Beltane Info For All!May 1, 2018
Sometimes having good sources of holiday fun can simply make life more fun so here are a few for the Beltane season.
History & General Information
We can all appreciate Wikipedia though can occasionally be edited with inaccurate information generally has good information.
History of the Maypole from ThoughtCo is sure you to find just the right step.
Good information about traditions and so much more from The Goddess and The Green Man
A little insight from Llewellyn goes a long way!
Myths and traditions around the world from Hesperides Garden
Crafts & Other Activities
Beautiful ideas from Thought Co on how to include the kids in a holiday celebrating fertility.
Decorate the entire house with tissue paper flowers from Hay Lets Make Stuff (make a Mobil)
How about a basket for you and one for a friend from Skip to my Lue
Make some Music with Drums and Rattles
Enjoy upcycling with Pagan Tama and these beautiful masks
Make a Mini Maypole from MindBodyGreen
Coloring page from Crayola
- This fantastic short story by Pagan Dad sums up the beauty of this time of abundance.
- A Beltane Story; for Children by Lady Abigail form 2010 makes any night special!
- “Insifail” from the book “Celtic Wonder Tales” by Ella Young
- “Etains’s Other World” from the book “Celtic Myths” by Sam McBratney
- “Little Grey Rabbit’s May Day” by Alison Uttley
- “On the Morn of Mayfest” by Erica Silverman
- “The Flowers’ Festival” by Elsa Beskow
Other Good Fun
This Pathos Article is a few years old but talks about the energy of the holiday.
The Pagan and Wiccan Parenting Page had so much it fits in all the categories, clearly an older page the info is just as useful.
All of the energy of this holiday summed up in one place!