LUGHNASADH ~ From Scott Cunningham's, "Wicca A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner", 2005, p. 70
"Lughnasadh (August 1) is the time of the first harvest, when the plants of spring wither and drop their fruits or seeds for our use as well as to ensure future crops. Mystically, so too does the God lose his strength as the sun rises farther in the south each day and the nights grow longer. The Goddess watches in sorrow and joy as she realizes that the God is dying, and yet lives on inside her as her child.
Lughnasadh, also known as August Eve, Feast of Bread, Harvest Home, and Lammas, wasn't necessarily observed on this day. It originally coincided with the first reapings.
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