The winter solstice typically occurs on the 21st or 22nd of December in the Northern Hemisphere while those in the Southern Hemisphere celebrates on the 21st or 22nd of June. Click through to find traditional celebration ideas, crafts, and decorations you can make to celebrate the winter solstice!

Ways to Celebrate the Winter Solstice

The winter solstice typically occurs on the or of December in the Northern Hemisphere while those in the Southern Hemisphere usually celebrates it on the or of June. While one hemisphere celebrates winter, the other welcomes summer.

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Ways to Celebrate the Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice:  #Winter #Solstice.

Winter Solstice December 21, 2014

The word "Solstice" is derived from two Latin words: "sol" meaning sun, and "sistere," to cause to stand still, but this event was celebrated long before the Roman Empire. The winter solstice.

Arianrhod - Winter solstice goddess by Wendy Andrew. Winter Solstice - circa 21st December Mother of Air, Goddess of the limitless skies. She is Owl Woman and will carry you through the long dark nights of winter dreaming. The sun is reborn at winter solstice and days gradually lengthen. A time of hope and anticipation.

Winter Solstice -- Mother of Air, Goddess of the limitless skies. She is Owl Woman and will carry you through the long dark nights of winter dreaming. The sun is reborn at winter solstice and days gradually lengthen. A time of hope and anticipation.

First day of Winter 2016 21/12/2016

Winter Solstice 2016 (Southern Hemisphere) Date: June 20 2016 Location: Australia New Zealand Tags: snow rocks tree

Fun Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice

Fun Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice

Welcome the arrival of summer with these fun ways to celebrate the summer solstice! Links to Winter Solstice ideas are also included.

I know some of you are not but I'm ready  autumn ˈɔːtəm/ noun BRITISH the season after summer and before winter in the northern hemisphere from September to November and in the southern hemisphere from March to May. "the countryside is ablaze with colour in autumn" ASTRONOMY the period from the autumn equinox to the winter solstice. Have a lovely evening and thank you all for your comments on yesterday's post. I'll be catching up with each and everyone of you soon xo…

I know some of you are not but I'm ready autumn ˈɔːtəm/ noun BRITISH the season after summer and before winter in the northern hemisphere from September to November and in the southern hemisphere from March to May. "the countryside is ablaze with colour in autumn" ASTRONOMY the period from the autumn equinox to the winter solstice. Have a lovely evening and thank you all for your comments on yesterday's post. I'll be catching up with each and everyone of you soon xo…

If there ever was a night to declare your dream vision for the future and set it in motion with a ritual, then winter or summer solstices are your nights.  The winter solstice comes each year between December 21 to 23  in the Northern Hemisphere, and June 20 to 23 in the Southern Hemisphere, so you can do this every year as a way to start over and reboot your life.  Symbolic rituals can mark a transition to the new by clearing the mind and allowing us to move forward into the new.

List of solstice rituals. If there ever was a night to declare your dream vision for the future and set it in motion with a ritual, then solstices are the best

On the northern and southern hemisphere, the noontime Sun is highest in the sky during summer solstice and lowest in the sky during winter solstice.

On the northern and southern hemisphere, the noontime Sun is highest in the sky during summer solstice and lowest in the sky during winter solstice.

Winter Solstice blessings (Dec. 22/15) ─ Winter solstice is an astronomical phenomenon marking the shortest day and the longest night of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere this is the December solstice and in the Southern Hemisphere this is the June solstice.

─ Winter solstice is an astronomical phenomenon marking the shortest day and the longest night of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere this is the December solstice and in the Southern Hemisphere this is the June solstice.

Winter Solstice : a day to celebrate. The longest day and shortest night in the Southern Hemisphere and for us in the Northern Hemisphere the longest night and shortest day. The solstice happens at the same time for everyone everywhere on earth. Monuments were built such as Stonehendge in England and Machu Picchu in Peru to follow the sun's yearly progress. Enjoy. Have fun. And create something amazing whether it be small or large. Go. Do. Be. Create. Share. Love. Live. Life. Xoxo #moon…

Winter Solstice : a day to celebrate. The longest day and shortest night in the Southern Hemisphere and for us in the Northern Hemisphere the longest night and shortest day. The solstice happens at the same time for everyone everywhere on earth. Monuments were built such as Stonehendge in England and Machu Picchu in Peru to follow the sun's yearly progress. Enjoy. Have fun. And create something amazing whether it be small or large. Go. Do. Be. Create. Share. Love. Live. Life. Xoxo #moon…

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