This is a Wiccan themed design I
created based on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. The "Wheel of
the Year" is a Wiccan metaphor and calendar for the cycle of the
seasons. It consists of eight festivals, spaced at
approximately even intervals throughout the year. These
festivals are often referred to as Sabbats.
Above you see a
static title graphic, click here for my suggested method
of how a web page
be inserted into the Wiccan Wheel of the Year title image created for
There is a blank of the image in the .zip file
below. If you don't have a graphic program capable
doing that, e-mail
me and I will do it for you as time allows. Note that if you like the
animated sample and wish me to create it for you, there will
be a charge. Below you will
find the Wiccan graphic divider and hour glass bullet designed for this
page. There are also clipart buttons: e-mail, and seperate festival buttons. Wheel navigation graphics
that could be placed at the bottom of each page if appropriate are also
Wicca and Wiccan-influenced forms of Neopaganism, natural processes are
seen as following a continuous cycle. The passing
of time is also seen as cyclical, and is represented by a circle or
wheel. The progression of birth, life, decline and
death, as experienced in human lives, is echoed in the progression of
the modern Wiccan calendar four of the Sabbats fall on the solstices
and equinoxes and are known as "quarter days;" the other four Sabbats fall
(approximately) midway between these and are commonly known as
"cross-quarter days" or "fire festivals."
system of eight yearly festivals is unknown in older pagan
calendars, and originated in the modern Wiccan religion.
Neopagans adjust the festivals to coincide with the natural seasons
occuring in their local climates. For instance, an Australian
Wiccan may celebrate Beltane on the 1st of November, when a Canadian
Wiccan is celebrating Samhain.
Font used for sample title and on buttons called: BD Renaissance
To save, you may download the .zip
file which includes the Wiccan Wheel of the Year graphics, clip art,
instructions and HTML template. Do not link to the graphics
on this page! Please note that this set is free to use on
personal websites only (donations are always appreciated).
Those sites that hope to generate
income (business site) there is a one time $10 minimum requested
payable through Pay Pal.
Whether it is a commercial or personal web site, a text link
to this site MUSTappear
pages you use these designs on. Below is a
is a home based graphic design and drafting firm that has been in
since 1978. It is owned and operated by Kythera
If you would like to commission a specially designed theme or graphic
send an e-mail.