Celebrating the Winter Solstice: Have a Blessed Yule

The Sisters of the Fey

Yule log burning: Pixabay.com

I want to wish you all a Blessed YULE! Today is the celebration of the Winter Solstice when we celebrate the shortest day and longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere.

Witchology.com shares the history of the winter solstice.

The Winter Sabbat

One of the eight Sabbats of Witchcraft, this season, known as Yule, the great annual festival of Saturn, the Saturnalia, of Pagan Rome, Dies Natalis Solis Invicti of the Mithras cult, the Winter Solstice is a sacred time in the Pagan calendar.

But what does it mean and how is it celebrated? Witchology.com explores the ancient festivals, folklore, and mythology, and publishes complete texts of modern Wiccan rituals and recipes. Click the link to learn more.


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