This wooden chest has wonderful altar ingredients to perform rituals with, and celebrate Beltane.
Beltane is an ancient Celtic holiday, celebrated on May 1st. It was a fertility festival; a day when the Celts celebrated nature’s ability to reproduce.
On this day they performed rituals, and prayed that their fields would be fertile & their summer harvests succesful.
The Celts called this day Beltane, but May 1st has been a traditional spring festival in many cultures.
Beltane marks the midpoint between the Spring Equinox & the Summer Solstice. These days at the middle of the season are called cross quarter days. They divide the quarters of the year, set by the solstices & the equinoxes.
The ancient Celts actually used these cross quarter days as the division between the seasons. For them, Beltane was the beginning of summer.
Rosehips -Tulip - Meadowsweet - Dandelions
Black Tourmaline - Carnelian - Malachite - Beryl - Aquamarine - Garnet - Rose Quartz
* Himalayan pink salt.
* Glass bowl for burning incense, tealights or little offerings.
* Naturally shed antler tip wand.
* Wooden pentacle incense burner.
* Incense: Jasmine - Rose - Musk.
* Tealights: red - green - pink, herb infused.
* Dried orange slice.
* Silver toned Tree of Life talisman which is also a necklace.
All these ingredients are resting on a bed of dried rose petals and come in a beautiful wooden chest, which measures 12cm x 9cm x 9cm. ( 4,75" x 3,5" x 3,5") Great for every pagan, witch and all who practice the Craft.