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“Litha or Midsummer, a time of bonfires, mugwort, mythical beings, nights and days of mischief and love. The veil is thin. The Celts, the Norse and the Slavs believed that there were three ‘spirit nights’ in the year when magic ran amok and the Otherworld was near. The first was Halloween, the second was May Eve and the third was Midsummer Eve. All sorts of enchantments are in the air now and Spirits and Fairies abound.” –  Danette Wilson, “Outside the Circle: The Bad Fairies of Litha“ [Found at https://covenlife.co/category/rituals/sabbats/summer-solsticelitha/]

 

2 Comments

  1. Author April L Wood (A Well Read Woman) on June 20, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    Happy Summer Solstice! I hope you get a chance to go outside tonight and see the Strawberry Moon!

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