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Cakes, eggs, “Christ is risen” - “Truly risen” - it would seem that it can be more traditional and understandable than Christian Easter. After the New year and the celebration of his own birthday Easter occupies an honorable third place in a series of secular and religious holidays. But in fact, this holiday is also not so. Let's understand.
It is for some reason celebrated on Sunday after the first full moon, which came after the day of the vernal equinox. Thus, combines the lunar and solar calendar. This alone is quite strange, because the resurrection of Christ as a historical event can not be a floating date, celebrated on may 1, April 5 or 28, as it is now.
About the fact that the story of the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ suspiciously resembles the story of the birth, life and death of Greek Mithras or Roman Dionysus, Egyptian Osiris or Syrian Adonis, we have already told in the video about Christmas.
And what has the pagan roots of Easter?
“Easter” was the name of the spring folk festival dedicated to the sun, in the Eastern and some southern Slavs.
There was, of course, and the Great Night - a period of low solar activity from autumn to spring equinox.
Continuation of Magnanimity was so-called “Lighted week”, which lasted for eight days. It was believed that during this week the souls of the dead visit living relatives and friends, drink, eat and rejoice with them. Memorial day of this week was the first (in some regions - second) day of Easter (or Velikodnaya) and Nevsky Thursday. People began to break the fast - they went to the cemetery to break the fast with the dead. And here the Orthodox Church denies such traditions, stating that trips to the cemetery at Easter is not a Christian tradition. Nevertheless, it is widely practiced.
In fact, its origins should be sought in pre-Christian culture. In the Slavic calendar there is such a holiday - the day of Memory of Ancestors, when services are performed in all cemeteries and graveyards, graves and burial mounds induced cleanliness and order. In addition to the gifts and demands of the deceased ancestors on the graves lit sacred lights (candles, lamps, fireflies).
Strange it turns out: Slavs we are officially almost the youngest and to the baptism of the barbaric people, but their tradition is still relevant in the 21st century? To understand the next historical forgery with the Slavic "youth" will help you interview Professor and genetics Anatoly Klesov on the channel AWARENESS, we recommend it to all to view
But back to the holiday and its traditions
But the week before Velikodnaya (i.e. Easter) was called in the old red, Mermaid or Holy week.
The celebration was prepared for the whole Red week — from Monday to Saturday did the house General cleaning, whitewashed ovens and even the walls, waiting for a visit to the souls of dead relatives. The main preparations were made on Thursday, which is still called Clean Thursday. From that day until Saturday of the same week, Housewives baked Easter cakes, painted eggs, baked meat; men put a swing, harvested wood for the holiday and so on.
But even today, little has changed - Housewives, especially in the village, it is a week before Easter trying to bring your home and yard in order.
Interestingly, the southern Slavs the most important spring holiday is called St. George's day. Sorbs have the name of the holiday comes from the word "morning", and Easter is called jutry "jutro" — Easter, Easter sounds like an adjective "utron" jutrowny, the morning is called "morning" jutro . Here's to you, grandma, and St. George, or rather, Outrow day!
Watching every time Easter cakes and painted eggs in the store, have you ever wondered: and what does Christ do here? Did he come back from the egg? or did he break with his disciples not a loaf of bread, but a cake with raisins and white glaze? Of course, like everything else, cakes are pre-Christian traditions. Cakes are a symbol of fertility. And it has analogues in the Indian tradition. Here, for example, lingam - the sacred stone of the Hindus.
During the ritual, it is watered with milk - that is, a symbol of fertile seed. On Easter cakes we see it in the form of white glaze.
The churchmen themselves have to admit that this is not their tradition:
“Easter cake was never known in the old Testament Easter, and indeed in Christianity. The origin of the Easter cake is pagan.”
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