Happy Solstice, Merry Litha !


Happy Litha Celebration!
Beginning of Summer, Summer Solstice - June 21

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Also known as Midsummer day - June 21, our beginning of summer - Refers to the period of time centered upon the summer solstice - the longest day-time hours of the year.
Litha celebrates the bounty of summer. The soft pastel hues of spring give way to the rich, vibrant colors of deep summer. It has been revered since ancient times. Although Litha, as well as Yule, are considered lesser sabbats on the Pagan Wheel of the Year, it is perhaps the most enthusiastically observed of all holidays.

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