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The Greenman, Cernunnos /Herne the Hunter. By Artist Julia Jeffrey.

Rite of Spring England, 1905 Photographer: Kate Pragnell

Postcard of children standing around a maypole, sent in 1913 (hand-coloured photo)

May Day Celebration (May :Dancing around the Maypole. This is a postcard of children standing around a maypole, sent in Was a holiday celebrated in most of the world ,in the early

On Beltane Eve and its counterpart, Samhain Eve (or Halloween), the veil between the two worlds is at its thinnest. But unlike Samhain, when spirits of the dead roam the world, on Beltane Eve it is the fairies who are returning from their winter respite, carefree and full of fairy delight and mischief. Beware, tonight the Queen of the Fairies will ride out on her white steed to entice humans away to fairyland. If you hear the bells on her horse, turn your face away, or she may choose you.

On Beltane Eve and its counterpart, Samhain Eve (or Halloween), the veil between the two worlds is at its thinnest.

St. Michael and the dragon - veil painting by Mary Nichols of Davis Waldorf School

Waldorfish likes: St. Michael and the dragon - veil painting by our own Mary Nichols of Davis Waldorf School

✯ A Garland :: By Water Crane ✯

In Honor of May Day, Some Amazing Lady Labor Activists

The purpose and meaning of fire at the Celtic Midsummer Beltane Festival

The purpose and meaning of fire at the Celtic Midsummer Beltane Festival

Llewellyn Worldwide - Articles: The Book of Shadows Tarot, Volume 1: As Above

Beltane is a Celtic word which means ‘fires of Bel’ (Bel was a Celtic Sun God). It is a fire festival that celebrates of the coming of summer and the fertility of the coming year. The young horned God.

Blessed Beltane - my favorite holiday

Blessed Beltane - my favorite holiday

*Pre Raphaelite Art: Queen Guinevere’s Maying

in-the-middle-of-a-daydream: “ John Collier, Queen Guinevre’s Maying, 1900 ”

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