Witch calender events for 2014

Pagans and Wiccans love to celebrate, and as the Wheel of the Year turns, a number of milestones are reached. Each is a time for gathering together with friends and family, working on our spiritual development, and feasting and merrymaking! The following is a list of dates for 2014, as well as resources for celebration in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

***Please note that the full moon dates and times are based upon the Farmer’s Almanac schedules, which is listed in Eastern Standard Time.


1st: New Moon 11:15 am , Hag’s Day – Honoring the Goddess as she who transforms!, New years Day, Birthday of folklorist Sir James Frazier, 1854

6th: Triple Goddess Day- Honoring the Goddess as the three-in-one, Also the Day Of The Lord of the Dance Honoring shiva, seeking his aid for prosperity  and wisdom in the new year, and also a spouse if desired.

8th: 1st Quarter moon 3:40am

13th: Last of Austria’s witchcraft laws repealed in 1787

16th: Full moon 4:53

18th:Day of Danu- celebrating the Great Goddess who shows the way.

19th: Birthday of Dorothy Clutterbuck

20th: Celtic Tree Month of Birch ends

21st: Celtic Tree Month of Rowan begins

24th: Last Quarter Moon 5:20

25th: Birthday of poet Robert Burns, 1759

28th: Up Helly Aa celebration, Shetland Islands, Scotland

30th: New Moon 11:39 pm, Birthday of Z Budapest, founder of Dianic Wicca


2nd: Imbolc, & Lammas or Lughnasadh (Southern Hemisphere), Roman celebration of Februalia

6th: First Quarter Moon 7:23pm

12th: Death of Gerald Gardner in 1964

14th: Valentine’s Day & Full moon, Quickening Moon at 6:53 pm

15th: Lupercalia, Pan’s day-Honoring the lord of the wilderness

17th: Celtic Tree Month of Rowan ends

18th: Celtic Tree Month of Ash begins

21st: Birthday of author Patricia Telesco

22: Birthday of author Sybil Leek

28th: Cake Day- offering little cakes to the God and Goddess and remembering your ancestors.


1st: New Moon 8:00 am, Matronalia, the Festival of Women

6th: Birthday of “official witch of Salem” Laurie Cabot in 1933

8th: First Quarter Moon 1:27pm

16th: Full moon — Storm Moon at 1:08 pm

17th: St. Patrick’s Day, Celtic Tree Month of Ash ends

18th: Celtic Tree Month of Alder begins

20th: Beginning of Spring, Ostara, Mabon (Southern Hemisphere)

26th: Birthday of author and folklorist Joseph Campbell

28th: Death of author Scott Cunningham in 1993

30th: New Moon 6:45pm


6th: National Tartan Day

7th: First Quarter Moon 8:27am

14th: Celtic Tree Month of Alder ends

15th: Full moon — Wind Moon at 3:42 am, Celtic Tree Month of Willow begins,

16th: Birthday of author Margot Adler

22nd: Earth Day

23rd: Wiccan pentacle is officially added to the list of VA-approved emblems for gravestones,07

29th: New Moon 6:15am

30th: Walpurgisnacht celebrated by German witches


1st: Beltane, Samhain (Southern Hemisphere)

5th: Cinco de Mayo

7th First Quarter Moon 3:16am

11th: Mother’s Day

12th: Celtic Tree Month of Willow ends

13th: Celtic Tree Month of Hawthorn begins

14th: Full moon 3:16 pm

21st: Last Quarter Moon 1:00pm

28th: New Moon 6:14 am


1st: England’s Witchcraft Act of 1563 goes into effect

5th: First Quarter Moon 8:39pm

9th: Celtic Tree Month of Hawthorn ends

10th: Celtic Tree Month of Oak begins, Hanging of Bridget Bishop, first victim in the Salem Witch Trials

13th: Full moon 12:11 am, 13th: Birthday of Gerald Gardner in 1884

15th: Father’s Day

17th: Birthday of Wiccan author Starhawk

19th: Last Quarter Moon 6:39pm

21st: Beginning of Summer, Summer Solstice Sabbat Midsummer A.k.a Litha, Yule (Southern Hemisphere)

22nd: England’s last Witchcraft Law is repealed in 1951

27th: New Moon 8:09 am, Birthday of author Scott Cunningham in 1956



4th: Independence Day

5th: First Quarter Moon 12:00am

7th: Celtic Tree Month of Oak ends

8th: Celtic Tree Month of Holly begins

12th: Full moon 7:25 am

13th: Birthday of Dr. John Dee in 1527

19th: Last Quarter Moon 2:09am, Rebecca Nurse is hanged in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692

26th: New Moon 10:42 pm


1st: Lammas or Lughnasadh, Imbolc (Southern Hemisphere), Birthday of medium Edward Kelley, 1555

2nd – 4th: Dublin Irish Festival (Dublin, OH)

4th: First Quarter Moon, Moon Celtic Tree Month of Holly ends

5th: Celtic Tree Month of Hazel begins

10th: Full Moon — Corn Moon at 2:09 pm

15th: Birthday of Charles Leland, folklorist and author, 1824

17th: Last Quarter Moon

20th: Birthday of author Ann Moura in 1947

25th: New Moon 2:13 pm

31st: Birthday of author Raymond Buckland


1st: Celtic Tree Month of Hazel ends

2nd: First Quarter Moon, Celtic Tree Month of Vine begins

9th: Full Moon

10th: Birthday of Carl Llewellyn Weschcke

14th: Birthday of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa in 1486, Birthday of author Ellen Dugan

17th: Television welcomes Bewitched in 1964

21st: International Day of Peace

23rd: Fall Begins, Fall Equinox or Mabon, Ostara (Southern Hemisphere)

24th: New Moon

29th: Celtic Tree Month of Vine ends

30th: Celtic Tree Month of Ivy begins



1st: Birthday of Isaac Bonewits, founder of Ár nDraíocht Féin

8th: Full moon

12th: Birthday of occultist Aleister Crowley, 1875

18th: Birthday of Nicholas Culpeper, noted herbalist, in 1616

20th: Birthday of Selena Fox of Circle Sanctuary

23rd: New Moon

27th: Celtic Tree Month of Ivy ends

28th: Celtic Tree Month of Reed begins

31st: First Quarter Moon, Samhain, Beltane (Southern Hemisphere), Day Of the Dead, Halloween, Covenant of the Goddess formed in 1975


1st: Mexico’s Day of the Dead, All Saints Day

2nd: Birthday of Wiccan author Sirona Knight

6th: Full moon

11th: Veteran’s Day

14th: Last Quarter Moon

22nd: New Moon

24th: Celtic Tree Month of Reed ends

25th: Celtic Tree Month of Elder begins

28th: Thanksgiving day (United States)

29th: First Quarter Moon

30th: Birthday of Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, founder of Church of All Worlds, Festival of Hecate Trivia


6th: Full moon – Long Nights Moon at 7:27 am, Krampusnacht

14th: Last Quarter Moon

17th: Beginning of Saturnalia

21st: Winter Solstice or Yule, Litha (Southern Hemisphere)

22nd: New Moon, Celtic Tree Month of Elder ends

20th: Celtic Tree Month of Birch begins

21st: Winter Starts

22nd: New Moon

25th: Christmas Day, Feast of Frau Holle, Germanic goddess

28th: First Quarter Moon

31st: Festival of Hogmanay, New years eve






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