Yule/Winter Solstice Customs and Practices — ravenhawks’ magazine

Many of the ancient traditions surrounding Yuletide are concerned with coping with the darkness and the evils it was thought to harbor and helping the return of light and warmth. Yule Log The Pagan Saxons celebrated the feast of Yule with plenty of ale and blazing fires, of which our Yule log is the last […] Yule/Winter Solstice Customs and Practices — ravenhawks’ magazine Continue reading Yule/Winter Solstice Customs and Practices — ravenhawks’ magazine

Yule/Winter Solstice — ravenhawks’ magazine

The Winter Solstice or Yule is also the shortest day of the year, and hence – the longest night. This year it takes place on December 21st. various other names for the Winter Solstice include Midwinter, Yuletide (the Teutonic version), Alban Arthan (Caledonii Tradition, or the Druids), Feill Fionnain (Pecti-Wita Tradition, which falls on December […] Yule/Winter Solstice — ravenhawks’ magazine Continue reading Yule/Winter Solstice — ravenhawks’ magazine

Delicious Food Gifts That’ll Impress ~Literally~ Anyone Who Likes to Eat — StyleCaster — ravenhawks’ magazine

I think’s a solid assumption to say that almost everyone I know loves to eat. Sure, some of them don’t like to actually cook the food that they consume, but they enjoy the final results nonetheless. Just like free samples passed out at your local grocery store, edible food gifts are definitely the best receive… Delicious […] Delicious Food Gifts That’ll Impress ~Literally~ Anyone Who Likes to … Continue reading Delicious Food Gifts That’ll Impress ~Literally~ Anyone Who Likes to Eat — StyleCaster — ravenhawks’ magazine