. Yule was an indigenous midwinter festival celebrated by the Germanic
peoples. The earliest references to it are in the ...
History, information, lore and activities for the Pagan Holiday of Beltane. ... Yule is
also known as the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere and the summer ...
With traditions drawing from their ancestral past, Pagans welcome the season of
Yule with wassail, pine trees, and various other festivities.
Dec 12, 2000 ... Most modern pagans acknowledge Yule as the rebirth of the light half of the year;
some traditions perform the play of the Oak King and the ...
Need a prayer or devotional for the Yule
season? Here's where you'll find a wide variety! Includes prayers to the sun, thanks to the goddess, a reminder of why the cold and darkness are important, and more. More »
No matter how you celebrate it, the winter solstice is traditionally a time for all
kinds of festivities, feasting, and fun. Here's where you'll find all the Yule-related ...
The celebration of Yule at the Winter Solstice goes back hundreds of years. From
the hearths of the Celtic tribes to the bonfires of the Norsemen, this winter ...
Dec 19, 2014 ... The pagan holiday known as Yule falls on Dec. 21, the day of the winter solstice.
Today, Wiccans and other Pagans often blend together ancient as well as
contemporary ... Also called:Yule, Jul, Saturnalia, Christmas, solar/secular New
However, it's believed that this date was chosen to offset pagan celebrations of ...
Christmas is also referred to as Yule, which is derived from the Norse word jól, ...