لاماس فیسٹیول 2022

'History, Significance, Celebration and More

Even though the soil is largely dull and dehydrated at Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh, we nevertheless know that the vibrant red ones and yellow and blue of the harvesting season it’s just around the doorway.

The warm days of August are almost here. Our summer veggies have been harvested, and the maize is tall and colored, having to wait for us to arrive and assemble the reward of the farmlands. Apples are starting to mature in the trees. 

The first yields of wheat, maize, barley, and other crops can now be gathered up as we start to reap what we have sowed.

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Lammas (Lughnasadh), which is associated with Lugh, the skillful deity, is indeed a time to honor abilities and workmanship. It’s customary for talented craftsmen to sell their items during craft gatherings around this time of year.

 Guilds in medieval Europe planned for their participants to erect stalls around a town green, adorned with vibrant streamers and autumnal hues.

This may be the reason why the start of so many contemporary Renaissance Celebrations occurs at this period of the year. In some cultures, Lugh is also revered as the god of wizardry and minstrels.

A terrific moment of the year to concentrate on developing your skills is right now. Develop new skills or hone an existing ones.

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