Introduction to the Winter Solstice

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The Wheel of the Year has turned once more, and today we discuss the history and traditions of the Winter Solstice, the astronomical occurrence which marks the longest night and shortest day of the year, corresponding with the Christian holiday, Christmas, and the pagan festival of Yule!

Thank you so much for watching! What have the Winter Solstice time holidays meant to you growing up? Has your connection to it changed over time? Have a closer look at it in your journal, and share some of your musings in the comments below!

Watch the short animated diagram of the sun’s path on the winter solstice here.

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9 thoughts on “Introduction to the Winter Solstice

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  2. Afura, thank you for sharing your thoughts with us, and thank you for helping educate others about our earth-based spirituality. I enjoy your videos and you are an inspiration. Blessed Yule and Happy Holidays! xo

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