Yule Correspondencs

Incense: bayberry, pine, cedar, rosemary, juniper, frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh.

Tools: bells

Stones/Gems: Blue zircon, turquoise, serpentine, jacinth, peridot.

Colors: Red, Green, White, Silver, Gold

Symbols & Decorations: Yule log, mistletoe (for protection throughout the year, best burned at Samhain the following year), wreaths, fire, garlands of dried flowers, popcorn, cinnamon sticks etc., apples, oranges, Yule tree. Holly, ivy, wheel, fir or pine bows.

Foods: nuts, apples, oranges, caraway nuts, mulled wine, mulled cider, roast turkey, goose or ham, popcorn, roasts (especially pork)

Deities: Athena, Attis, Dionysus, Fates, Frey , Freyja, Hathor, Hecate, Ixchel, Kris Kringle (as the Pagan God of Yule), Lucina, Minerva, Neith, Norns, Odin, Osiris, Woden, and the Horned God

Nature Spirits: snow faeries, storm faeries, winter tree faeries.

Herbs and Flowers: holly, mistletoe, rosemary, oak, spruce and pine cones, ivy, fir, pine and spruce boughs, poinsettia, “Christmas” flowering cactus

Animals: reindeer, the stag, mouse, deer, horse, bear

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