Tags » Lughnasadh

In which a midwestern witch who stopped eating grain celebrates a grain festival in the PNW

Blessed Lammas/Lughnasadh to those who celebrate! It’s a busy few days in pagan land between the blue moon and the sabbat!

I was raised in small town midwest, surrounded by corn fields.   609 more words

Pagan

Lughnasadh

The First Harvest has ripened. The long arms of the Sun have embraced us and brought forth the fruits of the Earth.

We come to the field and work together with our sickles and scythes, bringing in the tall and fulgent grains that we sowed as seeds, moons ago. 583 more words

Paganism

Blue Moon tonight on Lughnasadh's eve. 


Today way not at all what I thought it would be. It could have been much worse, so I am thankful it was not. At the same time, there were a few key elements which I would have been happier avoiding.  132 more words

Dear Diary

Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh, (Irish), or Lammas (English), is one of the eight Wiccan sabbats of the year – holidays celebrated by Wiccans, Neopagans, or those wishing to connect with nature and the seasons. 234 more words

Time to celebrate: Lughnasadh! (Lammas!)

First of all, here is how to pronounce the word:

This name is Celtic. The 1st of August (Lughnasadh) is one of the eight sabbats or days of power in the wiccan calendar. 187 more words

Everyday

Lughnasadh – A Time of Great Power

How will you celebrate Lughnasadh? Many people celebrate in different ways and this is one of the celebrations that I tailor to what I need at the time. 510 more words

Positive Magic

Lughnasadh Blessings! Boy, Am I Busy – How About You?

I’m not sure how the Celtic god Lugh had time for games at the first of August – I’m always a busy, busy bee this time of year. 236 more words