One of the four Celtic holy days, Beltaine (May 1 in the northern hemisphere, November 1 in the south) is the feast of the God Belenos and the first day of summer. Belenos protects the cattle with his sacred fires. He is also the guardian of medicinal herbs, and his own plant is the henbane
The word baltaine translates from old Gaelic as 'bone fire'
pronounced: bal tin nae emphasis on the first syllable