> 4--The evidence is that the ancient Celts celebrated their own
>quarter days, not the solstices and equinoxes--even if one accepts
>argument that the quarterly feast days began as drifted solstices.
> Francine Nicholson
This is only an idea, but coming from a rural area I can see how the quarter
days may have been important to agriculture.
So if the Quarter days were important to Phyical life and living , then
could the solstess and equanox celibrations have been more to do with
spiritul life and living?
I have no proof to back this up, it's just a thought thats all.
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