The Ancients and the Summer Solstice

Dr. Shakira
Ancient Scrolls
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3 min readJun 20, 2024

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The Ancients and the Summer Solstice

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The ancients and the summer solstice were very much intimately connected.

The ancients and the summer solstice were very much intimately connected. The summer solstice is one of the eight sabbats, a celestial event in the Northern Hemisphere around June 20 and June 22. The term, “the longest day” means the longest period of daylight. The Summer Solstice is also known as, Litha or MidSummer, marking the beginning of summer. In the Southern Hemisphere, around June 20 or 21; is the shortest day of the year, and the summer solstice arrives around December 22.

The ancients noticed on the summer solstice the Sun’s path stops heading North and stands still before reversing its direction South. Earth is closest to the Sun and is a bi-annual event. The second event is the Winter Solstice. The summer solstice happens when the sun is directly over the Tropic of Cancer. (the Tropic of Cancer

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Dr. Shakira
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