Category Archives: Celtic Wheel of the Year

Winter Solstice – A Time of Hope

Have you ever wondered what an evergreen tree decorated with ornaments and lights, a jolly old man with a great beard and belly wearing a red suit, the exchanging of gifts, and gathering with family and friends over a grande fête have to do with the coming of winter?  Surprisingly there are many correlations between […]

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LughnasadhA Time to Celebrate Life SustainedTraditionally Celebrated on July 31Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-nash-ah) is the first of three Celtic harvest festivals, and honors the decent of the Sun God, Lugh, into the Underworld.Lughnasadh (the binding promise, or duty of Lugh) is celebrated from sunset July 31 through sunset August 1. Beginning on this day the sun’s […]

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