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Imbolg

Date - February 1

Other Names - Brigantia, Oimele, Brid's Day, Bride's Day, Candalmas, Lady Day

Colors - White, Silver, Pale Yellow, Brown, Pink, Red

Deiteies - Virgin, Maiden and Child Goddesses, Gods as Young Men, Boys and Infants

IncenseBasil, Myrrh, Wisteria

Stones - Amethyst, Garnet, Onyx, Torquoise

Foods - Foods that represent growth, Poppyseed Breads, Cakes, Herbal Teas

Flowers/Herbs - Angelica, Basil, Bay, Blackberry, Celadine, Coltsfoot, Heather, Iris, Myrrh, Yellow Flowers, Tansy, Violets, White Flowers

Symbols - Candles, Brides, Grain Dolly, Burrowing Animals, Ewes

Keywords - First Stirrings of Mother Earth, Spring Cleaning, Time of Cleansing and Purification, Preparation for Growth and renewal, A Festival of the Triple Goddess Brigit- Whose breathe gave life to the dead
 

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