Hermia is a fictional character from Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream.Hermia is caught in a romantic accident where she loves one man, Lysander, but is loved by Demetrius, whose feelings she does not return.But if you ask why, most of them don’t even know – including myself.
Midsummer is also sometimes referred to by some Neopagans as Litha, and se Æfterra Liþa (the "early Litha month" and the "later Litha month") with an intercalary month of Liþa appearing after se Æfterra Liþa on leap years.
In the Nordics, it’s a custom to celebrate Midsummer around the end of June.
We light huge bonfires and gather around them to sing seasonal songs.
Helena confides Demetrius, in hope that he will realize her love for him if she tells him the truth, but Demetrius pursues Hermia and Lysander into the forest with Helena in pursuit.
After a scene in which Demetrius tries to get Helena to stop following him and Helena declares her love, Oberon (Fairy King), who has been watching the whole time, being invisible to humans, orders his sprite, Puck, to place a drop from a magical flower on the sleeping Demetrius' eyelids so that he will fall in love with Helena when he wakes, and everyone will be content; however, Puck mistakes Lysander for Demetrius; therefore, when Lysander sets his sights on Helena, Lysander falls in love with her instead.
Here goes: Dating back to the Middle Ages, Denmark has a history of burning people who were under suspicion of carrying out witchcraft.