The first Harvest Festival of the year!
Lammas aka Lughnasadh is a very blessed time of year and while it may be a lesser-known Sabbat, its energy is no less compelling than other seasonal holidays. In the Northern Hemisphere, it marks the halfway point between the Summer Solstice and the Autumn Equinox and is the first of three harvest festivals, followed by Mabon (Sept. 21) and Samhain (Oct 31).
It is a celebration of light and gratitude; a time to give thanks for all the bounty that has ripened under the summer sun. Here, we pause to honor and absorb Summer's radiant energy and store it up, as we begin preparations for autumn and the transition into the darker and contemplative months of winter.
We hope that these Lammas rituals and sacred offerings, support YOU as the bounty of the Sun begins to wane and help guide you on the transitional journey to darkening days and Autumn magik!