Wednesday, 1 August 2012


Today, 1st of August marks one of the Celtic/pagan cross quarter festivals known as Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-Nass-ah) or Lammas. This is a harvest festival and a time when our ancestors who lived more closely to the land would reap what had been sown in the golden corn fields.
Lughnasadh is a wonderful time to look back and review what has accumulated in the last months.
To find out more about the traditions of this havest festival take a look at the Stonewylde website;

I leave you with a piece of music by Damh the Bard called Lughnasadh 

Blessings to you on this Lughnasadh.

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