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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Litha/Summer Solstice

Litha is the Sabbatt that is celebrated at the Summer Solstice. The Goddess is in her full pregancy ready to give birth to the God. It is the longest day of the year and it's about celebrating the power of the Sun. The crops are growing heartily and the earth is warm and inviting. It's a time to spend long sunny afternoons enjoying the outdoors and getting back to nature.

I've created my Litha altar with reverence for the God and Goddess, but also with fun and frivolity in mind. Midsummer is a time to let your hair down, swim skyclad (if you're so inclined) and just enjoy 'being'.

Do you see the purple orb in the top right hand corner? Magick at work!

If you're looking for a ritual to celebrate Litha, I've added one to my 'Sabbatts and Esbats Ritual Pages'. It's a simple ritual that can be done in the great outdoors, but one that can also be done inside if required.

Wishing you a Blessed and Happy Litha!

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6 comments:

Dark Mother said...

What a gorgeous Altar!

~*Gumbo Soul*~ said...

I always just LOVE your altars. They are so elegant and beautiful. Do you mind if I ask what you are using as an altar? It looks kind of like a dresser or a hutch? Anyway, I just love the way you decorate it for each Sabbat.

Kim said...

Double WOW!! This is soooo beautiful! Each element is lovely on its own, as well as in the grouping. You do fabulous work....

Terri said...

Your altar is so vibrant and alive! It really does celebrate the fullness of summer! Thank you so very much for sharing with us.
Hugs,
Terri

Dreaming of Jeanie said...

I agree with everyone else...amazing!!!

Love of the Goddess said...

So incredibly beautiful, words cannot describe! I just love your altars. Very inspirational! Wishing you many Litha blessings, and a prosperous Summer season! )O(