Sunday, June 21, 2009

Summer Solstice 2009

The Summer Solstice is here. The longest day of the year marks the sun's highest point in the sky.
Also known as Litha or midsummer, the summer solstice is a time to celebrate the Goddess heavy with child, who is also the God, whom she will birth at Yule. It is a time when the Oak King is overcome by the Holly King and the days following become shorter as the year wanes.
This is a time to celebrate the bounty of abundance that surrounds us with flowers, fresh fruits, and bonfires. This is a wonderful day to make a gratitude list and to celebrate the accomplishments of the year. It is a time to let the concerns and worries of everyday life fall away as we enjoy the festivities of this magickal day.
Happy Solstice!


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