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A Celebration of Light and Warmth

By: Dorothy Morrison
Series: Holiday Series #2
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9781567184969
English  |  216 pages | 8 x 9 x 1 IN
Pub Date: September 2000
Price: $14.95 US,  $22.95 CAN
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"...stuffed with truths, fictions, superstitions, and history. There's also practical info, from holiday-oriented recipes to ways to remove Grinchiness from parties." --L.A. Times

"Yule is a book for those who love the holiday season in any form. Filled with history and lore of the season, this book truly is "a celebration of light and warmth," as the subtitle so aptly states." --Beth Derochea, Rambles: A Cultural Arts Magazine.

"...an interesting compendium of folklore, traditions, recipes, and gift and decoration ideas to brighten up the winter holidays."
--NAPRA ReView

"Yule: A Celebration of Light and Warmth isn't a book for people who want to sit in their armchair and passively read and absorb knowledge. It's for people who want to do."
--The Cauldron, a Pagan Forum

"Dorothy Morrison's Yule takes a lighthearted approach to preparing for the holidays. Her prescriptions for making light work of the necessary preseason housecleaning include little rhyming chants that imbue objects with mystical blessings. Most of these versions are based on pre-Christian, pagan North European traditions where trees are divine and celebrations focus on nature's solstice. Morrison's simple recipes cover the usual hearty winter comfort foods. Morrison also offers a daily calendar for the month of December for pagans to substitute for the traditional Advent wreath." --Booklist Magazine

"...this guide to Yule is a treasured gift of celebrations."
--Heather Froeschl, www.BookReview.com

Pagan religion is visual. We don't just hear our gods, we see them! The practice of theurgy teaches us how to see the gods in three forms: their representation in art, in the faces of other people, and in the temple of our own bodies. I've engaged in each of these practices and they all are flourishing today. Bodies of Stone I get excited in... read this article
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