The Yule log, Yule clog, or Christmas block is a specially selected log burnt on a
hearth as a Christmas tradition in a number of countries in Europe. The origin of
the folk custom is unclear. ... T...
Why we have Yule Logs and what they mean and represent in Christmas. ... I don
't make barrels! My Great Grandfather did own a walking stick factory though!) ...
Jul 30, 2007 ... The origin of the yule log. ... had to catch fire during the first attempt at lighting it;
its failure to do so was a sign of misfortune coming to the family.
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: .... the
cake, and when a light touch does not bounce back easily, it needs to come out.
Dec 20, 2010 ... The Yule Log, like many Christmas traditions, originated as a pagan ... I did know
though that Christians did get a lot of their traditions of the ...
... in many countries and hence several legends are associated with its origin. ...
Burning the Yule Log is a crucial Christmas tradition today. ... follows the same
process of burning the log as does France but here the log is stored under a bed.
Aug 1, 2016 ... Even if you're not a yule log devotee, at this point you're probably at least familiar
with the ... Ever wonder where this quirky idea originated?
Dec 7, 2009 ... But we do know that it has long been recognized and honored in some ... The
term has been linked to and may originate from the Old Norse Jo. .... The first
direct reference to the Yule log can be found around the 17th century.
A yule log is burned because it is believed to bring good luck. ... And how did a
New York television impresario bring the yule log into so many American homes?
Where did Christmas originate? .... Food and good fellowship, the Yule log and
Yule cakes, greenery and fir trees, gifts and greetings all commemorated different