The middle of summer.
Sabbat celebrated in June; perfect time for all kinds of magick and spells. Powers of nature reach their highest point. This is the time for the longest daylight hours, midsummer being the longest day of the year. Also called Litha.
A Sabat held on the Summer Solstice (around June 21) that celebrates the longest day of the year.
The Summer Solstice, usually on or near June 21st, one of the Wiccan Festival days and an excellent time to practice magic.
Summer solstice: June 21, when the sun is at its northernmost point
One of the eight major holidays, or Sabbats. Midsummer is celebrated on the summer solstice (on or about June 21) and celebrates the height of the God's power.
a festive day near the summer solstice, midsummer is June 24th, the eve being the 23rd
See Summer Solstice
Wicca/neo pagan observance of the bounty of nature. Fires are lit in honor of the Sun.
The Sabbat observed at the Summer Solstice which honors the Sun God at the height of his power.
The summer solstice, usually on or near June 21st, one of the Wiccan festivals and an excellent night for Magic. Midsummer marks the point of the year when the Sun is symbolically at the height of its powers, and so too the God. The longest day of the year.
Minor Sabbat. Summer solstice, celebrated on the longest day of the year, on or about June 21st.
the Summer Solstice, so-called because the Celtic Summer began at Beltane and ended at Hallows
the summer solstice that occurs around June 21. It marks the time when the sun is at the height of its power.
Midsummer refers to the period of time centered upon the summer solstice and the religious celebrations that accompany it. Midsummer-related holidays, traditions and celebrations, many of which are non-Christian in origin (apart from the designation "St John's Day"), are particularly important in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, but found also in other parts of Germanic Europe and elsewhere.