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Ancient Celts ate and drank heartily during their traditional fire festival on the eve of May Day, which celebrated the return of the light half of the year. From the fulachta fiaolha (cooking pits of the Celtic tribes), this feast features organic flavors of the wild, with foods gathered from the seas, the forests, and the meadows.
These ornate candles are made especially for spell work centered around the Ostara holiday or Spring Equinox.
Imbolc Altar Decor Ideas. Also known as Candlemas, Imbolg, Brigid’s Day, and Oimelc, this holiday is usually celebrated from sundown on February 1 through the day of February 2. It can be variously celebrated on January 31, February 1, February 2, February 6, or February 7 as well. Imbolc traditions. How to celebrate Imbolc. Imbolc symbols. Imbolc meaning. Imbolc blessings. Imbolc celebration. Imbolc colors. Imbolc goddess. Imbolc history. How to pronounce Imbolc. Imbolc pagan feast and crafts.