Blessed Lughnasadh to all who follow the Celtic path


Lughnasadh is a time to celebrate first-harvest, and for the Celts, the end of summer. Not so much on the end of summer here in Southeast Texas, I’m sorry to say. I think I will try my hand at a version of beer-bread for the holiday!

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Well educated woman, transgender / transsexual, lesbian, Reiki practitioner, LGBT activist, polyamorous, and eclectic Pagan.
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2 Responses to Blessed Lughnasadh to all who follow the Celtic path

  1. Timothy McColl Hawkins says:

    Blessed Lughnasadh is a great day for feasting indeed. We modern day Celts would do well to remember our ancestors and at least think about what Lughnasadh meant to those ancestors a thousand years ago. Even in western Oklahoma I see the apples ready for harvest and the grain(wheat) harvested. Why we even have mead ready to celebrate!

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