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Lugnasad:  Lammas Bounty.

Lughnasadh to Mabon The great Sabbat of Lughnasadh (a name derived from a Celtic God), or Lammas, commemorates the reaping of the first fruits of the year’s harvest, and also honors the willi…

Lady Harvest:  First Fruits Festival, first full moon in August

Lammas, Have a happy Lammas everyone, blessings love and light xx

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Lammas: "Sailing on Her Harvest Ocean." - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Lughnasadh pronounce Loo-na-sa,  marked the beginning of the harvest season. The harvest of the first fruits of the land.  A festival celebrated on August 1st, some celebrated July 31st.

Lughnasadh pronounce Loo-na-sa, marked the beginning of the harvest season. The harvest of the first fruits of the land. A festival celebrated on August some celebrated July

WAKAMI · la rueda del tiempo: EL INICIO DEL OTOÑO - Lughnasadh, Lammas, Lá Lúnasa, la primera cocecha - norte: 1 de agosto / sur: 2 de febrero

Retail business selling sculptures, plaques, jewellery and other items using symbols of the goddess and the green man

Lammas Bread Blessing Bless the earth that grows the grain, Bless the water that gives us rain, Bless the wind that helps seed spread, Bless the fire that bakes our bread. – Words by Diane Baker, music by Anne Hill, Serpentine Music Lughnassadh (pronounced “LOO-nahs-ah”) or the Anglo-Saxon “Lammas,” is one of the Greater Sabbats …

Lammas is considered a time of thanksgiving, because is the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals, but not just for that we gave thanks for, is because at this time our ancestors become conscious of the sacrifice the Sun God is prepared to make.

Mabon: Celebrating the Autumn Equinox

Wiccan Wheel of the Year: What is Mabon?

Mabon: Celebrating the Autumn Equinox by Kristin Madden.

Lammas - 1st August - Grain Mother Ker spreads Her Golden cloak across the land. She brings the bountiful abundance of the harvest. A time of gratitude for all that we have.

Goddess Festival Card - Lammas Lammas - August - Grain Mother Ker spreads Her Golden cloak across the land. She brings the bountiful abundance of the harvest. A time of gratitude for all that we have.

Sarah White

Fodla Celtic (Irish)Third of the trinity of goddesses of Ireland along with Babd and Eriu.

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