Irish Symbolic Jewelry For Abundance And The Celtic Harvest Festival Lughnasa
Abundance And The Celtic Harvest Festival Lughnasa
The first Celtic harvest festival of the year is Lughnasa, named for God Lugh. The god of sun, light and harvests.
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Celebrate The God Lugh
In ancient Ireland, Lughnasa began as a four-week festival; the last two weeks in July and the first two weeks in August corresponding to when the sun is in Leo, the astrological sign ruled by the sun. Present day it begins August 1.
Lughnasa marks the end of summer and the beginning of the harvest season. A time to enjoy the bounty of the summer. The festival celebrates God Lugh and the grains he secured for the people of Ireland.
Celebrate your season of personal harvesting. Symbolic jewelry to assist you as you sow, wait and reap your harvest and to help keep out the weeds.
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In ancient Ireland, the Celtic people celebrated their major festivals with fire to honor their sun gods and goddesses and pay tribute to the importance of sun in their lives. The sun was considered to bring healing energy.
They had interesting traditions concerning fire. It was thought unlucky to put out a light while people were at the dinner table as this would mean there would be one less person at the table before year end.
It was also considered unlucky to carry fire out of the house of an ill person as it would remove the blessing from the house.
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There are four fire festivals celebrated during the celtic year. Imbolc in February, Beltane in May (Click Here To Read About My Beltane Jewelry), Lughnasa in August and Samhain in October.
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The God Lugh
Lugh is the most powerful of the Celtic gods.
He is the god of the sun, light, arts and craftsmanship. Worshiped as the sun god, he symbolizes enlightenment.
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Lugh’s Heritage – Sustaining
Lugh’s father’s people were the Tuatha De Danann and his mother’s people were the Fomorians.
The Tuatha De Danann were skilled in art, science, poetry and magic. The Fomorians were supernatural giants.
Lugh a combination of the two bloodlines was both a great warrior and skilled craftsman making many of the weapons he fought with.
The Tuatha De Danann were governed unfairly by the Fomorian king. Despite being half Fomorian, Lugh chose to fight on behalf of the Tuatha De Danann to help them defeat the Fomorians.
The Tuatha De Danann were victorious and Lugh spared the life of the Fomorian king on the condition he teach the Tuatha De Danann how to grow and harvest.
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The Symbol of Life and Energy
Spirals are the symbol of life and energy in Celtic culture and are associated with abundance and prosperity.
Let the symbols help with abundance in your life and cultivate what will sustain you.
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Welcome abundance into your life by aligning your thoughts, feelings and attitudes with the energy of abundance.
Abundance is on the inside. it is a feeling and you decide how to define it for yourself. The energy of abundance allows for joy, passion and happiness. Perhaps you have an abundance of friends, good health, creativity or peaceful moments.