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Lughnasadh Ritual

First Metaphysical Church
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Lughnasadh, or Lammas is celebrated on August 1, and is the first harvest observed among pagans. Freshly baked bread from the first wheat harvest is traditionally food marking this festival. First harvest celebrations are common in many cultures earth wide. It is a time to give thanks to Mother Earth for her bounty and blessings. Lughnasadh is named for the Irish god, Lugh, a solar deity. He is also the god of crafts and skill so Lughnasadh is, in essence a celebration honoring the harmony required between deities and humans for a fruitful life.