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Pagan Legends & Lore for December

December, the twelfth and final month of the current Gregorian calendar and the first month Winter, derives its name from decem, the Latin word meaning ten, as December was the tenth month of the old Roman calendar.

The traditional birthstone amulets of December are the blue zircon and turquoise. The traditional flowers of December are holly, mistletoe, and poinsettia.

December is shared by the astrological signs of Sagittarius the Centaur-Archer and Capricorn the Goat, and is sacred to the following Pagan deities: Attis, Dionysus, Frey, Freya or Freyja, Kriss Kringle the Pagan god of Yule, Lucina, Woden, and the Wiccan Horned God consort of the Wiccan Goddess.

During the month of December, the Great Solar Wheel of the Year is turned to the Winter Solstice, one of the four Lesser Sabbats celebrated each year by Pagans, Wiccans, and Witches throughout the world.

December 12

     The victories of good over evil and light over darkness are celebrated annually at sunset on this date approximately with the Zoroastrian fire festival of Sada.

     In Mexico, the annual Our Lady of Guadalupe religious festival takes place on this day. It is a sacred day to the goddesses Coatlique, Tonantzin, and the Black Madonna.

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