North America Druid

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Since 2006

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A Druid Wheel of the Year

Druid Wheel of the Year

Alban Hefin/ Summer Solstice

The summer solstice marks days with the longest daylight and shortest nights, but it also marks when this starts to reverse and the daylight wanes (decreases). This solstice is celebrated by many traditions and in many places- basically as the celebration of plenty at the height of summer.

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Druidry

“It’s an attitude, an understanding, an exquisitely simple and natural philosophy of living. For a great many it is a rich and ancient religion, a mystical spirituality. For others it’s simply a guiding way of life. It is absolutely open and free for anyone to discover.”
Remma Restall Orr, Druid Priestess, 2000