Come and learn more about Druidry!
Due to my illness, were were unable to hold the Druidic Solstice celebration on Saturday. Tonight we'll be holding a smaller celebration and exploration of Alban Hefin, the festival Summer Solstice which means 'The Light of the Shore'. Druidry has a great respect and reverence for places that are 'in between' worlds. The seashore is one such place, where the three realms of Earth, Sea and Sky meet. There is great power in places such as these. It is the time of greatest light and it also brings some sadness because from now until Alban Arthan, the Sun's strength is declining and we have entered the waning year. Of all the festivals Druidry is mostly associated with Alban Hefin. The wonderful white-robed figures filmed at the dawn rituals at Stonehenge are testament to this. However, to many Druids it is the turning seasons and the cycle of life, death and rebirth - reflected in the Wheel of the Year in its completeness - which are significant.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either myself or co-organizer Kyna.
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