The Winter Solstice or Yule is also the shortest day of the year, and hence – the longest night. This year it takes place on December 21st. various other names for the Winter Solstice include Midwinter, Yuletide (the Teutonic version), Alban Arthan (Caledonii Tradition, or the Druids), Feill Fionnain (Pecti-Wita Tradition, which falls on December […]

Yule/Winter Solstice — ravenhawks’ magazine

Winter Solstice 2020 — Wood Wind & Water

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new seeds germinate dreaming of warmth of sunlight and gentle rains~ dreaming of stretching of reaching of winding around obstacles of rooting deeply new seeds from mature ancestors envisioning growth out of mended mistakes and scars~ embodied wisdom nourishes each germinating new seed

Winter Solstice 2020 — Wood Wind & Water

Winter Solstice/Yule Correspondences — The Desert Path

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Winter Solstice/Yule Correspondences December 21 (approximately) Colors: Red, Green, White, Gold, Silver Sacred Stones: Quartz Crystal, Turquoise, Lemon Quartz, Peridot, Serpentine, Garnet, Bloodstone, Ruby, Black Onyx, Herbs: All evergreens, Bay, Blessed Thistle, Chamomile, Ash, Holly, Mistletoe, Ivy, Pine/Fir cones, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Myrrh Symbols: Yule Log or Tree, evergreen wreaths, holly/mistletoe, Cinnamon sticks, Bells, Spinning Wheels […]

Winter Solstice/Yule Correspondences — The Desert Path

Winter Solstice — Julia Sforza

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Winter solstice is in a few days and with it comes The Great Conjunction. Saturn and Jupiter will come close to each other and look aligned to our eyes. They haven’t come this close to each other in hundreds of years. It’s funny how we get excited about these things. What do they mean? This […]

Winter Solstice — Julia Sforza