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Beltane Fire Community Gathering 2023

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Come one, Come all to gather by the fire and celebrate as our ancestors did many moons ago. For it is Beltane! – A time of great celebration and joy, a time to harvest what we have sown and make sacred vows.

We shall honour the deities, we shall perform sacred rituals, we shall feast and we shall dance by the flame. All welcome to join us for this sacred Sabbat.

May 1 is Beltane in the Northern Hemisphere, November 1 in the Southern Hemisphere, and on that day we honour nature’s oldest love story. Beltane means bright fire, and in earth-based traditions, it represents the symbolic marriage of the God and Goddess and their eternal embrace.

During Beltane, we will have a Feast and Ritual on Saturday, Handfasting, Broom Jumping, Maypole Dancing and lots of Music 

According to ancient lore, the two have been separated all winter long, and their glorious reunion on Beltane is celebrated with food, drink, and multi-coloured maypoles to symbolize female energies wrapping themselves around the male form. The entire world comes alive with new life and bright colours to celebrate this union of the Divine Feminine with the Divine Masculine.

This holiday is a celebration that honours the divine balance in the union of masculine and feminine. Having reached maturity after their long, wintry separation, Lord and Lady can now come together as one and give birth to new life, ideas, passions, projects, and wonderful expressions of unbridled sensuality.

Fires are the traditional staple and symbol of Beltane. Traditionally, pastoral herds were driven through two fire posts for blessing and purification. The young, unmarried men would then leap over the bonfire and wish for a wife, while young women would leap to ensure their fertility.

Beltane is a day to embrace the divinity of our sexual nature. Like Samhain, the opposite holiday on the Wheel of the Year, this is also a time when the veil between the realms is thin, and it is an ideal time to communicate with the spirit world, especially nature spirits.

Stall applications for our Witches Market, Bards for our music, presenters for our workshop spaces and volunteers are all now available.

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In many ancient cultures, the cosmos is envisioned as a great tree. It has been given many shapes and names by those who dwell in its roots and branches.

I call it Yggdrasil. This ever-expanding, the ever-mysterious tree bears untold fruit for those daring enough to hang upon it.

To offer themselves up to the great mystery, or Runa herself.

To take up the Runes.

To Roar from the deep bellows of its roots.

And to fall, into the wondrous web of Wyrd whose womb we all are born from, and to which we shall all return.


Meet me upon that tree.

I shall be waiting

Any questions please either email me at or call Sargolais (Wayne) on 0415 800 888

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