тгреадс сва 3 1025 мемберс неджес 8648

тгреадс сва 3 1025 мемберс неджес 8648

 

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.

We also have an oak - a sacred tree - the Perun tree. In the same way, among the ancient Germanic peoples, it was the Tree of Thor. And therefore, we have such assimilation - a Christmas tree appears from different layers of culture. According to legend, the Christmas tree as a symbol of Christmas appears allegedly in the 7th century, when Saint Boniface, in Germany, cut down an ancient tree of the pagans - the Tree of Thor, that oak rolled down and felled all the trees, and only the Christmas tree was not felled. And then Boniface said that the fir tree is a symbol of God, it has a triangular shape, and he tied it to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Sprinkling with grain, after the performance of generosity, is always done with a saying:
"Fortunately, for health! births God, rye, wheat and all the arable land! And for us it's a firecracker."
According to the content, nature and purpose of the charity, it is a panegyric-glorious New Year's greeting. They are, as it were, an addendum to Christmas carols and are an integral part of Christmas carols.
Traditional Christmas and New Year rites, carols and Christmas gifts are a real treasury of our people, which you need to get to know deeply.


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