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    • Hanukkah – December 2nd to 10th, 2018

      Yule/Winter Solstice – December 21st, 2018 The Winter Solstice, also known as Yule, is the observance of the longest night of the year in the Northern hemisphere, and marks the point where days start to lengthen again. This holiday has been celebrated for thousands of years all over the world, and has many different traditions associated ...

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    • Winter Solstice 2010 - Global Goddess

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      Winter Solstice 2010 At the Winter Solstice we celebrate the return of the light. We have been traveling in the darkness hoping to finally reach the light at the end of the tunnel. At this time, the sun will begin its long journey and we will forward the light. Although the winter brings the cold and

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    • For those of you in the Southern Hemisphere (S.H.)

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      For modern Witches, Yule (from the Anglo-Saxon 'Yula', meaning 'wheel' of the year) is usually celebrated on the actual Winter Solstice, which may vary by a few days, though it usually occurs on or around December 21st. It is a Lesser Sabbat or Lower Holiday in the modern Pagan calendar, one

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      Believed sun died during winter solstice then rose again as solstice ended. •December 25 also birth date of Persian/Iranian mystery god Mithras, Sun of Righteousness, god of light, “Grand Deliverer.” •Horus, son of Isis (Egyptian title for queen of heaven,)born also at this time (winter solstice) Origins of Christmas

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      Winter Solstice is one. It is also called Yule. It is the time of greatest darkness and the longest night of the year. The Winter Solstice had been associated with the birth of a "Divine King" long before the rise of Christianity. Since the Sun is considered to represent the Male Divinity in many Pagan Tradi-

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    • bd7876-Yule Rituals Recipes Lore For The Winter Solstice ...

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      Yule--Winter Solstice Date: NH = Near December 21 Ritual Theme: ... The winter solstice marks the rebirth of the Sun. On this holiday, the night is the longest in the entire year, but from this point ... Mistletoe plays a prominent role in Druidic rituals, cur with a golden sickle from an oak tree and used in magick and medicine. In the Norse ...

    • Occult Origins of Christmas Part Three - Three Hearts Church

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      YULE Yule or Yuletide ("Yule time") is a pagan religious festival observed by the historical Germanic peoples, later being absorbed into and equated with the Christian festival of Christmas. Yule (Winter Solstice) Known as Yule or Winter Solstice, the end of December is a traditional Pagan holy day and witches' sabbath.

    • Pagan Christmas .com

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      Traditions, Rituals, and Customs Christmas Songs of the Hard Winter A Pagan Feast Red and White: Colors of Christmas The Darkness of Midwinter Sacred Nights, Smudging Nights, and Incense Wotan and the Wild Hunt From the Shamanic World Tree to the Christmas Tree Christmas Trees Holy Trees St. Nicholas and His Little Helper, Ruprecht

    • I. Composer’s Introduction II. Glossary III. Songs 1. Yule ...

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      Yule Yool Midwinter or Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year, the turning point when the days shall afterwards grow longer as winter begins its passage into the coming spring. Darkness has triumphed and yet it simultaneously gives way to the rebirth of the light. In Celtic tradition, a Yule log is burned to symbolize the newborn Sun god.

    • The evolution of Christmas: The ancient roots of our ...

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      The evolution of Christmas: The ancient roots of our modern rituals Christmas has traveled a long and winding road Dec 6 ... natural holiday, the Winter Solstice. ... used to light the Yule log for the Solstice fire the next year. The ashes were

    • Earth Spirit Pagans

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      EARTH SPIRIT PAGANS NEWSLETTER PAGANS NEWSLETTER Earth Spirit Pagans YULE 2008 SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST: • Saturnalia • Chants • Yule Ritual • Yule Recipes Saturnalia In pagan Rome, the celebration of the Winter Solstice began on December 17 with


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      he custom of serving a Yule log on December 24th goes back several centuries, originating from a pagan rite to celebrate the winter solstice. Christian tradition then adopted this ritual across Europe in the Middle Ages, whereby celebrants would slowly burn a fruit tree log during the holiday season.

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      Christmas traditions and performance rituals: ... the students to pre-Christian roots of Yule, and to give them an ... pre-Christian times the name of a feast celebrated by sacrifice on mid-winter ...

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