What is eaten at Beltane? Aphrodisiac foods like cherries, oysters, and chocolate are appropriate Beltane foods. As well as anything traditionally Celtic eaten on this sacred sabbat. Dairy was traditionally protected on Beltane rites, so dishes with butter and milk are customary, too.
What do you do in a Beltane fire? All household fires would be doused and then re-lit from the Beltane bonfire. These gatherings would be accompanied by a feast, and some of the food and drink would be offered to the aos sí. Doors, windows, byres and livestock would be decorated with yellow May flowers, perhaps because they evoked fire.
What do Pagans do for Beltane? Although this is not a ritual that is practiced now, modern pagans still light bonfires and practice fertility rituals on this day. Modern-day pagans celebrate Beltane in a variety of ways. One way to celebrate is with a maypole. In this custom, a pole is placed in a field with ribbons attached.
Who is the goddess of Beltane? Eostre/Ostara, the Celtic goddess of Spring was celebrated in festivities and dancing around and through the birch tree between the Spring Equinox and Beltane.