Happy Lammas 2016 – here’s the post I made last year.
Lammas occurs on the first or second of August – the second, this year. It is also celebrated as Lughnasadh. It is believed that Lammas comes from the Saxon phrase hlaf maesse, or “loaf mass.”
Lammas is primarily a wheat harvest. It is a cross quarter day, falling between the midsummer solstice of Litha and the autumnal equinox of Mabon.
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