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Lammas - Lughnasadh.  (Ask not what Lugh can do for you, ask what you can to for Lugh!).  Heh.

Lammas - Lughnasadh. (Ask not what Lugh can do for you, ask what you can to for Lugh!). Heh.

In Irish mythology, god of light, sorcery, and the crafts, and a leading champion in hero-tales, described as possessor of all arts and skills. A prophesied child, Lugh succeeded Nuadha of the Silver Hand as king of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and led them at the second second Battle of Muighe Tuireadh (Moytirra) against the Fomorians, killing the tyrant Balar, whose blazing eye destroyed all on which it looked. He is the divine father of the hero Cuchulain. His feast, Lughnasadh, a harvest…

In Irish mythology, god of light, sorcery, and the crafts, and a leading champion in hero-tales, described as possessor of all arts and skills. A prophesied child, Lugh succeeded Nuadha of the Silver Hand as king of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and led them at the second second Battle of Muighe Tuireadh (Moytirra) against the Fomorians, killing the tyrant Balar, whose blazing eye destroyed all on which it looked. He is the divine father of the hero Cuchulain. His feast, Lughnasadh, a harvest…

Summer is high and much harvesting has been happening, berries and corn, peaches and sweet nectarines and on and on….

Summer is high and much harvesting has been happening, berries and corn, peaches and sweet nectarines and on and on….

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