So are you shaking the darling buds of May?
Hey, who knows the Celtic holiday of Beltane? Traditionally considered the time when it was safe to return to ahem fornicating in the fields, there’s a lot of folderol and myth built up around the holiday that occurs in May first. Of course I want to get my oar in early because it’s become a big deal in Scotland so I expect all you Outlander fans to dive into the next big thing, as the Telegraph says Beltane is making a comeback with the mundanes, too. They tie it to the modern need to reconnect and the training from music festivals, but with more meaning:
“Beltane is a rural pre-Christian prehistoric tradition which saw communities come together after long winters of isolation,” [Pauline Bambry] says. “It marked their connection not just to nature but to each other. That need to belong to something or someone…
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