Solstice And Equinox Dates 2010 To 2020 - So we're now within a week of the Solstice on June 21st. This is the most extreme time of polarity on our planet. For those in the Southern Hemisphere... This is the darkest time of the annual cycle. It is the time of going deep within to confront your deepest truth which may catalyze a death of some past pattern or situation which you've now outgrown
Autumn Equinox: Sep 21 - 23. Second festival of the season of harvest (Second Harvest) and the point of the year when once again day and night are equal. The Druids call this celebration, Mea'n Fo'mhair, and honour The Green Man, the God of the Forest, by offering libations to the trees. The Welsh know this time as 'Alban Elfed', meaning 'light of autumn'. References to the Welsh god Mabon ap Mydron (Mabon, Son of Modron, or ‘Great Son of the Great Mother’) date back well over a thousand…
Festivals throughout the year: New Year~Jan. 1st, SPRING EQUINOX May Day~May 1st, SUMMER SOLSTICE Saint John's Tide~June 24th, FALL EQUINOX Michaelmas~Sept. 29th, Martinmas~Nov. 11th, Saint Nicholas~Dec. 6th, Santa Lucia~Dec. 13th, WINTER SOLSTICE Christmas~Dec. 25th.
Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-nə-sə; Irish: Lúnasa; Scottish Gaelic: Lùnastal; Manx: Luanistyn) is a traditional Gaelic holiday celebrated on 1 August in the northern hemisphere and 1 February in the southern. It originated as a harvest festival, corresponding to the Welsh Calan Awst and the English Lammas.