Litha is a festival of light and inner power celebrated by modern Pagans on June 21/24 each year in Norther Hemisphere. Some pagans hold fire rituals outdoors, while others host large bonfires or small fires inside pots. It is traditionally a good time to practice love magic. In addition, the day of Litha is the date when the Sun is highest in the sky. A wedding can take place during this time, called a handfasting.
The festival started in ancient Europe, when the Celtics and Saxons celebrated the summer solstice. The Saxons called it AEfterra, and the Celtics called it Litha. The word litha was used for a double-length moon, meaning gentle and navigable. The word litha was also recorded in Bede’s On the Reckoning of Time. Today, Litha is celebrated in many countries around the world.
Litha is also known as the summer solstice and is celebrated in ancient Africa. The goddess of the sun, is honored on this day. In ancient times, Litha was celebrated with a bonfire, a candle lit in the window, and homemade food. The day is marked by fire rituals, including jumping over a bonfire. There are a number of ways to celebrate Litha.
Each year, the shortest day of the year, Litha is a festival in which light and dark are at odds. The two sides of the same coin. During Litha, the Oak King wins. The Holly King, on the other hand, loses the battle and becomes the new ruler. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. But in the end, the goddess is crowned. This festival is a celebration of marriage.
This year, the Chinese will celebrate the New Year in May, and it will be a time of celebration. For those who celebrate the holiday, it will be a great time to mark the New Year in your calendar. It is a festival of light and dark and is also a day when people will be able to observe their religious practices and honor the Goddess. The best time to practice these rituals is 12:34 PM to 01:21 AM, and the moon rises above the tropic of cancer.
This festival is also a time to harvest herbs, and most herbs will be in season at this time. The herbs used for this festival should be used responsibly, so you can enjoy the benefits of these plants and flowers. If you celebrate Litha with your family, make sure you include them in the festivities. The day is a great time to get together with friends and celebrate the festival with the whole family. When celebrating with your loved ones, be sure to take the time to celebrate as a community.
This year, Sri Lanka will celebrate its New Year with a special ceremony. It will begin at 8:13 am will end at 1:59 pm, the time of the summer solstice. It is considered an auspicious day for all sorts of things. There are plenty of celebrations during the year and the holidays will be no different. It will be a time of great happiness and prosperity for all. So, prepare for your next big event with your friends and family and get ready to celebrate Avurudu Litha 2022 in style.