Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we celebrate Litha on June 21st. This day marks the Summer Solstice and is the longest day of the year. Light and life are in great abundance and the Sun God reaches his moment of greatest strength. It is the traditional time for Witches to harvest their magical herbs because their magical powers are strongest on this day.
This set of wonderfully aromatic Golden Sun Votives for Litha, Summer Solstice and Midsummer celebrations are beautiful drenched in the true color of the Sun. Scented with Lemon, Madagascar Vanilla Bean and Sweet Cream representing the life bringing energy of the celebrated Gods of the season. Each candle burns approximately 16 hours. Made from all natural wax, pure essential oils, essence oils, natural botanicals and pure cotton wick and free from harmful additives, animal and poly based products. I always use a high amount of oils to ensure a high scent throw while lit or not lit placed within your sacred space. Perfect for spell casting and ritual use and especially for this years Beltane celebration!
Fragrance description: Golden Sun; Lemon, Madagascar Vanilla Bean and Sweet Cream
Lovingly packaged in a kraft box with ribbons.
Size: 1.5 x 2
Sets of 12, 24 or more are available as well. Just convo me to place a special listing for you.
The season of Litha is a wonderful time to start empowering your family meals with spells and energy by spiritually infusing your meals with magical intent. Outdoors or indoors, work with herbs and kitchen witch tools to empower your foods with the magic of health, healing, protection, abundance and most of all, love.
The Litha Sabbat rite is usually performed outside in nature, however any magical place or gathering is suitable, wherever you feel most comfortable. Many congregate at Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England on this day to watch the Sun rise. You, too, can set your alarm clock to greet the Sun as He rises in the sky on morning of Litha.
A fire is lit in honor of solar deities and the sun. Jumping through the flames is a common practice, and will purify and renew your energy. This is a very good time for performing any type of magickal work, especially love or healing magick. And of course, Litha is a time honored season for handfasting as seen by the popularity of weddings throughout the month of June. And a time for welcoming the Fae with offerings of sweet treats, fruits and shimmering gifts.