While the mostly burned wood waited for its duty to light a new yule log, it was
kept around the house to ward off a range of misfortunes, ...
The History of the Yule Log. Photo of a Yule Log by Wanye Camlin: http://www.
flickr. The custom of burning the Yule Log goes back to, and before, medieval ...
Jul 30, 2007 ... Origins: Though few Americans still bother with it, the burning of the yule log was
at one time one of the most firmly entrenched customs of ...
Yule Log Magick / Make A Yule Log / Bake a Yule Log Cake ... An ancient rhyme
of unknown origin reflects the importance of the Yule Log on this sabbat:.
Dec 21, 2012 ... 'Tis the season for rich food traditions, including that of the Christmas Yule log.
Need an excuse for a Christmas party? How about a "traditional" excuse. If this
year's party is already planned, add this old tradition to it. Burning a Yule log is ...
Dec 20, 2010 ... The Origin of the Yule Log. The Yule Log, like many Christmas traditions,
originated as a pagan ritual and was later adopted by Christian ...
A yule log is burned because it is believed to bring good luck. Learn more about
yule ... But does it have its origins in the winter solstice? See more Christmas ...
Dec 25, 2008 ... The bizarre story of how a burning log became one of television's most lasting
and loved experiments.
The tradition is practiced in many countries and hence several legends are
associated with its origin. The most popular story of the Yule Log dates back to