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nantosuelta

after the destruction comes a rebirth. of plants. of flowers. hands are twined with olive branches and flowers are made into crowns. the earth is renewed as the tides turn to peace.

Creative Writing

Flora Celebrates... Beltane May Day (Day 3)

Hello My Lovelies,

I hope you had a good weekend.

Just like you, I follow quite a few WordPress blogs, below is a really interesting article about the Celtic mythology which I am sharing with you as part of my seven day theme – May Day/Beltane. 2,498 more words

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5 Mythological Figures That I Love to Find In Books

Disclaimer: I don’t own or claim credit for the images in this post.

Everybody loves a good mythological story. What makes these special are the mythological characters and how they’re portrayed. 349 more words

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Flora Celebrates... Beltane May Day (Day 1)

Beltane: April 30th/May 1st

(Also known as – Bealtaine, May Eve, Valpurgis)

Sabbat Correspondences

  • Incense: Lilac, Frankincense
  • Decorations: Maypole, Seasonal Flowers, Ribbons
  • Colours: Green

The Fire Festival of Beltane… 820 more words

Paganism

Lands of Legend: Tir-nan-õg

If myth is an ocean, there is practically an archipelago of paradisal islands out there, and among them is an idyllic Otherworld inhabited by the ancient Irish gods. 989 more words

Fairy Tale

Book Review: The Child that Went with the Fairies

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s short story The Child that Went with the Fairies narrates the tale of a poor widow and her four children living in a sublime Irish landscape. 1,975 more words