Beltane is one of my favourite pagan holidays because it represents fertility, abundance and growth. Like Samhain, the opposite holiday on the Wheel of the Year, this is also a time when the veil between the realms is thin, and a good time to communicate with the spirit world, especially nature spirits.
A festival of fun and merriment, a time of feasting and Maypole dancing, as we celebrate the woodland union of The God and Goddess it is a time of rejoicing in the Earth’s fertility. A beautiful time of year, often some of the sunniest warm days and surrounded by May blossoms, bluebells in the forests the whole world blooming with new life.
Beltane is associated with the Celtic God Bel, also known as Balor or Belenus. He is a God of Light and Fire, and associated with the Sun (akin to the Greek Apollo). Fires were the traditional…
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