• Name Meaning: From the Gothic words bloma (“flower”) + dulþs (“festival”).
  • Date: 6 days beginning on the new moon of Anstimenoþs.
  • Deities Honored: Airþa.
  • Purpose: To celebrate the peace and prosperity bestowed by the Gods, especially to Airþa in Her role as Mistress of Plenty.
  • Offerings: Flowers, food from feasts, wine.
  • Associated myth: The war between the Goths and the Romans comes to an end. The Goths receive pastures for their animals and land to live on within the Roman Empire. To celebrate their new peace, the Goths and Romans throw a great party, full of feasting and dancing.

Suggested Activities

Worshipers can decorate their homes with flowers, go on walks in nature, have picnics outdoors if the weather permits, wear colorful clothing, play games, enjoy various entertainment like music and shows, and enjoy delicious food and drink.

These activities can be done solo or in a group.


Listed below are some example prayers. You can choose the one you like or write your own.

Simple Prayer

I welcome You, Airþa, Great Goddess, Body of the World.
You are the highest mountain and the darkest abyss,
the lands of our ancestors and the wilderness beyond.
O Deep Earth Mother, may You grant me resilience.
In thanks, I give You this offering in love and adoration.

Poetic Prayer

I welcome You, Airþa!
O Great Goddess,
Body of the World!
Mother of all waters
and the shining moon.

I welcome You, Airþa!
O Boundless One,
You encompass all.
You are the highest mountain,
the darkest abyss,
and everything between.
We know You as
the land of our ancestors,
which they worked and
loved for generations.
Receive these gifts, O Airþa,
Mother of Deepest Earth,
that I freely give to You.
May You grant me
the resilience to endure.

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