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I just realized, "D'Oh!" that I had never updated the title of this thread.

The link that Skipdawg was kind enough to supply in the first post is actually a perpetual calendar the site maintains, and not just for 2004.

In case you missed it, the link is:

Ethnic and Religious holidays

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Just found another that is rather detailed.

<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.interfaithcalendar.org/" target="_blank">INTERFAITH CALENDAR</a>

Excellent link. The link on the page that is called interfaith postscript was a very informative read.

Thank you for sharing.

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Traditonal British Witchcraft calander,

Candlemas,, February Eve(Brigit-day) Feb 1-2

May Day,, Beltane April 30- may 1st

August eve, Lammas August 1

Hallow'een, November eve,samhain October 31st- November 1st

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Vernal Equinox Generally on march 21

Summer Solstice june 21-23

Autumnal Equinox september 21-23

Winter Solstice December 21-23

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Beyond these Celestial and Solar Feasts and Celebrations there are also 13 Full moon and 13 Dark/new Moon rituals that take place too. for the time using the art magical.

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