The festivity is primarily a Celtic fire festivity, midsummer
representing the centre of summer, as well as the shortening of the days on the gradual 03 to winter season. Midsummer is traditionally celebrated about either the particular 23rd as well as 24th of June, although the longest day time actually is catagorized on the Twenty first of June. The importance of the day to our forebears can be followed back multitudes of a long time, and many gemstone circles and also other ancient monuments are usually aligned to the sunrise upon Midsummer's Day. By far the most famous positioning is that from Stonehenge, where the sun rises on the heel natural stone, framed from the giant trilithons about Midsummer morning.