Lammas Protection Spell

LAMMAS BREAD PROTECTION SPELL A book of Anglo-Saxon charms advised the crumbling of the Lammas loaf into four pieces and the burying of them in the four corners of the barn to make it safe for all the grain that would be stored there. You can use this old spellcraft in a protection spell for … Continue reading Lammas Protection Spell

Moody Moons Handmade Gets Ready for Lammas — Moody Moons

As the fields of wheat reflect the last of the summer light, the first harvest festival nears. In honor of the sacred season of Lammas, Moody Moons Handmade is debuting 5 new items this month. Take a look and be inspired. From brand new essential oil blends to hand-picked vintage chalices, now is the season… via … Continue reading Moody Moons Handmade Gets Ready for Lammas — Moody Moons

Perception and Prespective — Good Witches Homestead

In the Celtic tradition, August 1st in the northern hemisphere is celebrated as the festival of Lammas, a day of thanksgiving for the beginning of the harvest season. In a normal summer this timing would be about right, however this year, everywhere around, the harvest has been gathered in, some of it even before the […] … Continue reading Perception and Prespective — Good Witches Homestead

Lammas: Bun in the Oven —

What is Lammas? During August, the grain- the staff of life grows ready to harvest. The great goddess appears with her sickle. Her womb produces berries, fruits, grains, and the most potent herbs. Her companion the Sun God, no longer shows his gentle brightly radiating figure, he is now fiery, burns hotly, and is drying. … Continue reading Lammas: Bun in the Oven —

Lammas Bread: Celebrating the First Harvest

Lammas Bread Ingredients: 2 cups whole wheat flour 2 cups bread flour, plus more if needed 1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds 2 tablespoons active dry yeast 2 1/2 teaspoons salt 2 cups milk, scalded 3 tablespoons smooth peanut butter 3 tablespoons honey Instructions: Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add the peanut … Continue reading Lammas Bread: Celebrating the First Harvest