December 21st – The Winter Solstice
December 21st marks the Winter Solstice for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere who are Pagan. Solstice celebrations are expected to be held all around the world, recognizing a variety of secular and non-secular events. But the Solstice also rings in the start of Yule, the winter festival that marks the return of the Sun God.
Pagan observance of Yule begin at Sunset
on December 21st, 2019
Whatever your chosen path is, we hope you have a marvelous and joyful holiday season. Merry Yule!
- What Is Yuletide?
- The History Of Yule – The Winter Solstice
- Who is Santa Claus – A History
- The “Christmas” Tree In The Pagan World – Winter Solstice/Yuletide Decorations
- The Full Moon By Name – The Many Names of the Full Moon
- Working With The Moon – On PagansPath.com
Happy Solstice and Merry Yule
To You and all of Yours
During this Joyous Holiday Season!
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