Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice


Also known as Litha or Midsommer, the Summer Solstice is the point at which daylight extends. Typically June 21.

It is one of the 8 Sabbats (sun celebrations) and is typically celebrated over the course of three days.

Known as a time to commune with the supernatural, it is also a time to celebrate fertility and blessings for marriages. So now you understand why wedding season occurs highly in June. Pagan rooted beliefs.

At this time, the battle between light and dark for power is won by the Oak King who rules daylight. We are asked to celebrate Venus, Kali, and Ra. Bonfires are lit to represent good fortune. Crowns of flowers are worn to adorn the body for purification and growth and Love.

Summer Solstice ushers in a time of expansion. There is more light so you have the ability to see more clearly. How will your life change for the better with knowledge? How are you harvesting seeds you planted?



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