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Litha Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice, Litha, Mid Summer or St. John's Day is June 21 or 22. This festival is the celebration of the first day of summer, the longest day of the year. Since the Sun reaches its peak strength on this day, the God takes His place as Father Sun. The Goddess, in turn, becomes Mother Earth. And it's in these guises that both work long and hard to keep the Earth green, lush, and bountiful. Since Midsummer is the celebration of Summer Solstice-the first day of summer-festival, the dates vary year to year. This is from Dorothy Morrison's book "The Craft"

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Litha, Summer Solstice Herbal Lore by Raven and Crone Topic: Litha Summer Solstice
Litha, Summer Solstice Herbal Lore
Published: Monday 02 June, 2008
Litha, Summer Solstice Incense and Oil Recipes by Raven and Crone Topic: Litha Summer Solstice
Incense Recipes and oil Recipes to compliment your Mid summer rituals
Published: Monday 02 June, 2008
Litha, Summer Solstice Rituals, Activities and Lore by Raven and Crone Topic: Litha Summer Solstice
Litha, Summer Solstice Rituals, Activities and Lore
Published: Monday 02 June, 2008
Litha, Summer Solstice Food Recipes by Raven and Crone Topic: Litha Summer Solstice
Litha and Summer Solstice Recipes and Foods
Published: Saturday 31 May, 2008
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