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Hop-tu-Naa - Halloween on the Isle of Man

Celebrations; except the Summer Solstice is called Litha

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from Old Farmer's Almanac

First Day of Summer 2017: The Summer Solstice

10 ways to celebrate summer solstice from the farmers almanac site

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The astrological date of Aug 5 to 7 is Old Lammas, which is 15 degrees of Leo. Also can be celebrated on the full moon nearest the midpoint between the summer solstice and autumnal equinox, during the time of the harvesting. Feb 1st in the Southern hemisphere Pronunciation: Pronounced Loo-gnah-sahd, the ‘g’ is not all that hard, it’s almost swallowed. The emphasis is on the first syllable. (Loo-NAHS-ah) (‘loo-nus-uh’) (loo’ na sah) or (loon’ sah

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Wheel of the Year: The Eight Pagan Holidays

http://soniaperozzi.hubpages.com/hub/Wheel-of-the-Year-The-Eight-Pagan-Holidays

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Serpent Mound - Ohio, USA  The figure of a giant snake, apparently uncoiling itself, was excavated in the late 19th century. The massive serpent is nearly a quarter-mile long. Recent carbon-dating research suggests the Fort Ancient culture built the monument roughly 900 years ago. The serpent’s body is made of raised berms of grassy earth that weave across a plateau. On the summer solstice, the setting sun aligns with the snake’s head.

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Arc de Triomphe at Sunset, Paris can be seen only on the date of winter solstice in DEC....DONE!!

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Magic Potion: Lavender Lemonade Potion Number 21. Healing Potions

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Sabbat Correspondence Chart. February Eve, Imbolc, Imbolg, Oimealg, Lupercalia, Brighid's Day. Dates, some meanings, deities, symbols, colors, stones, herbs, foods, activities.

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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.

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