Litha - Summer Solstice Celebration
Litha arrives at the Summer Solstice - the longest day of the year bringing an abundance of warmth, joy, and earthy energy into our worlds.
During the Summer Solstice, the Sun is at its highest point before beginning to slide into darkness. On the Wheel of the Year Litha lies directly across from Yule, the shortest day of the year. It is also known as Midsummer according to the old folklore calendar where summer begins on May 1st and ends on August 1st.
It's a time to celebrate the ending of the waxing year and the beginning of the waning year in preparation for the harvest to come.
At Litha, the veils between the world's are thin; the portals between the fields we know and the world's beyond stand open.
It is peak time to grow.