Litha – The Pagan Meaning of the Longest Day of the Year

The Summer Solstice is almost here—time to get naked and light a big fire. Summer and the Summer Solstice are finally here! If you live in the Pacific Northwest, I’ll forgive you if you don’t believe me. We had a Winter that seemed to drag on forever this year, followed by two false Springs (for … Read more

Litha – A Six Week Guide to the Summer Solstice Available Now!

In this six week guide, we will explore Litha the Witch’s Sabbat celebrating the Summer Solstice.
But the work doesn’t stop after one night. In this six week guide, we will look at the major Witch’s…

Next Wheel of the Year Class – Litha – MidSummer – June 13, 7pm

Get tickets now! Currently falling somewhere between June 18th and June 22nd each year, Litha opens the gates to the fiery season of Summer. It marks the death of The Oak King and the rise of The Holly King, and a deep shift in the forms of energy we are working with, moving away from the experimental vibes of Spring and becoming more committed to our goals.

Harvesting Lughnasadh Symbols In The Tarot

Working with Strength and The Sun cards to grasp the energy of this Witch Holy Day. August 2nd marks the Pagan holiday and season of Lughnasadh, also named Lammas. During this season we will work with issues around Power, Leadership, Winning vs. Losing, Natural Talents vs. Learned Skills, and Adepthood. We are watching the Sun … Read more

The Thrust of Summer

Here in the Pacific Northwest, finding a moment to revel in the baking heat of the season can seem almost impossible. We may have brief interludes of warmth, but they are couched in between weeks of rain or at least overcast skies. But when those golden moments do shine through, our bodies soften, our hearts … Read more

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