Beltane Sabbat is a celebration of fertility and marriage. It is a good time to perform a ritual to empower your womb. Take a small doll and make a cradle for it. Decorate the cradle with the symbols of growth: gold coins, shiny crystals, nuts, seeds, corn. Tie nine ribbons to the cradle: red, yellow, green and blue ribbons to represent the four seasons, silver ribbon for the moon, gold ribbon for the sun, white for Mother Earth, purple for Father Sky and a pink ribbon for a new life. Fasten all ribbons in a clockwise direction while saying: Connect the ribbons with three knots and say: Put the cradle next to your bed, and put a vase of fresh flowers next to it. In the morning after, pour salt over the cradle nine times and then pour nine drops of water. Light a silver candle and a cinnamon incense stick to honor the moon. Move the candle clockwise nine times and drop a bit of candle wax on the cradle. Then you will need to apply the incense smoke on the cradle in a clockwise movement. Leave the cradle for 14 days after the Beltane holiday, while periodically changing the flowers with fresh ones. The old flowers are to be buried in the ground.