In parts of Scotland it is traditional to eat the Beltane Bannock first thing on Beltane morning. This is said to assure abundance for your household, crops and livestock for the year. Traditionally the Bannock was made with animal fat, such as lard, or bacon grease. Then it was placed on a stone on top of a pile of em
Maypole. Maypole decoration. May Day celebration maypole. | Etsy
“We’re dancing, we’re dancing, around the Maypole high. With colors of the rainbow, our ribbons do fly. Dear children take a ribbon please. Today May flowers all are we. Hey diddle dee, hey diddle dee, come join me please. Hey diddle dee, hey diddle dee, come join me please. Around, around, around, a garland we will weave.” As spring is approaching and May Day, with its dancing celebrations will be here soon, this beautiful Maypole decoration is perfect to use in a nature or seasonal table…
Gaelic Beltane tree: Beltane marked the beginning of the pastoral summer season, when livestock were driven out to the summer pastures.
DIY Beltane Incense Recipe - Moody Moons
Looking for a DIY Beltane incense idea? In honor of the upcoming Sabbat next week, I through together a little seasonal blend especially for Beltane festivities. Check out the recipe below for a quick, easy festival project to welcome the next turn on the Wheel of the Year.