December Full Moon, Winter Solstice, Christmas Eve Surprise...
December's Full Moon, the closest Full Moon to the Winter Solstice; hence, it is often called the Long Night Moon. The name originating from our Native American family.
The Celts, dating back well before the 10th century, called it the Oak Moon, and the "Moon Before the Yule." Yule was a three day Winter Solstice festival celebrated in parts of pre-Christian Europe. These people knew how to party.
It's a Full Moon weekend - that will quickly spirit us to the shortest day, the longest night,
Winter Solstice, December 21, 2021
The next day, the first day, of light increasing...Wahoo!