Lammas (Lughnasadh), August 1
- Lammas Cooking (9)
- Lammas Crafts (11)
- Lammas Folklore (10)
- Lammas Prayers (4)
- Lammas Rites & Rituals (9)
- Lammas/Lughnasadh Magic (6)
All About Lammas (Lughnasadh)
Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, falls at the beginning of the harvest season. Apples are ready and grain is beginning to ripen. It's also a day for honoring Lugh, the Celtic craftsman god. Learn about traditions and rituals for celebrating this early harvest holiday.
Lammas History: Welcoming the Harvest
Ever wonder why Lammas is such a big deal in some Pagan traditions? Learn about the history of Lammas and how harvest festivals have been documented back thousands of years. A time of grain and fruit, Lammas (also called Lughnasadh) is the first of three Pagan harvest celebrations. In some traditions, it's the day to honor Lugh, the Celtic craftsman god.
Honoring Lugh of the Many Skills
August 1 is known in many Pagan traditions as Lammas, and is a celebration of the early harvest. However, in some paths, it's a day to honor Lugh, the Celtic god of craftsmanship. Celebrate your own talents and skills on Lughnasadh by honoring Lugh with a rite that can be held for a group or a solitary practitioner.