Correspondences For Ostara

Correspondences for Ostara (Spring Equinox)

Other Names: Eostre, Eostre’s Day, Spring Equinox, Vernal Equinox, Alban Eiber, Bacchanalia, Lady Day

Dates: March 19 – 22nd

Colors: Pink, Yellow, Grass Green, All Pastels, Robin’s Egg Blue

Altar Items: Eggs, Rabbits, Potted plants, Seeds, Maiden goddesses, Flowers, Quartz crystals, Cocoons, Bees, Baskets, Lambs, New Moon

Activities: Conception, Egg painting, Gardening/planting a garden, Actualizing potential

Spell Work: Manifestation, Healing, Energizing, Rededications, Removing obstacles, Restoring balance, Love attraction, Abundance, Home blessings, Spring cleaning

Animals: Rabbits, Snakes, Chicks, Birds

Stones: Aquamarine, Amethyst, Rose quartz, Moon stone, Bloodstone, Red jasper

Foods: Eggs, Honey, Sprouts, Fresh fruits, Sweet breads, Seeds, Poppy Seed Cake, Banana bread, Chocolate, Sweet Wine, Milk and other dairy foods

Herbs: Celandine, Cinquefoil, Jasmine, Rose, Tansy, Viole, Acorn, Crocus, Daffodil, Dogwood, Honeysuckle, Iris, Lily, Strawberry

Trees: Birch, Ash, Alder

Meaning: Balance, New Life/Rebirth, Goddes and God in Youth, Non-Celtic End of Winter, Light Overtaking Darkness, Fertility, Balance, New Beginnings, New Love, Growth,

Ritual Oils: Lotus, Magnolia, Ginger

Incense: Jasmine, Light scented florals

Mythical Creatures: Mermaid, Dragons, Unicorn

Goddesses: Aphrodite (Greek), Athena (Greek), Cybele (Roman), Eostre (Teutonic), Eriu (Irish), Gaia (Greek), Hear/Juno (Greco-Roman), Iris (Greek), Lady of the Lake (Welsh-Cornish), Madhusri (Hindu), Melusine (Franco-Scottish), Moon Mother (Native American), Ova (Greek-Etruscan), Renpet (Egyptian), Salamaona (Middle Eastern), Vesta (Greco-Roman), Anna Fearina (Roman), Astarte (Canaanite), Coatlicue (Aztec), Doda (Siberian), Erce (Slavic), Flidais (Irish), Garbhog (Irish), Ishtar (Babylonian), Isis (Egyptian), Libera (Roman), Ma-Ku (Chinese), Minerva (Roman), The Muses (Greek), Persephone (Greco-Roman), Rheda (Anglo-Saxon), Vesna (Slavic), Venus (Roman), Freya (Norse), Rati (Hindu),

Gods: Adonis (Greek), Cernunnos (Greco-Celtic), Danh (West African), Gwali (Central African), Lord of the Greenwood (English), Attis (Persian), Dagda (Irish), Dylan (Welsh), The Great Horned God (European), Mithras (Greco Persian), Odin (Norse), Ovis (Roman Etruscan), Osiris (Egyptian), Pan (Greek), Thor (Norse)


For a beautifully energizing Elemental Ritual for Spring, go HERE.

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