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lughnasadh

Lughnasadh (referring to the Sun God Lugh) or Lammas is celebrated on August 1st party. The first harvest is celebrated. Celtic festival in honor of the god Lugh is traditionally held on August 7. 154 more words

Nature

Summer solstice

I spent the summer solstice at a medieval feast with a good company, a sun to go, and the more joy the day I could devote myself to the embroidery for the son of my friend and evening hydromel and songs galore what more. 17 more words

Nature

New York Faerie Festival this weekend!

Just spreading the word that starting tomorrow, from 11am to 7pm (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), the New York Faerie Festival is going on!

I’ll be there tomorrow afternoon, but here’s a heads up in case you’re in the Central New York state area and are so inclined. 42 more words

A Spiritual Cleansing

I attended my first pagan festival of the year.  I put the intention out into the Universe that I wanted to be cleansed and healed;physically, emotionally, and spiritually.   567 more words

Life

Gates of Yotva (Annual Yotvingian Festival in Alytus, Lithuania)

28-29th June is the time when we all gather together near the mound of Alytus to honour Yotvingians by creating a medieval village. For two days we try to live in a way our glorious ancestors did. 170 more words

Yotvingians

Carnival nun!

Back in Mars in Sardinia during the carnival. That day was a rainy day and celebration were disturbed by this bad weather.

Nevertheless a lot of people were attending the parade and all people were happy to be there, included this… 77 more words

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