Pagan

Data: The Wheel of the Year
Etymology: The Wheel of the Year is a Neopagan term for the cycle of eight festival days, spaced at approximately even intervals throughout the year.

What can you see from here?
These festivals have historical origins in Celtic and Germanic pre-Christian feasts, but as with all cultures’ use of festivals and traditions, these festivals have been used by European cultures in both the pre and post Christian eras as traditional times for the community to celebrate the planting and harvest seasons. The Wheel of the Year has been important to many people, both ancient and modern, and from various religious as well as cultural and secular viewpoints.

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