S3 E10: Ultimate Guide to Lammas

In this episode, we are talking all about the meaning of Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh! Lammas actually just means loaf mass and Lughnasadh is named for the Welsh god Lugh.
Lammas is the first harvest festival and occurs on August 1st each year in the northern hemisphere, marking the halfway point between the summer solstice and the autumn equinox. (In the southern hemisphere, it occurs on February 1 each year.) It celebrates the grain harvest and first fruits and veggies of the year. It is also a harbinger that we are over halfway through summer and fall is on its way. It’s traditionally celebrated by baking bread from wheat or corn, but there are many ways to celebrate this sacred day of abundance.
Lammas occurs when the sun is in Leo each year. It also occurs within a few weeks of the new moon in Leo and the full moon in Aquarius, activating this axis of individuality within the collective and of how our creativity serves the greater good.
At the opposite end of the year, the festival of Imbolc occurs during Aquarius season. In the southern hemisphere, these are reversed, but Lammas and Imbolc always activate this Leo-Aquarius axis.
Listen to learn all about the history, themes and symbolism, and astrology of this festival and how to celebrate Lammas. I’m also talking about how to manifest at this time in your own real, modern life.
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S3 E10: Ultimate Guide to Lammas

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