Litha - Creating New Pagan Family Traditions by Jodi Lee
Series: Creating New Pagan Family Traditions.
Approx. 5,140 words.
Published on May 17, 2012.
Also known as Midsummer, Summer Solstice and Alban Hefin, Litha generally falls in the third week of June, usually between the 17 and 23 of the month. It is the time of the longest day of the year – after this, each day becomes progressively shorter until Yule – the longest night of the year.