END OF MARCH
This is definitely a holiday to celebrate fertility, as the days get lighter and flowers start to bloom. Also known as Ostara, who is the Germanic goddess of spring and dawn. The hare is associated with this holiday (this is where the Easter bunny has derived from) and this hare is intrinsically linked to the moon and all lundar goddesses, such as Hecatem Freya, Diana, and of course Ostara/Eostre.
This is the celebration of fertility. The symbol of the day is eggs, and the vibe is very much one of rebirth. Also known as Beltane. This is a fire festival, named after the Celtic God Bel, meaning ‘the bright one’ and the Gaelic word ‘teine,’ meaning fire.
END OF JUNE
This day is the celebration of the longest day of the year. From this point onwards in the year, the days get shorter as we approach winter time. Also known as Litha and Midsummer’s Eve.
END OF SEPTEMBER
This is also known as the Feast of Mabon. In Celtic folklore, Mabon is the son of Mordon, Goddess of the Earth. This is the second of three harvest festivals in the Wheel of the Year (Lammas, Mabon and Samhain).
This is thought to be the start of the new year, when the veil between this world and the next is thin. Also known as Samhain, Halloween, Day of the Dead, All Souls Day. Samhain, AKA The Lord of Darkness, rises on this night to look for lost souls.