The event is primarily a Celtic fire event, midsummer :: summersoltice.co.uk
:: representing the center of summer, and the shortening of the days on their gradual march to wintertime. Midsummer is customarily celebrated about either the particular 23rd or perhaps 24th of June, even though longest morning actually drops on the Twenty first of Summer. The importance of the afternoon to our ancestors can be monitored back thousands of decades, and many rock circles along with other ancient monuments are aligned for the sunrise upon Midsummer's Day. By far the most famous positioning is that from Stonehenge, where the sun's rays rises on the heel rock, framed by the giant trilithons in Midsummer morning.