Is it Lammas or Lughnasadh?

How and Why Witches and Wiccans Honor the First Harvest Holiday

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On August 1st, many Witches and Wiccans across the Northern Hemisphere celebrated the first harvest sabbat of Lughnasadh (also known as Lammas.) The Southern Hemisphere celebrates the harvest holiday on February 1st according to the changing seasons from Summer to Autumn.

Which is it? Lammas or Lughnasadh?

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Ambrosia Hawthorn

Ambrosia Hawthorn

🌙 Ambrosia is a published author of The Spell Book for New Witches, the founder of Witchology Magazine, and witchcraft instructor at VeneficaCottage.com

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