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    Beltaine: Beltaine Maypole.

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    Beltane article with correspondences etc

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    May Pole

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    Another leisurely couple performs May’s pleasure: the gathering, on the first day of the month, of flowering or leafing branches. May Day, in medieval – and modern – Europe celebrated the return of spring. Celebrations came to include the gathering of wildflowers and green branches, the weaving of floral garlands, and the erecting of a Maypole, around which people danced.

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    CLARA M. BURD (1873–1933) - GIRL PLACING MAY BASKET ON DOOR

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    Ivan Kupala Day or Kupala Night is enthusiastically celebrated in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus on the night of 7 July. Ivan Kupala day is often called a Russian version for Valentines day

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    Simple May Basket How-To>>>Hang on a neighbor'a door on May 1st!

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    http://www.crystalwind.ca/pathfinder/neopagan-path/rituals-a-workings/3406-meditation-exercises.html

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    The maypole

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    I like this one!

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    Earth Holiday: Beltane

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    A Morris dance is a form of English folk dance usually accompanied by music. It is based on rhythmic stepping and the execution of choreographed figures by a group of dancers. Implements such as sticks, swords, and handkerchiefs may also be wielded by the dancers. In a small number of dances for one or two men, steps are performed near and across a pair of clay tobacco pipes laid across each other on the floor.

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    Morris dancers

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    Incense: Lilac, Frankincense Decorations: Maypole, Flowers, Ribbons Colours: Green, Rainbow Pastels This festival is also known as Beltane, the Celtic May Day. It officially begins at moonrise on May Day Eve, and marks the beginning of the third quarter or second half of the ancient Celtic year. It is celebrated as an early pastoral festival accompanying the first turning of the herds out to wild pasture. The rituals were held to promote fertility.

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    Wisdom words

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    May day baskets...

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    #CelticWheel #Beltane | Book of Shadows Beltane. Page 2. The Maypole by Brightstone on DeviantArt

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    'The Green Man and The Green Woman' by Terri Windling.

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    Beltane by EarthStar Studios

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    Raising of the May Pole.

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    by Walter Crane.

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    Beltaine

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