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February 1st – Llamas – The Festival of Bread and the Harvest

The Wheel of the Year begins to shift from a growing time to a harvest time.  The first of three Celtic harvest festivals, the Festival of Bread and fruit is a time when the Sun God begins to weaken and the days begin to grow shorter as the nights grow longer. This is a powerful … Read More

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February 1st – Lammas The Festival of Bread and the Harvest

The Wheel of the Year begins to shift from a growing time to a harvest time.  The first of three Celtic harvest festivals, the Festival of Bread is a time when the Sun God begins to weaken and the days begin to grow shorter as the nights grow longer.   The Goddess represented as the Queen … Read More

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Imbolc – Festival of Milk – February 2nd

This is a Gaelic word for “in the belly” Imbolc is the first of three fertility celebrations along with Ostara and Beltane to nurture the dreams and wishes created the night of the Winter Solstice. Imbolc serves to remind us that spring is approaching. This is a holy day of new beginnings and growth. Part … Read More

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The Fire Festival of Litha is known as the Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice is the most powerful day of the year for the Sun God. Celebrations begin at sunset the night before and continue through the next day. In ancient times, the Summer Solstice was a fire-festival of great importance when the burning of balefires ritually strengthened the sun. It was often marked with torchlight … Read More

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