Do pagans follow the wheel of the year? The Wheel of the Year is an annual cycle of seasonal festivals, observed by many modern pagans, consisting of the year’s chief solar events (solstices and equinoxes) and the midpoints between them.
What holidays do pagans celebrate?
- New Year’s Day.
- The Roman version of Halloween.
- May 1st – Labor Day.
- Epiphany or Three Kings Day.
- Saint John’s Eve.
What does Litha symbolize? Litha is a pagan holiday; one of their eight sabbats during the year. Litha (also known as Midsummer) occurs on the summer solstice, and celebrates the beginning of summer. The traditions of Litha appear to be borrowed from many cultures. Most ancient cultures celebrated the summer solstice in some way.
Who is the goddess of summer? Aestas, the Roman personification of summer.