Ancient Calendar: June 21, 2010


Today is known as many things—past & present–the Druid’s Alban Hefin (meaning light of the shore), Midsummer, and even the Anglo-Saxon festival called Litha—which is also the longest day of the year.

To some Pagan circles, the Oak King ends his reign handing over his power to the Holly King which will then rule for the next six months.

Alban Hefin will signify winter and summer meeting.

Great articles of interest:

Ogham Story – Ragnall’s Wedding

Ogham – Ura: Heather

Celebrating the Pagan Summer Solstice

Celebrating the Solstice


Wyntress Nyght’s Supernatural Crack :

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