The winter solstice typically occurs on the 21st or 22nd of December in the Northern Hemisphere while those in the Southern Hemisphere celebrates on the 21st or 22nd of June. Click through to find traditional celebration ideas, crafts, and decorations you can make to celebrate the winter solstice!

Ways to Celebrate the Winter Solstice

The winter solstice typically occurs on the 21st or 22nd of December in the Northern Hemisphere while those in the Southern Hemisphere celebrates on the 21st or 22nd of June. Click through to find traditional celebration ideas, crafts, and decorations you can make to celebrate the winter solstice!

Winter Solstice is December 21st each year and is one of the oldest  celebrated holidays. It marks the first official day of winter and is the  shortest day of the year. It's also a period of time when the sun sets and  rises in the same part of the sky. In it's simplest form, it's a great day  to gather with your friends and family, enjoy each others company and  celebrate starting a new winter together! Decorate with a pine tree (or  Christmas Tree!), pine cones, winter berries, rosemar...

A Winter Solstice Celebration

Winter Solstice is December 21st each year and is one of the oldest celebrated holidays. It marks the first official day of winter and is the shortest day of the year. It's also a period of time when the sun sets and rises in the same part of the sky. In it's simplest form, it's a great day to gather with your friends and family, enjoy each others company and celebrate starting a new winter together! Decorate with a pine tree (or Christmas Tree!), pine cones, winter berries, rosemar...

The Ogham Grove is formed of the twenty traditional ogham trees placed in their correct sequence.  Yew is in the north for Winter Solstice; Ash is in the east for Spring Equinox; Apple in the south for Summer Solstice; and Elder in the west for the Autumn Equinox.

The Ogham Grove is formed of the twenty traditional ogham trees placed in their correct sequence. Yew is in the north for Winter Solstice; Ash is in the east for Spring Equinox; Apple in the south for Summer Solstice; and Elder in the west for the Autumn Equinox.

The winter solstice, or Yule, is associated with a number of plants for spiritual purposes. Let's look at seven plants that are sacred to Yule.

7 Sacred Plants for Yule, the Winter Solstice

The winter solstice, or Yule, is associated with a number of plants for spiritual purposes. Let's look at seven plants that are sacred to Yule.

This is good to remember..especially as we start seeing all those Christmas decorations ! We cannot allow ourselves to find ourselves attracted to things that have such horrible origins...origins that truly displease our Creator!

This is good to remember..especially as we start seeing all those Christmas decorations ! We cannot allow ourselves to find ourselves attracted to things that have such horrible origins...origins that truly displease our Creator!

21 Dec Winter Solstice:Yule is the time of the winter solstice, when the sun child is reborn, an image of the return of all new life born through the love of the Gods. Within the Northern Tradition Yule is regarded as the New Year.

21 Dec Winter Solstice:Yule is the time of the winter solstice, when the sun child is reborn, an image of the return of all new life born through the love of the Gods. Within the Northern Tradition Yule is regarded as the New Year.

Nature Bound Pagan - Yule - Winter Solstice  - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Nature Bound Pagan - Yule - Winter Solstice - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

How To Celebrate The Winter Solstice Like The Ancients ––– The winter solstice is an astronomical event that has been celebrated since ancient times. We have several great ideas to help you celebrate!

How To Celebrate The Winter Solstice Like The Ancients ––– The winter solstice is an astronomical event that has been celebrated since ancient times. We have several great ideas to help you celebrate!

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