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

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. Would you like to know what is ahead for you for...

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The Summer Solstice, or Midsummer, is a time for recreation, outdoors, fun, and adventure. Astrologically, the Sun is the ruler of Leo, and is connected with the 5th zodiacal house. This is a time to soak up the Sun’s rays, feel invigorated, and re-energized.  The energy is fresh and light-hearted. Some activities include making sun-catchers, sun crowns, and sun tea. This will be the day where you can enjoy Sunlight for the longest amount of time. In just a couple of days, we will be entering the caring and nurturing season of Cancer. With its gentle energy, Cancer season helps...

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