Christmas is and always has been a time of chivalry, reaping, and sharing. The Giving of Yourself to help others in Appreciation of the Gift of Life a time of reflection.
Every year the Sun, which is the nucleus of this solar system, appears to stop moving. It is at the end of its cycle and is at rest, in peace for 3 days.
This is commonly and scientifically known as the “Winter Solstice” which begins on December 22nd. Three days later, on December 25th, the Sun begins movement and is considered “air-born again”.
This is a true cycle of occurrence that repeats it- self religiously and relentlessly every year, without fail. Nature and Science is evidence of Gods’ Mira- cles.
The sharing of this information is the truth void of opinions, and prejudices, and can be observed by all Universally.
This Winter Solstice, God invites you to take no- tice, during the day or night, of the stillness in the air during the 3 day cycle of the Winter Solstice. At the completion of the Solstice when the Sun is born again, it will begin to fertilize during the long nights of win- ter, in harmony with the universe, all that the earth has recycled, during the fall season.
All that is deemed regenerative will be born again in the Spring.
Thus proof of everlasting life and the significance of the Evergreen (Christmas) Tree. Herein until the New Year, your deeds and seeds of thought will also be fertilized and waiting to come forth at the Vernal Equinox of Spring— Natures Natural New Year.
Source R.V. Bey
The word solstice comes from the Latin words for "sun" and "to stand still.” In the Northern Hemisphere, as summer advances to winter, the points on the horizon where the Sun rises and sets advance southward each day; the high point in the Sun’s daily path across the sky, which occurs at local noon, also moves southward each day.
At the winter solstice, the Sun’s path has reached its southernmost position. The next day, the path will advance northward. However, a few days before and after the winter solstice, the change is so slight that the Sun’s path seems to stay the same, or stand still. The Sun is directly overhead at "high-noon" on Winter Solstice at the latitude called the Tropic of Capricorn.
Late dawn. Early sunset. Short day. Long night. For us in the Northern Hemisphere, the December solstice marks the longest night and shortest day of the year. Meanwhile, on the day of the December solstice, the Southern Hemisphere has its longest day and shortest night. This special day is coming up on Sunday, December 21 at 23:03 UTC (5:03 p.m. CST).
Winter solstice is the day with the fewest hours of sunlight during the whole year. In the Northern Hemisphere, it occurs around December 21 or 22. In the Southern Hemisphere, around June 20 or 21.
A fun fact about the coming solstice is that it occurs within about two-and-a-half hours of a new moon. No matter where you live on Earth’s globe, a solstice is your signal to celebrate.