Litha Midsummer Solstice Spread – From Sasha Graham’s book 365 Tarot Spreads
Litha was originally intended to coincide with the summer solstice, and on modern calendars it is often celebrated between June 20–24. A fire and water festival, it marks the convergence of the sun and moon, and it is considered optimal for harvesting magical and medicinal plants. Summation of Spread The Sun card corresponds to this high day of summer. On an intellectual level, the sun represents being able to communicate, while on the physical plane it represents victory, success, recognition, and glory. This spread is based on the seven sacred directions. It is a powerful meditative opportunity for reflection during the excitement of midsummer’s magic, manifestation, and abundance. After watching this spread, go outside to pick flowers or a bouquet of herbs and bring the splendor of summer inside.
The Cards –
1. East (Air): What do I know?
2. South (Fire): What is my potential?
3. West (Water): What do I understand?
4. North (Earth): What should I nurture?
5. Above: What divine wisdom is mine?
6. Below: What do I inherit?
7. Within: How do I connect with what is inside me?
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