Historical and linguistic origins of yule
Although it is led to believe that Yule is an ancient Germanic pagan festival, the evidence shows the opposite: yule is a transition between the Christian and pagan folklore tradition. in fact is known as between 300 and 1100 missionaries were committed to convert the pagans to Catholicism also drawing on Pagan traditions or modifying them.
In this case despite the batlcio area were actually present ylir calls parties, the Anglo-Saxon historian Bede names sources months of December and January as months “Giuli” for the ancient name of the feast of Yule is precisely Geola Germanic: jeulo or better jehwlą
(note the similarity in pronunciation with the Tetragrammaton jhwh vulgarized then Jehovah).
Symbols of Worship
Although in popular cult/modern vernacular of Christmas, are actually Pagan traditions symbols like Santa Claus (actually Odin and not san nicola), trunk or Christmas tree, Holly … the kind of party celebrates the rising of the new Sun or the birth of the new Sun, party pertaining typically solar mithraic cultures (mithraism from which Christianity draws a lot).
Actually the true Germanic pagan festival was ModraNiht Modra Nacth or the feast of the mother, perhaps sorpavvisuta party to more than 40,000 in the popular traditions similar to the feast of Saint Lucia.