Explaination: The Image behind the altar is of Brighid, a box I got for Christmas. The white candles are traditional for Imbolc. The red candle is a triple candle, representing the three aspects of the Goddess, the lady of healing, the lady of poetry, and the lady of ironwork. The god’s eyes are substitute Brighid’s Crosses. The cake, is, obviously, an offering. The triple spiral represents my dedication to the Irish pantheon as my main pantheon, as well as again representing Brighid’s three aspects. The stone to the right is a piece of Connemara marble, again showing the Irish part of the holiday. The cinnamon and herbs by the stone are just generally to represent health and cleansing. The little decorations in that area as well are Celtic as well. The stones on the main altarpiece are spell stones, reflecting my beliefs in magic. And finally, the chalice to the left shows the goddess in her three forms of mother, maiden, and crone, and holds the milk I offer to Brighid, as dairy products are associated with Imbolc!