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With the bonfire ablaze, the villagers extinguished all other fires.

Each family then solemnly lit its hearth from the common flame, thus bonding the families of the village together.

"end") is a festival on the end of the harvest season in Gaelic and Brythonic cultures, with aspects of a festival of the dead.

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The Gaelic festival became associated with the Catholic All Souls' Day, and appears to have influenced the secular customs now connected with Halloween.

Samhain is also the name of a festival in various currents of Neopaganism inspired by Gaelic tradition. It appears, therefore, that in Proto-Celtic the first month of the summer season was named 'wintry', and the first month of the winter half-year 'summery', possibly by ellipsis, '[month at the end] of summer/winter', so that would be a restitution of the original meaning.

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  1. Easy going type who has been on a pagan path for many years. Mostly Celtic. British mysteries, faerie lore etc. I'm Welsh but have lived in the South West for.

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