Winter Solstice Window: December 20-22
Winter Solstice Exact: December 21 – 6:03pm Eastern
When a new moon and Wheel of the Year point
align it forms a super charged creation window!
Solstice means “Sun Standstill,” and Winter Solstice is the shortest day and darkest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. It marks the place on the Wheel where the sun, which went deep into the dark space of the womb during Samhain, is reborn. After this point you see a gradual day-by-day increase in light until it reaches its peak at Summer Solstice and begins its turn toward the darkness once again.