Join `London Woodland Witches' for an outdoor Midsummer ceremony & gathering - this Sunday 19th June, from 2pm till 5pm at Queen's Woods, near Highgate. We begin with a Solar pathworking, do consecrations to create sacred space, call upon Elements and embark on our own version of drumming & a Sun-dance for raising energy and … Continue reading Woodland Witches – Midsummer Ritual 2022
From an astrological point of view, Summer Solstice is when the Sun enters the sign of Cancer. This year, it takes place on Monday 20th June 2016, at 10:34pm GMT (11:34pm British Summer Time). However the first Sunrise after this is celebrated - as usual - at Stonehenge the next morning. on Tuesday 21st … Continue reading Date & Time for Summer Solstice 2016 (and visiting Stonehenge, UK)
Some sharp thoughts here... so be seated firmly.. 🙂 Some years ago..after a visit to Stonehenge I was devastated by the rubbish & people standing on stones etc. My friends & I collected about 20 bags of rubbish ourselves that time. I even went around so angry that I set about doing some `closing pentagrams'. … Continue reading Stonehenge Debate – Has it gone past the Fall-by Date?
Here are some astrology-based graphics to mark Midsummer solstice today! (21st June 2013). Everyone seems to celebrate the Sun rise (which is at 3.43 am GMT in London).. I suppose it marks the beginning of the longest day...But for me more important is the fact that Sun enters the sign of Cancer at … Continue reading Midsummer – some astro-graphics and Solstice thoughts!
The Sun's entered the zodiac sign of Cancer.. 11.09pm GM on 20th June.. which is 00:09 hrs on 21st June (British Summer Time). Happy Solstice wishes to all. These pictures were taken last year, when I went to Stonehenge for Summer Solstice, with my wife April and close pal Marcus. What struck us was the … Continue reading Midsummer & Stonehenge Conflicts
Birth of the Sun-ChildWinter Solstice - when the Sun enters the sign of Capricorn.. shortest day..longest night..! This year it's happening on Thursday 22nd December 2011.. at 5.30am (GMT). That's the astrology. Pagans, Wiccans, Druids and New-Agers celebrate this - and have done so for thousands of years - and consider the Sun-child being born. … Continue reading Happy Yule