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The First Harvest
Lammas is a celebration honoring the first of the three main Harvests of the year. It is usually observed on the first day of August in the Northern Hemisphere. We celebrate the fruits of our labor that were sewn in the Spring. Preciously planted seeds do not have to be strictly associated with agricultural crops. Seeds can be a metaphor for the intentions you set earlier in the year. These crops and intentions are manifesting or showing signs of manifesting now.
The first harvest is also known as Lughnasadh, named after the Celtic Sun God Lugh (pronounced Loo). It.........Read More