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Photos from January 2018

Many thanks to Alex, Sarah and Ryan for these great photos of our January adventures!

The Jan 2018 Melbourne Pagans in the Pub. Photo by Ryan. 78 more words


Lughnasadh and Consumerism

As we have become divorced from what it is to be directly in touch with our food production, or indeed the production of any of our resources, Lughnasadh can be a tricky holiday to fully relate to. 721 more words

Musings By Fox Robin

PCV Public Lughnasadh Ritual

Hosted by the Pagan Collective of Victoria and the Monthly Hills Pagan Coffee Meets.

More information here: PCV Public Lughnasadh Ritual


A Very Full Moon

This week’s coming Full Moon is going to be a big one. It’s being called a Super Blue Blood Moon and, depending on which part of the world you are in, you may experience it all! 459 more words


An inclusive wheel of the year

Some versions of the Wheel of the Year (the eight festivals of Wicca and Druidry) can feel excluding, particularly those that focus on the God and the Goddess interacting through the cycle of the seasons. 1,578 more words


Lughnasadh History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

July 31 – August 1

The word Lughnasadh, Lúnasa or Lùnastal is pronounced loo-nas-ah. Lughnasadh means “an assembly” or “commemoration of Lugh”. Representative of the harvest, skills, sacrifice and perseverance. 2,507 more words


Lughnasadh Festival

Lughnasadh is the beginning of the harvest season. It’s when the first grains and fruits are ready to be picked, consumed, and preserved. This usually takes place around August 1st but does vary from different regions based on culture and beliefs. 376 more words