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Yule log - Wikipedia

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The Yule log, Yule clog, or Christmas block is a specially selected log burnt on a hearth as a Christmas tradition in ... Our Fore-Fathers, when the common Devious of Eve were over, and Night was co...

The Yule Log -- Christmas Customs and Traditions -- whychristmas ...

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Why we have Yule Logs and what they mean and represent at Christmas. ... My Great Grandfather did own a walking stick factory though!) ... This comes from a local legend that Joseph, Mary and Jesus were very cold when the shepherds ...

The Yule Log - Noel Noel Noel!

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Burning a Yule log is probably the oldest Christmas tradition there is. ... It does require gathering family, friends and neighbors for songs and stories, ... Personal faults, mistakes and bad choices were burned in the flame so ... If the fire went out before the night was through, tragedy would strike the home in the coming year.

Yule Log - Earth Witchery

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Yule Log Magick / Make A Yule Log / Bake a Yule Log Cake. The Yule Log ... On the night of Yule, carve a symbol of your hopes for the coming year into the log. Burn the log ... The Yule log can be made of any wood (Oak is traditional). ... Next determine where the three candle holes should be drilled along the top of the log.

The Delicious History of the Yule Log - Hungry History

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Dec 21, 2012 ... Christmas is almost here, and 'tis the season for rich food traditions. ... The Yule log cake (or bûche de Noël for French speakers) is an ... Those small hearths, however, were perfect for baking cakes. ... Did you know? In Paris ...

The Pagan's Path ~ Witchcraft & Shamanism - History Of Yule

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The wheel or cycle of life was something the early Norse pagans were very big on. .... The first direct reference to the Yule log can be found around the 17th century. ... tree tradition for Christians does not come from Pagans as many believe.

Yule Log Origin : snopes.com

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Jul 30, 2007 ... The origin of the yule log. ... first attempt at lighting it; its failure to do so was a sign of misfortune coming to the family. ... Care was taken to keep it burning at least as long as the hosts were still up (if not all ... Did Marine Capt.

Yule Log - Christmas Day

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Yule Log is a significant part of Christmas traditions. ... This comes from the legend that the shepherds burned the bunches of twigs to keep Joseph, ... the same process of burning the log as does France but here the log is stored under a bed.

Historical Hussies: The Origin of the Yule Log

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Dec 20, 2010 ... The Yule Log, like many Christmas traditions, originated as a pagan ritual ... One account claims it began as a Norse “Feast of the Dead” where people ... I did know though that Christians did get a lot of their traditions of the ...

What's a yule log? | HowStuffWorks

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And how did a New York television impresario bring the yule log into so many ... The ashes were sometimes stored under a bed in order to make a home immune to evil ... English Christmas traditions called for the yule log to burn as a sign of ...