Unseen symbols or Tate & trees (via Idealistico)

Unseen symbols or Tate & trees When it comes to family reunions and a lovely excuse for eating delicious foods, I’m all for Christmas. And I do love the fact that most people use pagan symbols and rituals to celebrate a supposedly Christian holiday (the Catholic church was most clever in reusing those symbols for their purpose). One of the most interesting ones, which originally stood for fertility and life through cold winters, is the Christmas tree. So, to celebrate the holi … Read More

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