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Imbolic

(Non-Christian Religions / Other Non-Christian Religions) an ancient Celtic festival associated with the goddess Brigit, held on Feb.

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Winter Festivals - season of light
Apr 27, 2005 Imbolic was a celebration of light returning after winter. On festival day, candles were put in the windows of the family home.
Interfaith Calendar 2011 – 2012
23rd Asian Lunar New Year (Confucian, Daoist, Buddhist). 28th Vasant Panchami (Hindu). 2nd Imbolic - Lughnassad (Wicca/Pagan).
Cultural Calendar 2009
12 Hanukkah Begins. 18 First of the month of Tevet. 19 Hanukkah Ends.
The Celtic Encyclopedia, Volume V
NAME. Imbolic. ALTERNATIVE Imbolic {Imbolg} (Swelling Belly) / Oimelc /.
The List of Religious Holidays Permitting Pupil Absence from School
January 20. Tu B'shvat (Jewish). FEBRUARY.

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FUROR GALLICO mit Furor Gallico
Nach diesem unspektakulären Einstieg geht's bei „Venti Di Imbolic“, das zwar auch langsam und beschwinglich mit Mittelalterklängen beginnt, durch das „Gegrunze“ des Sängers Davide Cicalese schon etwas härter, aber immer noch eher gemächlich zur Sache.

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Imbolc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Imbolc (also Imbolg or Oimelc), or St Brigid's Day (Scots Gaelic Là Fhèill Brìghde, Irish Lá Fhéile Bríde, the feast day of St.
The Wheel of the Celtic Year: Imbolc
Wiccan, Pagan and Witchcraft Holidays., Imbolc Lore
Various other names for this Greater Sabbat are Imbolgc Brigantia (Caledonni), Imbolic (Celtic), Disting (Teutonic, Feb 14th), Lupercus (Strega), St.
Imbolic - definition of Imbolic by the Free Online Dictionary
(Non-Christian Religions / Other Non-Christian Religions) an ancient Celtic festival associated with the goddess Brigit, held on Feb.
Imbolic | Monika Magick
Tomorrow we celebrate Imbolic, the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.

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