Most vividly, the dual faith is reflected in the peasant land-farming calendar, where the veneration of Christian saints is closely intertwined with pagan beliefs and rites. Over time, many of the most important rituals for the pagan were taken less seriously and gradually turned into children’s games.
Here is how the year of the Russian peasant passed. On the day of the winter solstice (December 25), it would be necessary to help the sun gain strength-because farmers burned bonfires, rolled burning ears, symbolizing the sun. So that the winter was not too severe, they made a snow woman, depicting winter, and broke it with snowballs. Continue reading
The bronze age is not just an era when people began to kill each other with bronze swords instead of stone axes. It was in the bronze age that the first revolution took place, the goal of which was to achieve equality. In the bronze age, the first major battle of the two armies took place. In the bronze age, there were complex ideas about the afterlife and the first attempts to open the third eye surgically.
Freedom, equality, fraternity: the revolution that took place 9,000 years ago
In 1958, a bronze age settlement was found under one of the hills in Turkey, known as Chatal Huyuk. Excavations and research have shown that the settlement existed for at least fourteen centuries and was definitely located on this site in the period from 7000 BC to 6000 BC. Continue reading