Litha Livestream: A Six Week Guide to Midsummer

Summer Solstice

Litha celebrates the high point of the Sun’s journey. For folks in the Northern Hemisphere, we see this in long days filled with heat and light. And short nights, filled with heat and stars. For some Witches, Pagans, and Heathens, the death of the Oak King, and the rise of the Holly King.

Currently, Litha falls somewhere between June 18th and June 22nd each year. And so this Quarter Day marks the official end of Spring and start of Summer in the Northern Hemisphere.

What is it to work through the energy of Gemini, The Divine Twins and Cancer, the Universal Womb? First, we’ll come into alignment with these archetypes by studying the astronomy and the astrology of the times. And then we will welcome the Sun into our lives by embracing our ability to radiate our personal power.

Immerse yourself in the ancient global folklore, symbols, and rituals of this Solar festival. Learn to acknowledge the high point of the Sun’s Arc across the sky. And discover how you can evoke this power in your own life and world.
But the work doesn’t stop after one night. With this intention in mind, we will look at the major Witch’s Work for the season: Power, Transformation, Healing and Fertility and what that means for Pagans and their communities using rituals, spellcrafting, meditations and journaling.

Join us for the Litha Livestream!

Grab a friend, a journal, art supplies, as well as make a pot of tea and a snack, and settle in. I also encourage folks to create sacred space for themselves by lighting a candle and/or some incense. You might also include magical tools like Tarot and your natal chart.

Folks who would really like to dig in can subscribe to my Patreon at the Venus level or higher get access to a weekly podcast to guide your work with The Wheel along with a 20 page workbook and 7-8 week calendar, and tons more. So many juicy, crunchy, and sparkly thank you’s to my Patrons who make this possible!

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