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Lughnasadh History and Modern Ways to Celebrate

Lughnasadh or Lughnasa takes place the night of July 31 through August 1 and is representative of the harvest, skills, sacrifice and perseverance.

The word Lughnasadh can be translated to “an assembly” and of course the beginning of the word referring to “Lugh” the god. 1,872 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

Lughnasadh Ritual 2017

This was my second time celebrating Lughnasadh on August 5th. This year we traveled to the Muin Mound Grove near Syracuse, NY at the home of Rev. 754 more words

Spiritual Stasis and the Void of Becoming -- Philip Carr-Gomm guest post

Here we are, in the ‘dog days’ between the great North American Eclipse and the Neptunian Pisces full moon,  between the first and second harvest festivals,  waiting for Mercury to go direct and ripen our future.  193 more words


Lughnasadh 2017

Though Lughnasadh has long passed, I would like to share how I celebrated the sabbat this year.

P.S. Pics of my Lughnasadh Altar are on my Facebook page! 157 more words


Magickal Reviews: The Witch'in Way subscription box. [July 2017]

I know, all I ever do is post reviews of my fav Pagan subscription box.

The Witch’in Way is a Canadian Pagan shop that offers subscription boxes among many other witchy delights. 399 more words


The Witch Way: Lughnasadh/Lammas & Path of Totality

I came across the astronomical term path of totality just before Lughnasadh when preparing for my ritual work, and the revelations have stuck with me throughout Lammas celebrations, meditations, and divination work. 341 more words

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