(Adapted for a solitary practitioner from here
⦁ red and black candles (dark goddess)
⦁ brown and green candles (horned god)
⦁ white candle (home and hearth)
⦁ bread and wine (or grape juice, i'm sure the deities aren't picky if you're not old enough to buy wine XD)
⦁ cast circle if your tradition calls for it
⦁ light red and black candles, say
"A pair of candles is lit to honor the Goddess.
All year long she is the maiden and the mother,
tonight we honor Her as the Crone."
⦁ Light brown and green candles, say
"A pair of candles is lit
in honor of the God.
He is wild and fertile and animal
and tonight we honor him as the Horned God."
⦁ take a chunk of the bread and a sip of the wine.
⦁ light the white candle for hearth and home, say
"This candle is lit
in honor of hearth and home.
The mother and father, the Goddess and God,
watch over us tonight as we honor them."
"We light these five candles
for the powerful Goddess
and her mighty horned consort, the God,
and for the safety of home and hearth.
On this, the night of Samhain,
when the Goddess is a wise Crone,
and the God is a wild stag,
we honor them both."
"This is a time between the worlds,
a time of life and a time of death.
This is a night unlike any other night.
Ancient ones, we ask your blessing.
Goddess, great Crone, mother of all life,
we thank you for your wisdom.
Horned God, master of the wild hunt, keeper of the forest,
we thank you for all that you provide."
⦁ Once all offerings have been made, and thanks given, take a moment to meditate on the new beginnings of Samhain. Consider the gifts that the gods have given you over the past year, and think about how you might show them your gratitude in the coming twelve months. As the old year dies, make room in the new year for new things in your life. You may not know yet what's coming, but you can certainly imagine, dream and hope. Tonight, this night between the worlds, is the perfect time to imagine what things may come.
⦁ End the ritual in the way called for by your tradition.