The European tea leaf divination we know arose relatively recently – probably in the second half of the 18th century in England, where it is popular to this day.
The Egyptian goddess became for the early Christians the antagonist of the Mother of God, and everything connected with her cult turned into devilish, and the priestesses of the cult into witches.
This is how the valravn appeared – a raven endowed with super-natural abilities: he received wisdom and human knowledge, could change his form, lead people astray and arrange evil tricks.
The moon is beautiful. She fascinates, beckons, excites. Its cold light fills the world with shadows, midtones and magic. Look at the moon and you will understand why the ancestors worshiped her.
The Celts believed that he was a prophet, a messenger from other worlds. White deer represented purity, as white was associated with perfection and beauty.
The concept of karma existed not only in the south. The northerners had a similar concept, though more complex. The general principle of causality was expressed in two points.
Inherited family jewelry (not necessarily precious) and clothes are in no case allowed to be tried on by strangers who are not related to you by blood – the family protection of ancestors may be violated.