Beltane is a fire festival its name taken from the celtic word for the God Bel and the gaelic word ‘teine’ meaning fire.
Celebrated around the 1st of May, it is the festival between the Spring Equinox (Ostara) and Summer Solstice (Litha). The opposite of Samhain. A time when we celebrate the coupling of the Goddess and the God, The Green Man and the May Queen. Thus bringing the Goddess from Maiden into her Mother form. Where thoughts, seeds and ideas are consumated. A celebration of life and joy in being alive.
Having sown the seeds both physically and mentally by focusing our intentions in Spring. Now is the time we celebrate fertility (not just physically but the fertility of ideas and plans) and the coming summer as we begin to see the signs of growth and success. Ensuring a bountiful harvest when the time comes to reap what we…
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