Turn the Wheel of the Year

CelebrateĀ Lughnasa

In the Northern hemisphere, the Harvest is about to begin. The Witchy celebrationĀ Lughnasa honors the First Fruits brought in from garden, field & tree. How will you tap into the season of gratitude?Ā 

Join the FREE Lughnasa Celebration

Ā Sunday, July 28, 2024

@ 7 p.m. EasternĀ U.S.









What is Lughnasa?

Lughnasa, celebrated on Aug. 1, marks the first grain harvest of the year on the Celtic calendarĀ & the start of autumn's bounty. Historically, communities baked the first bread from the new crop and offered it in thanks for the Earth's abundance. Also known as Lughnasadh, after the Celtic god Lugh, this festival featured rituals to bless the harvest and ensure future prosperity. It was a time of feasting, games, and community gatherings.

In other parts of the world, similar first fruits harvest celebrations take place. In West Africa, the Yam Festival is a major event, honoring the yam harvest with feasting, dancingĀ & rituals. In Jewish tradition, Shavuot celebrates the wheat harvest and the giving of the Torah, marked by feasts and dairy foods. Native American tribes also hold Green Corn festivals, celebrating the ripening of the corn with dances, feasts & community activities.

These festivals highlight our global connection to the land and the importance of gratitudeĀ & community in celebrating Nature's bounty. Are you ready to embrace the harvestĀ & celebrate abundance?

Honor your Inner Witch.

Join Donna Woodwell, the witchy headmistress of the School of Magic & Mastery, for a special 60-minute gathering, featuring everything you need to celebrate the Turning of the WheelĀ in style.

Bring yourself, comfy clothes, and your positive spirit. If you canā€™t make the live session,Ā a replay link is emailed to those who've signed up before the countdown ends.

What's included in the Celebration?

Catch a glimpse of the cosmic blueprint for the next three months

Join a guided meditation toĀ tune into the essence of the season

Gather spells & ritualsĀ to help you align with Nature's rhythms

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