The Summer Solstice/Litha

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The Summer Solstice/Litha
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The Summer Solstice also know as Litha celebrates the full return of the sun, light beating darkness. Also we celebrate fieltity.
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The Summer Solstice is in deed is the celebration of the sun's return. It's when the mother goddess celebrate her husband's return, that is one of thoughts.

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Hey, when exactly is Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice?

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I want to say that the winter solstice is December 21st. Not to sure bout summer one.
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Just realized she said it in first post. Did not know Litha was the summer solstice.
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Even if you're in the southern hemisphere you have your holidays mixed up. Yule [the winter solstice] is the longest night of the year. While different paths believe different things [the God is reborn, the Holly King is defeated by the Oak King] Yule is the celebration of the suns return, along with longer days and summer. [Aka the light defeating the darkness as you said] Litha is the opposite [the God grows weaker, the Oak King is defeated by the Holly King] and from the summer solstice onward the days grow shorter and colder. [Aka the darkness defeating the light as you would put it] You are correct on it being a sun celebration since most people celebrate outside.
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