Blue, Green, Gold, Tan
Summer Solstice, Midsummer, Alban Hefine, Sun Blessing, Gathering Day, Feill-Sheathain, Whit Sunday, Whitsuntide, Vestalia, Thing-Tide, St. John's Day.
Fire, The Sun, Blades, Mistletoe, Oak Trees, Balefire, Sun Wheels, Faeries.
Father Gods, Mother Goddesses, Pregnant Deiries, Sun Gods.
Jumping Balefire, Gathering Herbs, Clan Gatherings, Well Dressing.
Giving away fire away, Sleeping away from home, neglecting animals.
Robin/Wren, Summer Birds, Horses, Cattle.
Emerald, Jade, Tiger's Eye, Lapis Lazuli, Diamond.
Oak, Mistletoe, Frankincense, Lemon, Sandlewood, Heliotrope, Copal, Saffron, Galangal, Laurel, Yang-Yang.
Honoring of Sun/God at his power, Saying farewell to the waxing year, Preparation for harvest, Honoring the pregnant Goddess, Beginning of waning year.
(Individually or Blended)
Anise, Carrot drinks, Lemon, Nettle, Orange.
Heliotrope, Cinnamon, Sandlewood, Lavender, Orange, All Mint Oils, Lemon, Saffron.
All pregnant Goddesses, All young mother Goddesses, Most war Goddesses, Aine (Irish), Aestas (Roman), Atemis (Greek), Athena (Greek), Banba (Irish), Bona Dea (Roman), Cerd (Iberian), Chup-Kamui (Japanese), Dag (German), Damonan (Breton), Dana (Irish), Dia Griene (Scottish), Djanggawaul Sisters (Aboriginal), Elat (Semitic), Eos (Greek), Erce (English), Eriu (Irish), Freya (Norse), Gerd (Teutonic), Gokarmo (Tibetan), Grian (Irish), Hathor-Tiamet (Egyptian), Indra (Aryan), Isis (Egyptian), Jord (Teutonic), Juno (Roman), Kali (Indian), Keca Aba (Russian), Kou-Njami (Siberian), Kupulo (Russian), Mabd/Maeve (Irish), Marici (Tabetan), Mitra (Aryan), Nut (Egyptian), Olwen (Welsh), Robigus (Roman), Sekhmet (Egyptian), Shekinah (Hebraic), Vesta (Roman), Wurusema (Hittite), Xatel-Ekwa (Hungarian), Zoe (Greek).
All Sun Gods, Most War Gods, Most Thunder Gods, Apollo (Greco-Roman), Baal (Phoenician), Balder (Norse), Bochica (South American), Chacol (Mayan), Dagda (Irish), Donnus (Irish), Dharma (Aryan), El (Semitic), Hadad (Syrian), Helios (Greek), Hyperion (Greek), Ganges (Indian), Gwydion (Welsh), Legba (Voodun), Llew (Welsh), Lugh (Irish), Maui (Polynesian), Oak/Holly King (Anglo-Celtic), Orunjan (Yourban), Prometheus (Greek), Ra (Egyptian), Sol/Helios (Greco-Roman), Thor (Norse), Upulero (Indonesian), Xiuhtecutli (Aztec), Zeus (Greek).
Litha is practically the classic time two perform magick of all kinds. Healings, love magick and protections are especially suitable. Herbs can be dried over the ritual fire if you're celebrating outdoors. Leap the fire for purification and renewed energy.
Fresh fruits are standard fair for Litha, such as summer squash, lemons and oranges.
To make the insides:
Mix the margarine, peanut butter, and powdered sugar together in a large mixing bowl. It will be thick and heavy. Roll the mixture into small balls about 3/4 of an inch to 1 inch across.
Melt the chocolate (Chocolate chips melt best) in a double boiler with 1 section of paraffin. Dip the balls in the chocolate mixture 3/4 of the way so they look like buckeyes. Lay them out on wax paper and let them set long enough to harden before eating.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix all of the ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. Place the mixture in a lightly greased 9x13 baking pan and bake for 30 minutes.