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Beltane Reunion Art 8x10 Fine Art Print Pagan Bohemian Mythology Goddess Art

The Beltane celebration honored life over death and celebrated the rebirth of the world. Above all, it was a fertility festival, a symbolic union of the God and Goddess, of the divine masculine and the divine feminine. A young virgin, often dressed in white with a crown of flowers, was chosen to be the Queen of the May. Her consort went by many names, including the Green Man, the May Groom, the May King, and Jack-of-the-Green, often dressed in green and decorated with leaves.

The Beltane celebration honored life over death and celebrated the rebirth of the world. Above all, it was a fertility festival, a symbolic union of the God and Goddess, of the divine masculine and the divine feminine. A young virgin, often dressed in white with a crown of flowers, was chosen to be the Queen of the May. Her consort went by many names, including the Green Man, the May Groom, the May King, and Jack-of-the-Green, often dressed in green and decorated with leaves.

Wickerman effigy/sacrifice... atButser Ancient Farm as part of Beltane celebrations.

Wickerman effigy/sacrifice... atButser Ancient Farm as part of Beltane celebrations.

Beltane Incense recipe: 3 parts Frankincense 2 parts Sandalwood 1 part Woodruff 1 part Rose Petals a few drops Jasmine Oil a few drops Rose Oil

Beltane Incense recipe: 3 parts Frankincense 2 parts Sandalwood 1 part Woodruff 1 part Rose Petals a few drops Jasmine Oil a few drops Rose Oil

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