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  • n. Plural form of Sabbat.

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Examples

  • The Wiccan holidays are called Sabbats, and there are eight of them: four High Holy Days and four Lesser Holy Days.

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  • The festivals revolve around the harvest, with eight big festivals a year called Sabbats and monthly full moon rituals.

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  • I go to Druid Grove on the Sabbats, and I love that.

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  • In this area of the country, in addition to Reclaiming's giant Spiral Dance, another local Craft tradition, NROOGD (New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn), regularly presents an open Samhain ritual, as well as open rituals for each of the seven other Sabbats.

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  • Where are we now in terms of community rituals to celebrate the Sabbats?

    Why I Love Samhain

  • I have been happy to have participated in the development of open and public Sabbats.

    Why I Love Samhain

  • Open Sabbats for all eight points on the Wheel can be found.

    Why I Love Samhain

  • This is one of the easiest Sabbats to incorporate into American customs.

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  • Sabbat rites: Myths and traditions, how you celebrated each Sabbat for a year, and recipes see Chapter 15 for info on the Sabbats

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  • Troubled by dreams of werewolves and Sabbats, I slept, and the full moon rose above the world.

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