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Christmas beliefs

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  • 1. *
  • 2. *Christmas steaming. Christmas bath ritual was meant to prepare people light the victory celebration. In a bath to wash not only physically but also symbolically purified from all energetically poor, " white washed the soul."
  • 3. * Divination and fortune casting. Christmas Eve was prevalent in the future divination. Especially with fortune telling tinkered unmarried daughters, who wanted to find out who will be their valentine . Soitor could try to see backwards alongside the furnace and through the crotch of view.
  • 4. *The Latvians counted the stars in the sky, the more were added, the better they yield to be expected.
  • 5. *Under the dishes stacked on the table bread, key rings,money,sand and let each take his own. Who pulls the bread-be wealthy, will be master-key, ring-marry, become money- rich, sandeverithing will break down and be built on sand.
  • 6. *the table must have at least 12 Christmas food all year prosperity at home
  • 7. *THE END *

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