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Friday, April 29, 2016
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Beltane is the last of the three spring fertility festivals, the others being Imbolc and Ostara. It is the second principal Celtic festival (the other being Samhain), celebrated approximately halfway between Vernal (spring) equinox and the midsummer (Summer Solstice). Beltane traditionally marked the arrival of summer in ancient times.

Beltane, and its counterpart Samhain, divide the year into its two primary seasons, winter (Dark Part) and summer (Light Part). As Samhain is about honoring Death, Beltane, its counter part, is about honoring Life. It is the time when the sun is fully released from his bondage of winter and able to rule over summer and life once again.

Modern day pagan observances of Beltane include the maypole dances, bringing in the May, and jumping the cauldron for fertility. Many couples wishing to conceive children will jump the cauldron together at this time. Fertility of imagination and other varieties of fertility are invoked along with sexual fertility. In Wiccan and other Pagan circles, this is a joyous day, full of laughter and good times.

This gorgeous little scrap kit brings you everything you need to scrap out your Beltane festivities. It comes with 15 papers and 40 .png elements, plus one fire element poser.

You are getting 3 flowers, 3 bows, 2 decos, 2 frames, 2 ribbons, 1 athame, 1 besom, 1 book of secrets, 1 brad, 1 candle, 1 cauldron, 1 chalice, 1 color swirl, 1 dream catcher, 1 fire, 1 fire line, 1 flame butterfly, 1 flower scatter, 1 full moon, 1 grass border, 1 hat, 1 leaves, 1 mask, 1 May pole, 1 old grove, 1 pentagram, 1 phoenix, 1 plant, 1 stars, 1 sun, 1 tag, 1 taurus sparkles, 1 unicorn, and 1 wand.

300 DPI. Personal use only. Available in both FULL and TAGGER sizes!

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