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"Slaughtering" of the last sheaf of corn ritual, Cornwall:

Reaper: "I 'ave 'un! I 'ave 'un! I 'ave 'un!"
Village: "What 'ave 'ee? What 'ave 'ee? What 'ave 'ee?"
Reaper: "A neck! A neck! A neck!"
Village: "Hurrah! Hurrah for the neck!

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In Slavic calendar the month of September, when the rut starts, is known as "Rujan", which means "the month of deer mating" (from archaic verb for deer rut roar "rjuti").

This is 5000 years old depiction of deer rut found on a bawl made by people of the Los Millares culture, Spain. What is interesting is that behind the deer, we can also see a depiction of Orion! At that time when Los Millares people made this bowl, Orion was rising in September, the month of the deer rut...

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A fourth century painting of St. Paul. Paul's dress, the scroll in his hands, and the container with more scrolls at his feet, all identify Paul as a philosopher but also as a story teller, the one who is passing on the knowledge he acquired from Christ .
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Why is Zodiac sign Libra located where it is on the Solar circle? And what can that tell us about the nature of the Zodiac? More in:

http://oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.com/2018/09/equilibrium.html

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A witch causing a storm from Olaus Magnus's Historia de gentibus Septentrionalibus, 1555.
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Have you ever thought why is Zodiac sign Libra located where it is on the Solar circle? And what can that tell us about the nature of the Zodiac? More in:

http://oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.com/2018/09/equilibrium.html

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When 19th century British painter George Edwards Hering visited Serbia, the ancient Roman road chiseled into the sheer rocks of the river Danube Djerdap gorge during the reign of the emperor Trajan, was still used by the local population
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Equilibrium
Why is Zodiac sign Libra located where it is on the Solar circle? And what can that tell us about the nature of the Zodiac?
Equilibrium
Equilibrium
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In Serbian ritual tradition there is a rule which specifies which animal is sacrificed for which religious holiday. This rule follows ancient Indoeuropean sequence of sacrificial animals also found in archaic Roman tradition...

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On this picture you see "badnjak" (Serbian Yule log, a young oak sapling which is ritually cut on Christmas Eve morning and is then ritually brought into the house on Christmas Eve) and "pečenica" a pig on a spit which is ritually slaughtered on Christmas Eve, roasted and then brought into the house with badnjak.

In Serbian ritual tradition there is a very specific rule which specifies which animal should be sacrificed for which religious holiday....
Sacrificial animals
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