An Appreciation

It's Summer's End weekend—or Lammas, or Lughansadh, if you prefer—and we are busily baking bread and baking in our sweltering home. I've written before about what this Sabbath means to me, but I'm putting together the final lesson of Atheopaganism U., and I have many feelings now that I thought I'd capture while they're fresh. …

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Summer’s End, New Beginnings

The "cross-quarter" Sabbath between Midsummer (the solstice) and Harvest (the autumnal equinox) is a bit of a stepchild Sabbath for many Pagans. This is High Vacation Season, and many are off on adventures or otherwise occupied with the social season of summer. Not only that, but it marks the beginning of the autumn season, and …

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