Yule winter-solstice resurrection of sun-gods

Yule is resurrection of our sun-god at winter solstice. Our cycles carry us forward. Yule is all joy

Yule varies a bit from year to year (22nd , 21st , 20th , of December). Yule, winter-solstice, is resurrection of sun-gods. So peaceful.
Some celebrate our Holy Season by overeating, and spending money, and all stress and hurry.
Baldur, as all sun-gods, goes to Hel, Helia, at every yule, and is resurrected.
Hermóður (Her-móður, or Herm-óður, different meanings) rides to Hel to resurrect his beloved son.
–Drawing from old manuscript, detail says: Baldur hinn góði (/the good) – and note the sun there.–
We have a peaceful höfuðblót (main-blót) at yule. The gift of light (–days grow longer–) to come after winter-solstice is the greatest present to get at yule.
We can see, in Iceland, shortest day on the southern sky, and we see the longest day (summer-solstice) on the northern sky.
And there are summer-solstice caves, in Ireland, in Iceland ad esempio, so this was important to know. And know about the Mexico pyramid too.