Mr E Talks About How the Elves Celebrate Yule

Since it is Yule today (also known as the Solstice to some), I thought I would upload a recent conversation Katie and I had with Mr E about how his people celebrate this important day.  Happy Yule, everyone!

Who is Mr E? He is the main spokesperson for the Elves of Fyn. The best way to get to know him is to listen to his many audio clips and read a couple of his interviews.

MR E AUDIOS, MR E TALKS ABOUT HIS WORLDMR E’S BLOG

By | 2016-11-17T16:22:05+00:00 December 21, 2013|Mr E Audio, The Elves of Fyn|4 Comments

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  1. Iridesa79 December 24, 2013 at 1:26 am - Reply

    Actually I didn’t know that Dec 21st was Solstice & Yule day. We celebrated it bcz it was the end of semester and I was planning to spend the entire day by chatting, watching TV and Music Jamming with my friends and that’s what we did and had a blast all day with amazing food. Happy Yule Day to Mr. E, Nat, Susan and all RF members. Good that I unknowingly celebrated Yule day. Take care Navneeta

  2. Kida December 24, 2013 at 5:20 pm - Reply

    Very interesting, I love the sound of the herbs in the bonfire and all that joy and dancing! I love celebrating solstice (summer and winter!) Happy Yule! Blessings for the new year and into the light we go!

  3. kida December 26, 2013 at 5:46 pm - Reply

    Yule is not so much a single day but a period of 2 lunar months starting from late november/early december on. A lot of the Christmas traditions today were actually taken from the pagan Yule traditions.

  4. Natalie Lynn December 27, 2013 at 12:48 pm - Reply

    Yes, you are right about Christmas replacing Yule. Well maybe you didn’t exactly say that, but I believe that was the Christian intention long, long ago. As far as the elves go, they only celebrate Yule for three days as Mr E mentioned. Thanks for the comments! 🙂

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