Sacred ash tree that binds Earth with 'Heaven
and the Underworld in Norse myths.
- the festival celebrated about Dec.
21, on the Winter Solstice (shortest day of year).
- 2) also called Alban Arthan, Jul,
and the Winter Solstice. Also see GWYL CANOL GAEAF. It marks the God's rebirth
from Goddess, and reminds us that Death's product is Rebirth! The American Heritage
Dictionary says modern 'yule' is from Middle English, 'yole' or 'yule'; which
comes from Old English 'geol/geohhol'; from Common Germanic, 'jehwla/jegwla',
Y TYLWYTH TEG:
(Means Beautiful People) The Faeire tradition
of Wales; A tradition brought to the U.S. by Rhuddlwm Gawr; also see WELSH TRADITION.
Idaho Web Design Tools