Summer’s Halfway Over, Time for Lammas

Traditionally Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh, is a festival that marks the first harvest of the year. Corn, grain, and apples are all fully grown and, as is typical with Pagan celebrations, this is a holiday to be thankful for all that you have and all that will come to you.

No holiday is complete without an altar, for this occasion use carnelian, cat’s eye, or citrine stones. Add sandalwood or rose incense, as well as any fruits or flowers of your choosing – there’s a ton to choose from this time of year! As wheat is one of the crops, this is the time to make a loaf of bread and eat your weight in berries. Finally, to see summer off in its final month, a spell to cast on Lammas Eve.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of your summer. Bye!

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