May Magickal Days
Beltane. May Day. Rowan Day, worldwide celebration of Spring &
Fertility. Celebration of Ashera in Palestine.
Pulletag, (Teutonic) return of Baldar.
Bon Dea (Good Goddess, Tarentia), Roman women's festival for the
Festivals of Cerridwen and Brigit. Festival of Sheela-Na-Gig, Irish
Eyvind Kelve's Day , Norwegian Pagan martyr. Hathor visits Nuit.
Furry Dance, traditional welcoming of Spring in Helston, England.
Hathor visits Anukis.
Lemuria, Roman feast of ancestors. Feast of Epipi, in Egypt.
Celebration of Anahit, Armenian.
Apollo's Birthday. Old May Eve, Irish Fairy mounds illumined.
Garland Day, offering garlands to Neptune (extant in England).
Pangyric of Isis, celebrates the finding Osiris.Goddess Tithe Day,
in North Africa.
Day of Vesta in Rome.
Festival of Dea Dia, Roman celebration of the cosmos.
Feast of the Horned God in England.
Bendideia, Greek festival to Bendis, Goddess of War & Hunting.
Mjollnir, celebrates the hammer of Thor, Germanic.
Day of Tefnut.
Ragnar Lodbrok's Day, Norse.
Rosalia, for Roman Rose Festival of Goddesses Floralia and Venus.
Birth of Artemis. The Mothers of Arles (to 5/28), French/European
Gypsy celebration of the three Maries of the Sea. Hermes Trismegistus.
Centennial Games, nighttime healing ceremonies dedicated to Roman
Goddesses Proserpina, Diana and the Fates.
Purification of Pythia, Greek.
Ambarvalia, dedicated to Roman Ceres, Juno and the Family Goddesses,
the Lares. Oak Apple Day, fertility rituals associated with tree
Wiccan Love Feast in England. Plynteria, solemn cleansing of image
of Greek Athena Polias in the sea. Frigg's Day.