New Moon Solstice: celebrating (y/our) *L*I*G*H*T*!

AK Sun shortly before 3pm

What a very special Solstice this is, synchronized with the New Moon! :) Depending on which hemisphere you live in, you'll be welcoming the Winter or Summer season. Here in Alaska, the Winter Solstice officially occurs at 2:03pm and the New Moon is at 4:36pm, both on Sunday, Dec.21st (you can convert it to your own time zone here).     The Winter Solstice, also traditionally known as "Yule", has been celebrated for thousands of years, especially in the northern … [Read more...]