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Lammas/Lughnasadh Sabbat Correspondences. MY Opalraines Production. words of several sources. Will be making same for other Sabbats..

MY Opalraines Production. words of several sources. Will be making same for other Sabbats.

chronarchy: “ From The Magical Druid, things for people to do to celebrate Lughnasadh even if they don’t have a local group to work with on the night. ”

Ideas for celebrating Lughnasadh / Lammas Wiccan Holiday, Wheel of the Year

10 Ways to Celebrate Lammas or Lughnasad

10 Ways to Celebrate Lammas

Spread found on Pinterest. Discover more about #tarot here: http://www.TarotAcademy.org  Lammas Spread

Lammas

Celebrating Lammas ( Lughnasadh )

Celebrating Lammas: threshold, aka threshing the household, carry bride over threshold . August, height of summer.

Witchy Words: August Eve / Lammas / Lughnasadh Altar 2014

Witchy Words: August Eve / Lammas / Lughnasadh Altar 2014 - Pinned by The…

I made you guys a fun infographic with 5 easy decorating ideas for Lammas!

5 easy decorating ideas for Lammas( Lughnasadh ), fun infographic about Lammas ritual, Lammas festival, Lammas day, Lughnasadh Wicca!

How to make a corn dolly. Note: Wet the corn husks first so they don't break. Warm water until pliable. I usually use red yarn to tie things, but you can use corn husks too! :)

Making A Corn Husk Doll. Corn husk dolls have been around for centuries. Early arrivals to the United States admired the beautiful, simplistic dolls that Native American children made from corn and fashioned to resemble members of their tribe.

Lammas - 1st August  Literally translated means 'loaf mass day' and celebrates harvesting of the first grains. Couples were encouraged to steal into the woods and procreate ;) Corn dollies were made to symbolise the goddess of the grain to ensure a good harvest the next year. Make plaited bread to remind you not to take food for granted. Before each meal on the 1st say 'I bless this food and I'm grateful for all the good things the Earth brings to my table'

The Top Pagan Festivals - The Big 8 Holidays

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