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Chapter One From Paganism to Christ
Chapter Two Yule to Twelfth Night
Chapter Three Candlemas to Easter
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19th century ancient animal apples Bartle Beltane birch bonfires Bride Bull cakes calendar called Candlemas candles carried celebrated Celtic Christianity ceremony Christmas church cider corn dolly custom dancers dancing dates back dawn dead decorated divine dressed druidic early Easter Eostre equinox Europe farm feast fertility festival fire flowers folklore Fool garlands giant goat goddess Green greenery guisers Hallowe'en hare harvest Herefordshire hobby horse holly honour horns Imbolc King known Lammas last sheaf luck Lughnasadh magic masks Maypole medieval Michael Howard midnight midsummer Night Norse Norse mythology Oak Apple Day origin pagan Plough pole Queen representing revived ribbons rites ritual Robin Hood Roman runes rural sacred sacrifice saint Samhain Scotland seasonal solstice Sometimes spirit spring streets summer survived symbol Today traditional tree twigs village Wales wearing Wicca Wild Hunt winter witches woman women worship wren young Yule Goats Yule Log