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Lammas is considered a time of thanksgiving, because is the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals, but not just for that we gave thanks for, is because at this time our ancestors become conscious of the sacrifice the Sun God is prepared to make.

Lughnasadh:  "#Lughnasadh (V.2)," by LilipilySpirit, at deviantART.

Lughnasadh original poster by L.Hennig & by LilipilySpirit

2015 moon calendar lunar calendar Pagan wall by ThisRosyLife

2015 moon calendar, lunar calendar, Pagan wall calendar, full and new moon phases 2015

Mystic Crystals

Nous avons oublié ce que les pierres, les plantes et les animaux savent toujours.

Invocation Water Poster

WATER INVOCATION Parchment Page for Book of Shadows! pagan wicca witch in Collectibles, Religion & Spirituality, Wicca & Paganism

Beltain Card by Samantha Symonds

✯ Beltain ✯ ☙ Celtic Wheel of the Year Sam Symonds illustrator - Card Shop, based in Norfolk ❧


Types Of Eclectic Collector Bedroom. One who originally brought the term eclectic was Johan Joachim Winckelmaan. The term eclectic is used for the wor.

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Lughnasadh Lammas: Harvest Celebration Ideas

Understand the meaning and true importance of Lughnasadh Lammas. Also find out a few ways to decorate and celebrate this beautiful, almost-forgotten first harvest holiday.

Moon Blessings to all my Pagan/ Wiccan sisters and brothers  Blessed Be Willa

Moon Blessings to all my Pagan/ Wiccan sisters and brothers Blessed Be Willa

Ostara’s themes are fertility and rebirth. Her symbols are eggs. The Teutonic Goddess Ostara presides over personal renewal, fertility and fruitfulness. Now that spring is here, it’s a good time to think about renewal in your own life. Ostara represents spring’s life force and earth’s renewal. Depicted as lovely as the season itself, in earlier writings She was also the Goddess of dawn, a time of new beginnings (spring being the figurative dawn of the year).

Gwen Davies - Welsh art - Pagan and New Age art - "Hare" - fine art Giclée print, 2013 Lunar calendar and jewellery available