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The Wheel of the Year: Lammas or Lughnasadh #wiccanspells Lammas Correspondences to celebrate the first of the Fall Harvest Festivals

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Teltown, Donaghpatrick, Co.Meath

Teltown – Tailteann- Site of the August Oenach, aka Lughnasadh assembly, where games, meetings and marriages took place. Place where the Tuatha de Danann lost a battle with the Milesians and they were forced underground. According to the Senchas na Relec in Lebor na Huidhre it was one of the chieftain burial places. Three marvels: Headless man, 7 year old father and son small enough to sit on a finger, ships in sky

The waning light of the Sun in the Wheel of the Year stands in the South, moving towards the deepest darkness of the North. Yet gardens are in full blossom and heavy with nature's bounty. Preparations begin for the long cold months to come and there is already a nip in the air.  Harvest Moon hangs low in the sky, lighting our path across land and water.  This feast is know by many names to many people, for the truth is reflected from many mirrors. Lammas to the Anglo-Saxon Germanic tribes… Germanic Tribes, Harvest Moon, Anglo Saxon, Community Events, Darkness, Mirrors, Gardens, Names, Cold

Lughnasadh

The waning light of the Sun in the Wheel of the Year stands in the South, moving towards the deepest darkness of the North. Yet gardens are in full blossom and heavy with nature's bounty. Preparations begin for the long cold months to come and there is already a nip in the air. Harvest Moon hangs low in the sky, lighting our path across land and water. This feast is know by many names to many people, for the truth is reflected from many mirrors. Lammas to the Anglo-Saxon Germanic tribes…

Lughnassadh Lore Researched and Compiled by StormWing, Copyright © 1996 - 2006 Lughnassadh (pronounced "LOO-nahs-ah") or Lammas, is one of the Greater Wiccan Sabbats and is usually celebrated on. Witch History, Harvest Season, Sabbats, Harvest Moon, Magick, Witchcraft, Pagan, Wicca, Seeds

Lughnasadh

The waning light of the Sun in the Wheel of the Year stands in the South, moving towards the deepest darkness of the North. Yet gardens are in full blossom and heavy with nature's bounty. Preparations begin for the long cold months to come and there is already a nip in the air. Harvest Moon hangs low in the sky, lighting our path across land and water.