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After the daily shortening of the hours of daylight I am glad that today is the day of the Winter Solstice, the shortest day and the longest night of the year. I have always operated best under solar power and am ready to celebrate the rebirth of light! It seems hard to believe that I took.
Winter Solstice, the new sun was considered the most greatest celebration of all the world in ancient times. Winter Solstice dates back from ancient Egypt to many ancient cultures. It starts December 21/22 in the northern hemisphere in the southern hemisphere June 21/22. This will be the shortest day of the year as the rebirth of the sun is born.
Winter Solstice - Celebrating the Sacred Rebirth of Our Inner Light By jona bryndis, Dec 17 2017 03:00AM The Winter Solstice time marks the beginning of a new phase in our inner journey.
The Wiccan Calendar: Yule (Winter Solstice) Yule, a fire festival, is a time of celebrating the return of the light. From this point forward, the days will gradually grow longer again, until we reach the height of the Sun’s power at the Summer Solstice. Although we will still see comparatively little of the the Sun’s light for several more weeks,...
The sun’s rebirth has begun. On December 26, and for the following 10 days, we get one additional minute of light, followed by two minutes, then three and finally four minutes as day equalizes with night, and, on March 21, vernal equinox, we welcome the first day of spring. This mega-rhythm of each year’s seasons pulsates constantly .
THERE would be no glorious bursting forth of nature at Easter-time without the cyclic journey of the Sun. The Sun-cycle ushers springtime into the world above the equator, and the ancients regarded this as the reincarnation season of the year. The celebration of Ēoestre or Ostara is an old pagan festival, and is the origin…
Winter Solstice Celebrating light – Twin Flame Union Twin flames & all divine Soulmates go through intense emotional times during this time of the year. This is the most celebrated time of the year all over the World and even in ancient times. Not only is it the shortest day of the year but it is also the
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Celebrating Winter Solstice. by Selena Fox. Winter Solstice has been celebrated in cultures the world over for thousands of years. This start of the solar year is a celebration of Light and the rebirth of the Sun. In old Europe, it was known as Yule, from the Norse, Jul, meaning wheel.
Celebrating The Birth of the Sun. "If you can't believe that he [Jesus] was born on December 25th, then you can't believe anything else in the Bible!", or so stated a woman quoted in the Practice of Ministry in Canada article Enshrining Ignorance by Jim Taylor.