Lughnasadh- August 1, 2021

Lughnasadh, Magick, Pagan, Rituals, Summer Equinox, Summer solstice, Wheel of the Year -

Lughnasadh- August 1, 2021

Lughnasadh, or Lammas is the midpoint between Litha and Mabon on the Wheel of the Year.

Here are some quick attributes/correspondences for Lughnasadh:

  • Marks the beginning of the harvest season, especially grain.
  • Many celebrate by baking bread and cakes
  • Lughnasadh is named after the Sun God, Lugh.
  • Also known as Lammas which comes from the old English term “Loaf mass”.
  • Hot, fiery days even though they are slowly getting darker.
  • About halfway between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox.
  • Embrace the Sun’s energy and what you can bring to fruition.

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