understanding festivals roots is a good idea, for the fire festivals, research the Coligny calendar and Margaret Murray. For the Celtic tree calendar, research Robert Graves. Sources of information on old pagan festivals and calendar dates include the Coligny calendar, Cormac's Glossary and Bede's writings. Pagan carvings, pictures, artifacts and writings help validate certain events. But many events have a certain amount of guesswork added to make them useable today. Paganism has always been evolving, and our celebrations do too. As such, both modern and old events are included on this calendar for you to enjoy as you will. The dates are stored in GMT time and adjusted to the time zone you select. Everything on this site is free.

Main Wheel Of The Year events (fire festivals start on the preceding eve)

Fire Festivals

Quarter days 2017 2018

Next Moon Phase

1 Jan 1900

Next Two Festivals

NH-Spring Equinox(56d)
Mon Mar 20th 10:28 GMT
NH-Beltane Eve(97d)
Sun Apr 30th 0:00 BST
Imbolc 1 Feb Spring Equinox Mon Mar 20 10:28 GMT Tue Mar 20 16:15 GMT
Beltane 1 May Summer Solstice Wed Jun 21 5:24 BST Thu Jun 21 11:07 BST
Lughnasadh 1 Aug Autumn Equinox Fri Sep 22 21:02 BST Sun Sep 23 2:54 BST
Samhain 31 Oct Winter Solstice Thu Dec 21 16:28 GMT Fri Dec 21 22:22 GMT

February 2017

Europe/London Change timezone
Long 0:07 W Lat 51:30 N
Sun tables, Moon tables
Moon Phase
11 Feb 2017 info: Europe/London (0.07,51.30) - Sunrise: 07:24 Sunset: 17:04
Sun cp>aq 19 Jan 2017
Sun aq>pi 18 Feb 2017
Moon cn>le 9 Feb 2017
Moon le>vi 11 Feb 2017
Mercury cp>aq 7 Feb 2017
Mercury aq>pi 25 Feb 2017
Venus pi>ar 3 Feb 2017
Venus ar>pi 3 Apr 2017
Mars pi>ar 28 Jan 2017
Mars ar>ta 10 Mar 2017
Jupiter vi>li 9 Sep 2016
Jupiter li>sc 10 Oct 2017
Saturn sc>sa 18 Sep 2015
Saturn sa>cp 20 Dec 2017
Uranus pi>ar 12 Mar 2011
Uranus ar>ta 15 May 2018
Neptune aq>pi 3 Feb 2012
Neptune pi>ar 30 Mar 2025
Pluto sa>cp 27 Nov 2008
Pluto cp>aq 23 Mar 2023
Images courtesy of NASA
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8 calendars
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Celtic Celtic (2)
Fire Festivals Fire Festivals (3)
FirstNation FirstNation (2)
Heathen Heathen (3)
Misc Misc (1)
Roman Roman (7)
Saints days Saints days (0)
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Pagan Fire Festivals Calendar
Wed, February 1 2006

Fire Festivals
Imbolc/Oimelc/Brigid`s Day, on February 2 and the preceding eve. associated with fertility. celebrated as a fire festival. midpoint between the winter solstice and spring equinox later in week. Celts

Pagan Misc Calendar
Wed, February 1 2006

St Brigids day
Saint Brigid of Kildare or St Brigid of Ireland (Brigit, Bridget, Bridgit, Bríd or Bride) (Naomh Bhríde in Irish; fl. 451- 525) is the secondary patron saint of Ireland, after Saint Patrick. St Brigid

Pagan Fire Festivals Calendar
Wed, February 1 2006

SH-Lughnasadh eve
Fire Festivals
Lughnasadh/Lammas, on August 1 and the preceding eve or on the full moon nearest the midpoint between the summer solstice and autumnal equinox, during the time of the harvesting. See August 1 for full

Pagan Roman Calendar
Thu, February 2 2006

Sementivae, also known as Feriae Sementivae, is a Roman festival of sowing. It is held in honor of Ceres (the goddess of agriculture) and Tellus (Mother Earth). The initial half of the event is a f

Pagan Fire Festivals Calendar
Thu, February 2 2006

Fire Festivals
Lammas/Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-na-sa), on August 1 and the preceding eve or on the full moon nearest the midpoint between the summer solstice and autumnal equinox., during the time of the harvestin

Pagan Heathen Calendar
Sat, February 4 2006

Disting, February 4, is the most important feast in February, which means /"assembly of the Disir. It is also called the `Charming of the Plow,` showing that it is a celebration of the beginning of

Pagan Heathen Calendar
Thu, February 9 2006

Eyvind Kinnrif`s Day
Eyvlnd Kinarifi`s Day, February 9, is a day of remembrance because he was tortured to death by Olaf Tryggvason for refusing to convert to the new religion.

Pagan BirthsNDeaths Calendar
Mon, February 13 2006

Gerald Brosseau Gardner Death
Gerald Brosseau Gardner (June 13, 1884 - February 13, 1964) was a British civil servant, amateur anthropologist, writer, and occultist who published some of the definitive texts for modern Wicca, whic

Pagan Roman Calendar
Mon, February 13 2006

Parentalia. Roman festival for honoring one's dead parents. Families gathered among the tombs of loved ones and made offerings or sacrifices of grain and wine to their souls. The Parentalia was the fi

Pagan Heathen Calendar
Tue, February 14 2006

Feast of Vali
February/Horning 14 Feast of Vali (Sacred to Vali)

Pagan Roman Calendar
Wed, February 15 2006

The Lupercalia were a very ancient, possibly pre-Roman pastoral festival, held on February 15 to honor Faunus, pagan god of fertility and forests.

Pagan Celtic Calendar
Fri, February 17 2006

End of Rowan Celtic tree month
L - Luis, the Rowan Month (January 21st - February 17th)

Pagan Roman Calendar
Fri, February 17 2006

Quirinalia, in honour of Quirinus

Pagan Celtic Calendar
Sat, February 18 2006

Start of Ash Celtic tree month
N - Nion, the Ash month (February 18th - March 17th)

Pagan FirstNation Calendar
Sun, February 18 2007

End of Otter month
Otter - 20th January - 18th February. The Cleansing Time. Direction - North. Element - Air. Plant - Fern. Mineral - Turquoise. Function - To reform and carry on.

Pagan FirstNation Calendar
Mon, February 19 2007

Start of Wolf month
Wolf - 19th Feburary - 20th March. The Blustery Winds Time. Direction: North by North East. Element - Water with Air. Plant -Plaintain. Mineral: Jade. Function - To understand.

Pagan Roman Calendar
Wed, February 22 2006

Caristia, or Cara cognatio, was a Roman feast day that fell on the 22nd of February, between the Feralia and the Terminalia. It is the occasion of family reunion, on this day Roman fathers would pay s

Pagan Roman Calendar
Wed, February 22 2006

Feralia was a Roman feast honoring the "infernal powers". It typically fell on February 22 and was the last day of the Parentalia, a week-long festival that honored the dead. The Feralia was also reli

Pagan Roman Calendar
Fri, February 24 2006

Regifugium or Fugalia was an annual observance that took place every February 24. In Latin, the name of the observance transparently means "flight of the king." What exactly this observance was occ

Recommended Books

Stations of the sun book | Bede - reckoning of time book | Gardening and planing by the moon book