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LUGHNASADH

ughnasadh, also known as Lammas, marks the mid-point between summer and autumn and is the first of three harvest festival in the Pagan year. Falling around the beginning of August (or February in the southern hemisphere) it coincides with the first fruits of the harvest being brought in. In

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