Today is Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern Emisphere!

Stonehenge – Image from Internet

This day is celebrated since thousands of years ago and the celebrations involved sumptuos and joyful feasts, lighting bonfires at night to ward off dark forces and evil, chanting, playing music, and dancing, recreating our bound with Nature.

Many today will meet in Stonehenge to celebrate the sunrise, as during the Summer Solstice Pagans honour the vital strength of the sun and the divine powers that create life giving fertility to men and soil.

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