This ritual drama of Lamasu (Lammas), traditionally August 1, the festival of “first harvest” in the Celtic agricultural year, was directed by the priestess Veronica Cummer, author of Sorgitzak and other books. The primary ritual characters are The Dark Lady, the Green Lady, the White (Bone) Lady as aspects of the Goddess, and the “chosen one”– the King/Kinning– who is ritually “sacrificed” as the harvest represents a sacrifice that feeds the people. A “Kinning” can be any sex and is here embodied by a woman.