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Mid-Summer Solstice

June 21st

The 7th station, The Mid-summer solstice marks the time


when the flower opens and is fertilized, and is a time of sanctification, celebrating the greatest strength of the sun.

Day break on the day of the solstice should be recognized for it is the beginning of the longest day of the year.

High Noon should also be celebrated for that is when the Sun's power peaks.

As the flower opens is prepares itself to receive fertilization. Tradition tells us that placing nine flowers under your pillow the night before the solstice, and you will receive prophetic dreams.

The Mid-summer solstice is a good time to harvest herbs and practice rune magic.