Ostara

Ostara is one of 8 neo pagan sabbats, holidays that make up the Wheel of the Year.

March 21-22

Spring Equinox is a time of renewal & new beginnings  It is the time we get rid of the old & welcome in the new in all areas of our lives.

Planet: Mars

Element: Air

Gender: Masculine 

Colors: Bright green, yellow and purple

Tree: Birch, Ash, Alder

Plants & Herbs: Acorn, Celandine. Cinquefoil, Crocus, Daffodil, Easter lily, Roses, Strawberry, Irish Moss,  Iris,Ginger, Hyssop, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Violet, Narcissus, Peony

Gemstone: Jasper, Rose Quartz, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Moonstone, Carnelian, Coral,

Altar Ideas: Spring Flowers, Colored Eggs, seeds

Animals: Hares, Rabbits, Snakes, Unicorn, Pegasus

Oils & Incense: African Violet, Jasmine, Strawberry, Sage, Ginger, Lotus,  Rose, Lavender, Magnolia, Narcissus

Spell/Ritual Work: Balance, Communication, Garden/plant blessings, Growth, Invention, New Projects, Seed Blessing

Spell Crafting

Energies: Beginning, Birthing, Completion, Embodiment of Spirit, Fertility, Love,  New Beginnings, Opening, Sexuality,  Strength

Goddess: Aphrodite, Athena, Cybele, Eostre, Gaia, Goddess Ostara, Hera, Ishtar, Isis, Libera, Lady of the Lake, Ostara. Persephone, Rheda, Venus, the Green Goddess

Gods: Adonis, Attis, Cernunnos, Green Man, Lord of the Greenwood, Mars, Odin, Osiris, The Great Horned God, Thoth