' Omdat het  komend jaar (2020) een schrikkeljaar is, is de winterwende dit jaar op 22 december in plaats van op 21 december. 

Nee dat zeg ik verkeerd, omdat de #winterwende  dit jaar op 22 december is in plaats van op 21 december, 

is het komend jaar een #schrikkeljaar (2020)! ' 


Twee keer per jaar hebben we een #zonnewende . Dat is het moment dat de zon het meest noordelijke of zuidelijke punt van de aarde bereikt. De zon staat dan recht boven de #kreeftskeerkring of de #steenbokskeerkring .

Er is een #winterwende  of #decemberwende . De zon schijnt dan op de steenbokskeerkring. 

Er is een #zomerwende  of #juniwende . De zon schijnt dan op de kreeftskeerkring. 

In de tussenliggende periodes beweegt de zon zich dus schijnbaar (want de zon staat stil en draait alleen om z’n eigen as, het is de aarde die om de zon  heen draait en de stand van de zon bepaalt) richting de andere keerkring, waardoor de dagen langer worden, of juist korter op het andere halfrond. 

Op het moment dat de zon precies boven de evenaar schijnt, dan zijn de dag en de nacht precies even lang. 


In situatie 1 is op het Noordelijk halfrond de langste dag en de kortste nacht (begin van de zomer) en op het zuidelijk halfrond de kortste dag en de langste nacht. 

De juniwende is meestal op 21 juni  maar in het schrikkeljaar op 20 juni


In situatie 2 is op het Noordelijk halfrond de kortste dag en de langste nacht (begin van de winter) en op het zuidelijk halfrond de langste dag en de kortste nacht.

De decemberwende is meestal 21 december maar voorafgaande van een schrikkeljaar op 22 december. 


Het Latijnse woord voor zonnewende betekent eigenlijk #zonnestilstand  ( #solstitium )

Op het noordelijk halfrond wordt de winterwende al eeuwen lang gevierd, omdat het een moment van het ‘nieuwe licht’ is na een donkere periode. De dagen worden weer langer vanaf de winterwende.  Een  voorbeeld hiervan is het #Yule feest .

De Romeinen vierden een #zonnewendefeest  op op 21 december voor de god Saturnus. Een feest met veel licht en vuur.

Mogelijk is de datum van het #Kerstfeest  ook terug te voeren op de winterzonnewende. Het feest van de Onoverwinnelijke Zon werd al in de vierde eeuw na Christus gevierd. Mogelijk heeft het Christendom deze datum overgenomen omdat Christus ook met de zon wordt geassocieerd.

Ook het #luciafeest   wordt in Noord-Europa nog altijd gevierd. Een lichtfeest dat in Nederland in Beek ook jaarlijks wordt gevierd.

Deze tekst is gebaseerd op de teksten die ik gevonden heb bij Wikipedia

Ik heb geprobeerd het in mijn eigen woorden, en met een eigen afbeelding in een blog te gieten, zodat het begrijpelijk wordt voor meer mensen. Mochten er hierdoor fouten zijn ontstaan in de tekst, dan lees ik dat graag in de reacties, zodat ik het kan aanpassen. #factcheck  

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