Symbols: Corn; Grains; Bread; Wheat
Colors: Red; Yellow; Gold; Green; Orange
Also known as: Lughnasadh; Lugh; Festival of
Green Corn; First Harvest; Ceresalia; Elembiuos;
Feast of Cardenas
Lammas, which falls on August 1st, is the time of the
first harvest. The plants of spring begin to wither
and drop their fruits or seeds. The God begins to
lose strength. The Goddess watches in sorrow as she
realizes that the God is dying. She is also joyful
because She knows that the God lives inside Her
child. Lammas is also the time for thanksgiving.
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