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Lughnasadh: The Fire Festival
August 1st
 
A festival of games and dance, Lughnasadh honors the Celtic hero Lugh also known as the Sun God . Lugh is the solar deity of the Irish Tuatha de Danaan, the Celtic Faeries. This is his festival day, and the first of the harvest festivals. Without Lugh (the Sun) shining on the fields, there would be no harvest and no food for one's family or community during the winter months.
As a holiday, Lughnasadh represents the time of honoring the summer and sun, giving thankfulness for the start of the harvest season and the bounty to be provided. These are the themes of preparation, getting ready for the waning year and end of cycle of life. And like the Mid-Summer Festival, it's also a time to honor and give thanks to the Faeries in your garden..

 
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