This Fianna ritual is run at the special moots that they count as the ending of one season and the beginning of the next: Imbolc (Feb 1st), the transition from winter to spring is marked by a night of drinking and celebration; Beltane (May 1st), the transition from spring to summer, the fertility rite celebrated by great fires, dances, drinking, and celebrating Gaia in the guise as the giver of life; Lughnasadh (Aug 1st), the transition from summer to autumn, memorializes the victory of Lugh Lamfhada over the first fomori and celebrated by tales of glory from the past year; and Samhain (Oct 31st), the transition from fall into winter and looked at as the Fianna New Year's Eve, is the most revered day in their year and marked by a great feast honoring the fallen dead and the spirits of the ancestors. Knowledge of this rite includes knowledge of the proper forms for all four Moots.

[Type: Caern Rite / Fianna theurges]

(Source: Homebrew, based on the Fianna Tribebook)

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