Happy New Year greetings, Oracles, Superstition, lucky charms

Happy New Year greetings, Oracles, Superstition, lucky charms

German - Frohe Weihnachten und ein glückliches Neues Jahr!
French - Joyeux Noel et Bonne Année!
Italian - Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo!
Russian - S nastupaiushchim Novym godom i s Rozhdestvom Khristovym!
Czech - Stastne a vesele vanoce a stastny novy rok!
Polish - Wesolych Swiat i Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Dänisch - Glaedelig Jul og godt nytaar
Dutch - Prettige kerstdagen en een gelukkig nieuw jaar
Norwegian - God Jul Og Godt Nytt Aar
Swedish - God Jul Och Ett Gott Nytt Ar
Finnish - Hyvää joulua ja onnellista uutta vuotta!
Spanish - Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo
English - Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Ukrainan - Z novym rokom i s rizdvom Hrystovym!
Hungarian - Kellemes karacsonyi uennepeket es boldog ujevet!
Portuguese - Feliz Natal e um Prospero Ano Novo
Cantonese: Sun lin fi lok / kung hé fat tsoi
Chinese (Mandarin): 新年快乐 (xin nian kuai le) / 新年好 (xin nian hao)
Indonesian: Selamat tahun baru

Happy new year Neujahrsgruesse

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Dear oracle in the New Years night and in the rough nights-lot nights.
Ivy wreath:
Girls brought wreaths of ivy to the men, which were hung over the hearth,
to bring spring into the house.
At night the girls danced by torchlight
and threw the ivy and straw wreaths into the water.
They had to try to set a wreath behind their backs.
The ivy wreath meant happiness in love,
it was supposed to be the wedding that same year.
The straw wreath, on the other hand, indicated bad luck.
Also oracle was oracle with ivy leaves on St. Andrew's night.
Two ivy leaves were thrown into a bowl of water,
so that they floated on the surface.
The next morning the leaves were together,
then there should be a wedding this year.
They drove separately from each other,
then one had to wait even longer.

Apple oracle:
For this purpose, an apple was peeled so
that the shell formed an uncut, long band.
This was then thrown backwards over the left shoulder.
With a little imagination, the location of the apple peel was then possible
the first letter of the future can be guessed at.

Light swim:
In the region around Bohemia, the so-called Lichtel swimming enjoyed
great popularity:
Twice as many walnut shells as the girls present
were provided with a small candle
and placed in a large vessel filled with water.
Each of the assembled young women had two lights:
Her own and another one that was named after the future.
Shells those nuts that met on the water
symbolized a future bride couple.

The rough nights:
Actually it should be smoke nights
because the origin comes from smoking,
Today the rough nights begin on December 25th
and end on the night of January 5th to 6th.
It's the nights of returning souls and evil spirits
a transition period from chaos to order.
The term "Between the Years"
is a phrase that is still used today.
The old hasn't left and the new isn't quite there yet.
In fact, this is an “idle time” if one assumes the lunar year,
which has exactly these 12 days less than the solar year.
Jul means in the Nordic wheel, the wheel of life.
It's the longest night, the consecration night
and the shortest day of the year.
From now on the days are getting longer again and the light is increasing.
The end of the rough nights is the night
from 5th to 6th January with the Perchten run. ( Winter Demon Run )
The rough nights are lottery nights. "Los" comes from "lose", "predict"
The dreams in the twelve nights come true in each
corresponding months of the future year.
Source link: https://sites.google.com/view/hexenkalender

What to watch out for during this time
The animals in the barn can speak properly on these nights,
but only Quatember children (clairvoyant) can understand them.
You shouldn't hang large pieces of white laundry in or on the house,
it can quickly become the shroud for the next year.
During the first half hour of the new year,
if you lock the front door and only leave the back door open,
so that happiness comes in through this.

It is advisable to have a plate of pastries and a glass of milk
and to put a few coins on the window sill.
This is how the ghosts passing by will be in tune.
On January 6th, all Christmas decorations should be gone,
this is the only way to get rid of contaminated sites from the past year.
Particular attention should be paid to the first customer,
who comes into the business.
If you are an old woman, the year will be financially tight.
Is it a young woman or a child
the balance sheets will be good.

Do not slam doors loudly, otherwise it could be
That lightning strikes every year.
If it is very foggy these days, the next year will be wet.
If you hear the New Year's bells bright and clear,
next year will be a very special one.
When a young girl slices an onion
and sprinkled it with salt, it will be in the night
dream of their lover to come.
Mrs. Holle, who has a preference for hardworking people, likes to see
if the house is neat and tidy and clean during this time,
but she wants us not to work these days
but rest and gain new strength for the new year.
If you lubricate and clean door locks and bolts on Christmas Eve,
one can hope for wealth.
If you cut a divining rod on Epiphany,
so this one has special qualities.
You can name it after one of the three holy kings -
If she is called Caspar, she will find gold,
she is called Balthasar, she finds silver
and if you name it after Melchior, you will find water.
Not Santa Claus, but Father Frost
(Russian: Дед Мороз [Ded Moroz])
brings the presents in Russia on December 31st.
Information in German Link:

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