Every holiday has a supernatural leader whether that be a physical being on Earth or a higher dimensional entity. The American holiday of Labor Day and many other worker-related holidays around the world are under the command of the Greek God Hephaestus. Although he doesn’t tread upon the other labor deities within allied pantheons. He is the son of Zeus and Hera who became the patron Lord of blacksmiths, carpenters, craftsmen, artisans, sculptors, and other skillful workers. This fits with his profile of being the Blacksmith of his Olympian Pantheon who forged an armada of metaphysical weapons to defend his Gods and Goddesses from rival deities.
The Labor Day Spirit
On Labor Day Hephaestus marshals the Holidays Spirit in celebration of hard work and a much-deserved break from said work. These celebrations often include the quintessential Labor Day picnic and parade that heralds the last days of Summer. This generates a metaphysical energy field in the human collective consciousness that is harvested to further power the Gods and Goddesses. Its enchanted energy is also shared as a reward for admirable hard-working humans. These are people who seem to tirelessly work hard for decades well into old age with no thought of retirement. There are also the Practitioners Of Magic who may call upon the Labor Day Spirit or Hephaestus directly for paranormal power in the fight against the forces of lazy darkness! Those who actually worship Hephaestus gain extra strength and motivation to do more work well into their later years. By extension, they gain satisfactory wealth. Read More…⚒️