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Summer Solstice—longest day of the year—Midsummer’s Day—is today, June21st.

Pagans call today Litha, Anglo-Saxon term meaning gentle month. The Sun god or the horned god preside together with a fertility goddess, Cernunnos and Diana, for example. Today an Oak King will be crowned, representing the Sun God. And bonfires, mead, honey cakes.

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Litha is the Pagan/Wicca celebration of Midsummer. Bonfires representing the sun’s strength are celebrated this day. The Sun God/Green Man/Lugh are some gods—some goddesses such as Innana/Epona/Sunna. Celebrate with reverence and enjoy.

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Today, June 21, 2019 is the longest day of the year. It is also known as Midsummer or Litha, the Anglo-Saxon term for June. Dancing and flowers often accompany this day. Enjoy!

Be very careful—if the wee folk catch you dancing after the sun finally goes down, woe upon you. I have warned you! Your fate is out of my hands.

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