Vernal Equinox (cont)
Vernal Equinox is about the dawn, about the returning of the light,
about greenery and growth. If you assign the festivals to a compass,
fairly obviously, Winter belongs to the north and Summer to the south.
Attributing the festivals clockwise around the compass puts Vernal
Equinox in the east, which works out perfectly since it's associated
with dawn Goddesses.
Traditional colours for Vernal are yellows and greens, but pale,
spring-like tones such as grass green and primrose yellow. In terms of
symbolic plants, all spring flowers, especially wild ones or meadow
flowers, correspond with the Vernal, as well as gorse and sycamore.
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