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August Birthstone: Peridot

If you are haunted by vague terrors in the night—those meandering demons, night hags and phantoms that wander bedside between the arsenic hours of two and four, when sleep is as illusive as hems from the moon's yellow skirt—peridot might be just the gem for you. The sixteenth century writer, Marbod, suggests you string it on a piece of hair from an ass (a donkey, not your lover's) and attach it securely to your left arm .   Read more > or view our Peridot Collection



Hazel: Celtic Tree Zodiac for August

Hazel, the Celtic Zodiac Tree from Aug 5 to Sept 1, is tied to inspiration and wisdom. How can we begin to understand this time of year as the ancient tribal people of Europe once did? We can begin by looking around at what is taking place in the yearly cycle. August is the time when the summer ripens and mellows. The pumpkins are green, their orbs increasing in size by the day. Occasionally, a hint of autumn drifts through the air.    Read more >


Lughnasadh: Honoring the Harvest

In Celtic culture, August 1st is known as Lughnasadh (or Lughnasa)—a celebration of the Celtic god Crom Dubh. He is the god who has generated a treasure of crops, including Eithne, a woman symbolizing grains. Crom Dubh is, from a symbolic perspective, the force of nature in the Earth itself that supports vegetative growth. Lugh, another god, must seize the harvest for the human community and fight to prevent blight.    Read more >


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