6-009 HELEN ROBERTSON YULE, (John Yule1) the daughter of John Yule (6-
001) and Elizabeth Jack, was born on 2 August 1825, Liff Village, Liff & Benvie.
She was on the 1851 census (SR 301 ed1 p5) Liff Village, Liff & Benvie. 6-010 ...
2-091 WILLIAM ANDREW YULE, son of John Yule and Elizabeth Hatt, was born
on 26 July 1846, Chambly, Quebec, Canada, and died on 9 September 1903, at
15 Wellington Square, Ayr, Ayrshire. His estate was left to William A. Anderson, ...
The Yule Log In olden times, the Yule log was traditionally made of oak, although
a log of ash was said to bring luck and insight. The first step in preparing for the Yule log ceremony was the cleansing and blessing of the home. The women of ...
Author: Susan Pesznecker
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Yule—also known as the Winter Solstice—is celebrated when nighttime has reached its maximum length, and there is a promise of brighter days to come as candles are lit and feasts are enjoyed. This guide shows you how to perform rituals and work magic with the energy of rebirth and renewal that comes with the return of the light. Rituals Recipes Lore Spells Divination Crafts Correspondences Invocations Prayers Meditations Llewellyn's Sabbat Essentials explore the old and new ways of celebrating the seasonal rites that are the cornerstones of the witch's year.
The Yule log of today takes several different forms. For some, it remains what it's
been in ages past: the primary piece of wood in a cheery Yuletide fire. At my
house, our Yule log is decorative: a slab of wood adorned with holiday
Author: Jason Mankey
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Filled with dozens of magical tips, recipes, crafts, and spells, Llewellyn's Little Book of Yule shares everything you need to make your Yuletide memorable and enchanting. From wassail blessings to the spirits of the solstice, this book delves into the lore of familiar traditions as well as observances that may be brand new to you, making it an invaluable resource for bringing meaning and magic to your holiday season.
ABSTRACT The Colorado Yule marble, quarried in Marble, Colo., is a very pure
white marble, and it has been widely acclaimed for its quality and purity. This
marble has been used for many prominent buildings; one of the most notable is
But there’s little room for holiday cheer when murder is the new seasonal tradition . . . YULE LOG MURDER by LESLIE MEIER Lucy Stone is thrilled to be cast as an extra in a festive period film—until the set becomes a murder scene.
Author: Leslie Meier
Publisher: Kensington Books
Fresh-baked desserts can warm even the frostiest Christmas in coastal Maine. But there’s little room for holiday cheer when murder is the new seasonal tradition . . . YULE LOG MURDER by LESLIE MEIER Lucy Stone is thrilled to be cast as an extra in a festive period film—until the set becomes a murder scene. Returning to her role as sleuth, Lucy dashes to restore peace to Tinker’s Cove, unwrap a cold-hearted criminal’s MO—and reveal how one ornate Yule log cake could possibly cause so much drama. DEATH BY YULE LOG by LEE HOLLIS Hayley Powell’s holidays aren’t off to a very merry start. Not only has her daughter brought Conner—an infuriatingly perfect new beau—home to Bar Harbor, but a local troublemaker has been found dead with traces of Hayley’s signature Yule log cake on his body. . . . And Conner is the prime murder suspect. LOGGED ON by BARBARA ROSS Julia Snowden can’t make a decent Bûche de Noël to save her life, so she enlists the help of her eccentric neighbor, Mrs. St. Onge, in hopes of mastering the dessert for Christmas. But with everyone in the older woman’s circle missing or deceased, it’s up to Julia to stop the deadly tidings before she’s the next Busman’s Harbor resident to meet a not-so-jolly fate.
Not every holiday story that we see an icon of or hear a snippet of during Yule is
worthy of our participation. We need to focus on the Spirit of Yule and follow its
inspiration when collecting and remembering seasonal tales. While you might ...
Author: Montague Whitsel
In the myth and folklore of ancient European cultures and spiritual traditions, the longest night of the year, called Winter Solstice, was a time of transition during which people sought out personal renewal and rebirth. The Fires of Yule provides a template and a pattern for entering deeply into the Winter Solstice Season, experiencing it in poetic and transformative ways through a contemporary calendar called “The Thirteen Dayes of Yule.” Readers of The Fires of Yule will follow a pilgrim path of the Thirteen Dayes from 13 to 25 December, engaging in various myths, symbols, stories, and rituals associated with each day. Becoming ‘practitioners’ of the Yule, deepening their experience of the Winter Solstice, they will move beyond the more banal and commercialized forms of ‘the December holidays.’ The calendar of the Thirteen Dayes is sourced (historically) in Celtic myth and Paganism, as well as (imaginatively) in the lore of the Elves of ancient pre-Celtic worlds. This book brings together many of the best-known icons and customs of modern Christmas traditions, re-sourcing them in the light of a Pagan Hearth and offering touchstones for self-renewal at Winter Solstice. This revised edition of The Fires of Yule presents the mystic pattern of Thirteen Dayes in its fullest expression, narrated in the voice of a fictional character, Cornelius Whitsel, a student of religion and a Pagan spiritual director in the Keltelven Traditions who lives in the imagined landscape of Ross County, Pennsylvania. Cornelius has been a character in two of Montague Whitsel’s other books; Ham Farir: The Faring of Matthew Thorin Dier (2008) and Tales from the Seasons (2009). The Fires of Yule is the culmination of more than three decades of the author’s devout engagement with the Yule and deep reflection on the nature of the Winter Solstice. Montague Whitsel has explored, studied and practiced Western spiritualities grounded in the Celtic, Neo-Pagan and Monastic traditions for more than 40 years.
... and joyous new year. The 12 days of Yule celebrate The 12 days of Yule
celebrate This is the season of Yule: This is the season of Yule: Thetime whenwe
honor Thetime whenwe honor Activity: draw or paste a picture of what Yule
An activity book that helps children celebrate Yule through coloring or pasting pictures.
Daniel Bran Griffith. Yule The Winter Solstice Alban Arthuan or Mother Night The
Hearth of the Turning Wheel Yule Ritual Written by. -15-
Author: Daniel Bran Griffith
This work contains an example of only one ritual performed by the Hearth of the Turning Wheel, an independent Pagan celebratory group based in Derbyshire. It is an example of our evolving liturgy and we offer the content as a torch and as an inspiration to our fellow seekers.
USA Today bestselling Needlecraft mystery series--with pattern included. Part-time sleuth and full-time owner of the needlework shop Crewel World, Betsy Devonshire prepares for a chilling holiday season filled with mistletoe--and murder.
Release on 1916 | by Mary Poague Pringle, Clara A. Urann
So far as recorded, Columbus was the only one among the Spaniards who
received gifts during this first Yule-tide in America. But what seemed a cruel fate
to him was the means of bestowing a valuable gift upon the world. Had the Santa
234 THE END OF THE YULE LOG . Just as she spoke , a great log on the fire ,
that had been blazing and flashing all the evening , crumbled into a mass of
glowing embers . “ Yes , ” said Will : “ let us go . Our Yule Log has burned US Out
SCANDINAVIAN YULE. THE Autumn Festival, held between October 9 and 14;
the Spring Festival, celebrated between February 9 and t4; and the Summer
Festival, kept between June 9 and 14, are without doubt, according to Snorri's
A Christmas Story Leona Dalrymple. When the Yule Log Burns A Christmas Story
Leona Dalrymple Start Classics When the Yule Log Burns A Christmas Story By
Leona. Front Cover.
Author: Leona Dalrymple
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Leona Dalrymple (Mrs. C. Acton Wilson) (1884-? ) was an American author. In 1914, she won a prize of $10,000 for her novel, Diane of the Green Van (1914). Among her other stories are The Colonel's Maid (1910), Traumerei (1912), Uncle Noah's Christmas Inspiration (1913), The Lovable Meddler (1915), Jimsy; The Christmas Kid (1915), When the Yule-Log Burns: A Christmas Story (1916), Kenny (1917), Paul stories (1920) and Fool's Hill (1922). She also wrote short stories for magazines and moving picture scenarios.
... with Spirited Crystal 9am Study Hall Study Group with Silvermoon Willow 6pm
10 Study Hall Study Group Raiwvynn Dusana 9pm 11 12 December SotMC
Winners: Yule Contest 13 14 Study Hall Study Group with Silvermoon Willow
4pm 15 ...
Hot New York jazz player Larry Minsky combines a great mix of jazz harmonies and swing styles in this exciting intermediate piano solo collection. There is a written-out improvisation for every piece giving performers an authentic professional jazz sound. Includes six Christmas favorites and one Hannukah melody: * O Come All Ye Faithful * Sevivon * O Christmas Tree * What Child Is This * Pat-A-Pan * We Wish You a Merry Christmas * Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
This is the story of an everyday American hero: Terry Schmidt, a Colorado cowboy who holds the "Office" of Santa Claus. This book chronicles his experiences as Santa Claus and the stories of the people he has touched. When you're Santa Claus, children give you mementos, wish lists, funny and heartwarming moments, and sometimes the cold virus going around the elementary school. In this book you will find some of the treasures Terry has collected over the years (minus the cold, of course). Also in this book, you will find pictures of Santa Terry, a couple of his stories told in his cowboy way, and some newspaper articles that have been written about him over the years.