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Celtic Reaping Blessing
Posted:  August 02, 2011    By:  
After the symbolic acts of reaping that took place at Lammas, people watched their fields for signs that the entire crop was ready for harvest. In Scotland, the harvest ritual was performed by a male... Read more
Corn Dollies for Spellcraft
Posted:  August 01, 2010    By:  S. Y. Zenith
Lammas
Corn on the cob can be offered at the altar to the Corn Mother for fertility and nourishment. With cornhusks and wheat straws, corn dollies can be made for employing in spellcraft when... Read more
First Garden Harvest
Posted:  August 01, 2013    By:  Emyme
Lammas: the first of the three harvest sabbats. Offer blessings to Lugh and collect petals from the flowers in your yard and garden for drying. No doubt you have planted flowers that have special... Read more
First Harvest
Posted:  August 01, 2012    By:  Mickie Mueller
Today is Lammas/Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-na-sa), the first harvest and a day honoring Celtic Sun god Lugh. It's a time to be grateful for what you have and for your opportunities. In modern... Read more
Giving-to-Receive Spell
Posted:  August 01, 2002    By:  Edain McCoy
Lammas is the first harvest festival and a traditional time to offer thanks to the deities for their gift of abundance. It is by giving that we receive, so this is both a ritual of thanks and a spell... Read more
Grape Harvest Spell
Posted:  October 06, 2004    By:  Cerridwen Iris Shea
Color of the day: Yellow
Incense of the day: Eucalyptus

The harvest begun at Lammas continues through Samhain. Today is a day to celebrate the grape harvest. You don’t need to get drunk and turn... Read more
Green Corn Ceremony
Posted:  July 27, 2013    By:  
This Native American ceremony, held during the time of the Big Ripening Moon in late July/August, is a time of forgiveness and renewal, to awaken a sense of the sacredness of life. The Green Corn... Read more
Harvest Blessings
Posted:  August 06, 2013    By:  
Many Pagans observe the four major cross-quarter festivals over an extended period of time, to correspond with the astrological activity taking place. This new moon is perfectly positioned for the... Read more
Honoring Lugh
Posted:  July 31, 2007    By:  Sharynne NicMhacha
Color of the day: Red
Incense of the day: Lavender

The evening of July 31 is the beginning of the Celtic holiday known as Lughnasadh (the Feast of the God Lugh). In Christian times, it was called... Read more
Lammas Bounty Spell
Posted:  August 01, 2003    By:  Abby Willowroot
ammas is also called Lughnasadh; it is a celebration of plenty and optimism, and of nature’s infinite bounty. It is the time of the first harvests, and it marks midsummer’s joyous and fanciful... Read more


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