I am the Gythia of the Summer Raven Kindred.( I have no special powers just good organizing skills)
I follow the heathen path of the Asatru since I was a Kinder. I am dóttir of Lorraine of askasmiðr Peterson Clan(USA and Sweden). Traditions and path, AEsir.
I use and teach "Elder Fulkhart Runes", I dabble in Palmistry using Norse line palm reading techniques. 13 Year Healing Herbalist, Earth Focus Elemental Magick, "Labyrinth" Tarot Card Reading. 12 years or so of practice in "Hillbilly Granny Folk Magick".
Barbecuing children for local covens ... ha ha ha! Just kidding.
The goddess Ostara made me feed the animals until they got fat ..lol
I love playing music on my guitar and my piano, Telling stories of old and feeding the wild animals. Cooking for a crowd and driving my 3000gt-vr4 chariot as fast as Hilief.
My husband. Stephen
My mother Lorrain dóttir~Oddbjörn askasmiðr.
Litha (taken from Saxon tradition, the opposite of Yule) is celebrated on the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. It is also known as Midsummer Nights Eve, Alban Heruin (Druidic). On this Sabbat light and life are at their most abundant. Many Ancient monuments are aligned with the Sun at this point in the Wheel of the Year, the most famous being Stonehenge in England, though there are many more all over the world.
At Litha the Sun God has reached the moment of his greatest strength. Seated on his greenwood throne he is lord of the forests and his face can be seen in church architecture peering from countless foliate masks. In many Wiccan celebrations this is the time when the Holly King, God of the Waning Year, encounters the Oak King, God of the waxing Year, on Midsummer night. The Holly king fights the Oak King for his throne, and takes over the ruling of the year, a position he holds until the Oak King wins it back at Yule. This encounter is often re-enacted energetically at Midsummer rituals. The Oak King is not forgotten, though; in Celtic mythology, he withdraws now to the Corona Borealis, the Caer Arianrhod or 'silver wheel'. As the outer strength of the Sun wanes, its inner strength grows.