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Fifth High Day Recap: Lammas

As the name Lammas comes from the Anglo-Saxon feast of “Loaf-mass” and has connections to Hlafmaest, the Norse feast of loaves, it seemed appropriate to bake bread to celebrate the day. 267 more words

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Fifth High Day: Lammas

The August “cross-quarter” High Day is often known as either Lammas or Lughnasadh. While the two terms are used interchangeably in neo-paganism, they are not generally considered to be related. 360 more words

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Fourth High Day recap: Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice marked the end of three weekends of celebration: first was the “Strawberry Fair” held on the appropriately-named Midsummer Common, a large field of common land in town still used for cattle grazing by local farmers. 375 more words

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Fourth High Day: Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice occurs on or around 21 June, and marks the point where the sun appears highest in the sky. This is due to the axial tilt of the earth as it orbits the sun throughout the year. 393 more words

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Summer Solstice Ritual

Summer Solstice Ritual
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Arrival at 12:00 pm; Ritual at 1:00 pm
Lakeview Grove, North Park (North of Pittsburgh, PA)

Celebrate Summer Solstice with Sassafras Grove by honoring the Manx god, Manannan Mac Lir.   406 more words

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Third High Day recap: Beltane

This Beltane was the first High Day that I did not celebrate with formal, ADF style, ritual. This is because I was on holiday in Norway over the May Bank Holiday weekend. 291 more words

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Third High Day: Beltane

The “cross quarter” day of Beltane occurs on or around 1 May, in line with the folk tradition of May Day which is still celebrated throughout Britain and Europe with May fairs and the crowning of May Queens. 509 more words

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