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Celebrating Lammas: The First Harvest

This year, I was blessed to celebrate the energy of Lammas with my chalice circle ladies – it was lovely.

What is Lammas?
-Lammas, or Lughnassad, occurs in late July/early August. 901 more words

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Traditional Lughnasadh with a Modern Twist


As one of three annual harvest celebrations marked in the Witch’s sabbat cycle, Lughnasadh doesn’t seem like much of a stand-out. 1,459 more words

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Lughnasadh Greetings

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The Lughnasadh Sabbat is a time to celebrate the first of three harvest celebrations (Mabon and Samhain being the other two). It marks the middle of Summer represents the start of the harvest cycle and relies on the early crops of ripening grain, and also any fruits and vegetables that are ready to be harvested. 148 more words

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General properties of sardonyx: Protection, mental clarity, spiritual grounding, courage, luck, optimism, wisdom, friendships, marriage

Color: Sardonyx may contain bands of white, brown, reddish brown, red and black. 411 more words

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Rhiannon  “the Great Queen”  Queen of Manifestation

Rhiannon is the Queen of Manifestation. She represents the three cycles of womanhood, Maiden, Mother and Crone in various myths. 449 more words

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Lughnasadh Approaches

Can you feel it?

That change in the air,
subtle differences at twilight,
the wheel is turning.

Once more we approach Lughnasadh the beginning of the harvest. 87 more words



The basilisk is one the mythological beings associated with Lammas.  Depending on which account of the basilisk you credit, this mythological beings size ranges from over 100ft long in Harry Potter, to not more than 3ft in length according to Pliny the Elder of ancient Rome.  506 more words

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