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Beltane Bonfire Cakes!

As the light from the morning sun begins to reduce the darkness on the first of May each year in Norfolk, England, people in times past, would gather on the beacon hills along the Michael Leyline which runs southwest to the tip of Cornwall. They would wait until the first sliver of the sun was visible and then light an welcoming bonfire to greet the sun. As the first fire became visible to the next group across the valley, the second fire would be started and down the line this process would be repeated and repeated as the sun rose on what those gathered would call Beltane morning.

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