Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, be plenteous in mercy is to have the real spirit of Christmas. Calvin Coolidge.

Sunday, 23 December 2012

Christmas Divinations

Christmas Divinations

The birth of Jesus Christ brought with it a whirlwind of superstitions, omens and predictions. On the day of Jesus Christ's birth, many were believed to have felt a breeze laden with scents and fragrances of a new beginning. The birth of Christianity began with the birth of Jesus Christ, on that one night, in a small shed in Bethlehem. Ever since Christianity's inception, there have been various saints who have been worshipped time and again, including Saint Nicholas. The worship of saint-like people automatically meant that there was a lot of idolizing and paganism being followed. This brought with it, countless superstitions and religious beliefs that have been used for divinations and future predictions time and again. Many sought to change the course of future basing their prophecies on a few Christmas superstitions. Thus, on the day of Christmas, there are various good and bad omens that are classified based on many things. The question here isn't how these superstitions affected people but how bizarre they could really get. Read on for some ancient, yet entertaining superstitions.

Christmas Divinations, Beliefs & Myths

  • In ancient Russia, girls would peel an onion and leave it under their pillows at night. They would chant a silent prayer and if they dreamt about a man at night, that man would become their future mate, even if they had never met him before. This sort of tradition was followed for Saint Thomas’ Eve, and young girls would eagerly wait to dream about their future partner.

These are some of the Christmas divinations superstitions that are said to affect people' lives for good. Although many of these beliefs have been pushed aside in the modern times, there are still various sections of the society who follow and believe in them by the book. From making a wish while stirring the Christmas pudding to shaking the elder tree for a suitor, these are some of the few Christmas superstitions that are believed by many around the world during the holiday season. Even if you don't believe in them, the above list is sure to have brightened your day with a few smiles and giggles.

Divination on Christmas Day are considered the most accurate and have their roots in the days of pagan Russia.

During the Christmas and Christmas guessing you can search for all the predictions only good sense. Bad omens do not attach much importance to, otherwise you will pre-configure itself to failure in the new year.

We have tried to collect the most interesting and reliable Christmas divination, which, as we nadeemya will help you reveal the secrets of the future.

Christmas divination barking dogs

at midnight to take a knife, go outside, walk up to a snowdrift and snow begin to cut with a knife, saying, "Damn, damn, do not be silent, damn, damn, tell me, what I husband along, have to laugh or cry? ".

Christmas divination on wax (candles)

Get stubs of wax or paraffin candles, white (colored holiday candles, divination is not suitable), folded into a metal bowl, melt in the heat and immediately pour into a bowl of cold water. Formed in this figure and will predict the future that awaits wonder lady.

Interpretation of figures

House - soon to furnishing the new economy, and for girls it is primarily due to her marriage.
Shapeless ruins - disaster in the near future.
Pit, a small cave or grotto - the unwanted figure, because it symbolizes the place of burial, and predicts a severe illness or imminent death.
trees - they can be interpreted in different ways, upward branches of the tree promise quick joy, drooping - sadness, depression and boredom.
candle ring or uniquely predict a quick wedding.
Damn, settled to the bottom, by contrast, promises a long girlhood.

Guessing on wax and milk

Pour milk into a saucer and put it on the threshold. Get stubs of wax candles, placed in a metal bowl and melt in the fire, saying: "Brownie, my master, come under the threshold to drink milk, eat the wax."

uttered the last word spells, pour the wax into the milk and carefully consider the resulting figure at the same time.

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