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Imbolc (February 1)
This is the festival of the begining of spring.
It represents the renewed life of earth after winter,
and the suns growth in strength.
Imbolc is also called Candlemas
Imbolc is sacred to the Maiden Goddess,
the Goddess of Dawn and of Fire.

Symbols of Imbolc
Candles, evergreens, and snow

Colors of Imbolc
White, and blue

Herbs and flowers
Angelica, basil, bay, benzoic, blackberry, celandine, coltsfoot, heather, iris, myrrh, snowdrop, tansy, violets, and white and yellow flowers.

Foods
Breads, cake, curry, dairy foods, garlic, honey, leeks, muffins, onions, peppers, raisins, scones, seeds, spicy, and hot foods, herbal teas, and spiced wines.

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Shrine keeper Rev Gigi
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