Pagan Rituals

It’s the first day of summer, the solstice began a few hours ago. We, in the mid-Atlantic states, are sun challenged.  It’s rained for 17 out of the last 21 days.  Plants are yellowing, pots are saturated and lawns are very, very green.

Even though I avoid sun exposure, I want to be a sun worshiper.  I don’t need to align myself with any particular group, I just want to bask in its golden warmth.  I want to be sun kissed.  Since it’s not happening naturally, here’s my offering in the hope that the weather gods will grant my humble request to change the soundtrack to the Beatles’  ‘Here Comes the Sun’.

The Sun King's symbol at Versailles
The Sun King's Sun
Sunny All Stars
All Star's Sun
The Aztec Sun stone
Aztec's Sun
Sunflower Sun
60s Sunburst
60s Sun
The Rajput Sun
Rajput Sun
The Rays of Aten
Akhenaten & Nefertiti's Sun
Chihuly's Sun
Chihuly's Sun
Tony Duquette Sun
Tony Duquette Sun

Photo Links-Top to Bottom: The Sun King’s Sun, All Star’s Sun, Aztec’s Sun, Sunflower Sun, 60s Sun, Rajput Sun, Akhenaten & Nefertit’s Sun, Chihuly’s Sun, Tony Duquette Sun

6 thoughts on “Pagan Rituals

  1. Susan, That was such a lovely post. And what a nice tribute to the sun on the summer solstice. It certainly seems you deserve some SUN yourself after writing such an interesting article.

    May the sun shine on you soon. 😉 Teresa

  2. Great new look and homage to our fearless sun:
    “Even after all these years, the sun never says to earth, ‘You owe me.'” according to one of those Suffi poets from the 13th century.

    Working on a new mark for EnergyScapes. Our advisor feels our branch is not working from a distance. She wants a more clean, crisp look.

    What do you think of “Plan . Transform . Nurture” ?

  3. Douglas–Thanks for the quote and I love ‘Plan|Transform|Nurture’ exactly what you and your Energyscapes team does. I’m in awe.

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