Blessings of the First Harvest

As Lugh pledged to honour his foster-mother, Tailtu with games in her honour every year, what pledge will you make to the land? Let this vow strengthen your resolve through the cycles of the seasons. Lammas/Lughnasadh blessings to you all. x

Lughnasadh

4 thoughts on “Blessings of the First Harvest

  1. My small pledge to the land is to leave a patch of my garden wild, nettles and brambles and all! Provide a home for the beasties in the midst of a typical trimmed-lawn suburban neighbourhood.

  2. Hello Joanna. First of all, beautiful blog, and thanks for sharing it all.
    I was wondering if it would be possible to get your permission to use the above Lughnasadh picture on my Coven’s public Page, only as the Event banner for our upcoming Lughnasadh. Of course, should you approve, we would give all credit and link back to you there and give public thanks. Same for the fabulous artist of the picture you used.

    I am the Priestess for this Sabbat, and my Priest and I have decided to recreate as well as possible the Tailteann Games / Áenach Tailteann, complete with the three sections of honouring the dead, Law / marriage ceremony for one of our couples, as well as games.

    Your picture is perfect, as it encompasses all the above in one single frame, and has a lovely and concise explanation.

    I absolutely understand if you do not wish us to use it, and will abide by your wishes.

    Thanks for your time, and consideration.

    Also, here is a link to our FB Page, should it help you decide either way.

    https://www.facebook.com/ChaliceHart/

    ~Ceinan

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