|summer solstice 2000||1.76||0.6||3387||70|
|summer solstice 2007||1.44||0.1||2717||10|
|summer solstice 2005||0.71||0.4||1249||80|
|summer solstice 2008||0.44||0.9||7569||97|
|summer solstice 2001||1.98||0.2||4347||87|
|summer solstice 2003||1.78||0.4||2409||71|
|summer solstice 2009||0.41||0.7||9934||85|
|summer solstice 2002||1.46||0.2||2704||31|
|summer solstice 2004||0.95||1||9258||31|
|summer solstice 2006||1.12||0.2||662||60|
|summer solstice 2005 film||1.67||0.1||1432||75|
Winter Solstice, or Yule, celebrations focus on the promise of the coming light. So why do we celebrate it? Because Yule is a time of hope and understanding that the world is darkest just before the light. It's a lovely reminder that if we hold on, light and joy are on their way to us once again.What is the spiritual meaning of winter solstice?
The spiritual significance of winter solstice is that it is the rebirth of the sun. A renewed energy can be noticed in all aspects of life. The spiritual significance of the eclipse is that ignorance has eclipsed our minds and self knowledge but it is temporary and passing phase.What are the winter solstice holidays?
The pagan Scandinavian and Germanic people of northern Europe celebrated a twelve-day "midwinter" (winter solstice) holiday called Yule (also called Jul, Julblot, jólablót, midvinterblot, julofferfest).