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Twelfth Night culminates the twelve days of Yule, each day of which represents a month of the preceding year. Because it is the night that the ancestral ghosts depart, Twelfth Night is also considered a good time to rid your home of any unwanted ghosts or spirits. Some Asatruars celebrate this holiday by keeping a vigil all night, followed by a bonfire at dawn Reflect on the past year, take stock and form a plan for the future. Swear your new year’s oath on Freya’s boar or on your Hammer.