Pagan Holidays

Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh – It’s Literally a Bread Holiday

And we say it Loo- Nah-Sa! Lughnasadh is a fire festival that celebrates the first harvest of the year. Traditionally celebrated on August 1st, it marks the halfway point between the Summer Solstice and the Fall Equinox. Some might recognize it by its other name “Lammas” which means loaf-mass. This translation is pretty appropriate considering

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Winter Solstice Celebrations

Winter Solstice Celebrations – The Beginning of Winter

Out of the Darkness and into the Light Many people across the globe participate in Yule or Winter Solstice celebrations. Personally I much prefer it to any other holidays during the season. It’s typically celebrated around December 21st each year, but you can double check your calendar for the exact date. The Winter Solstice is

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