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Pronunciation: 'säl-st&s, 'sOl-, 'sol-
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin solstitium, from sol sun + -stit-, -stes standing; akin to Latin stare to stand -- more at SOLAR, STAND
1 : either of the two points on the ecliptic, at which its distance from the celestial equator is greatest and which is reached by the sun each year, about June 22d and December 22d.
2 : the time of the sun's passing a Solstice, which occurs about June 22d, to begin Summer in the Northern Hemisphere and about December 22d, to begin Winter in the Northern Hemisphere.


He has been with Veritas roughly four years. Has been a staff member half of that time. Before and during his time with Veritas, he has been a staff member for Astral Society.
Solstice has studied witchcraft and divination, for approximatly twelve years. With over twenty years experience, has been psychic and having done readings, both professionally and informally.
Currently, he specializes in witchcraft, dreams and psychic development. You can also read his book about etheric projection, in the coming years.