On the night of April 30th into May 1st, we celebrate the rawest and happiest of all Sabbaths: Beltane. While the meaning of the word remains somewhat unclear, it is agreed that Beltane is all about light, fertility and growth.  After the spring equinox in March, the light rules our surroundings now; we see it not only in the much longer evenings but also in the endless palette of colours all around us. 
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The bringer of light
In the depths of winter, between the Winter Solstice and Ostara, we celebrate Imbolc. While different sources suggest different meanings of the actual word “Imbolc” - from “in the belly” to “milking” to “thorough cleaning” - it is agreed that ancient Celtic cultures used to honour Brigid, the Goddess of healing, fire and poetry.
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