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тгреадс распродазга джкн3 еглектроннажа форма 229 мемберс сандмартын 445

 

According to another legend, the Christmas tree was introduced into use by Martin Luther, who was walking through the forest at Christmas and saw a star shining above the Christmas tree, which seemed to him to be absolutely identical to the Star of Bethlehem, and he put that Christmas tree in his home and decorated it with a star. This is how the Christmas tree allegedly came to Western Europe. And later, in the 19th century, it was borrowed by France, later taken over by England, it even stood in the Windsor Palace, and later German immigrants who moved to America also brought a Christmas tree. Initially, when the Christmas tree appeared, it was decorated with fruits, apples, for example, which symbolize the same Original Sin of Adam and Eve.

When Zorya came down, the celebration began. At this time, they first brought Didukh into the house. Under the table, under the tablecloth, under the dish - kutyu - they put straw, this straw woman, which in the current interpretation already symbolizes the manger in which Christ was born. And originally, it was probably a symbol of grain, a rich harvest. Garlic cloves were placed on the corners of the table - amulets against evil spirits. It all started with Didukh. No one sat down at the table until the father brought this Grandfather into the house.

Как рудимент древних магических ритуалов, колядки и щедривки призывали богов (языческое "Ой Даждьбоже!", трансформированное в "Ой дай Боже!") дать хозяину (или хозяйке, парню, девушке) доброе здоровье и хозяйственные достатки (в древние времена было аверсом и реверсом одной медали), связанных с хорошим урожаем, благоприятными условиями возделывания земли, доходов в доме (особенно скота). Средством художественных сравнений, эпитетов, метафор превозносится, восхваляется хозяин, члены его семьи, которым желают доброй судьбы, здоровья, любви, добрых браков и т.д.


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