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Solstice not only at Stonehenge, but all around the world
by Simon at 12:25 24/06/09 (Blogs::Simon)
The majority of the follow-up postings I've seen about the solstice at Stonehenge have been talking about the amount of litter left behind by the so-called "Neo-Pagans" and "Earth-Lovers".

Hmmm - I suspect the majority were plain old partygoers with not much concept of paganism or earth-loving. Even the "official" druid contingent had a hard time getting into the circle for the dawn ceremony, as it was packed with people. Next year, flaming swords wielded by Arthur's Loyal War Band might be the answer...

However, one link I've seen leads to a set of pictures of other solstice celebrations around the world, where things are handled rather better it seems.


... now that's what I call Solstice Celebrations.

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