Why Do We Have A Christmas Tree? The History, Mythology \u0026 Folklore Of The Christmas Tree 🌲

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Why Do We Have A Christmas Tree? The History, Mythology \u0026 Folklore Of The Christmas Tree 🌲

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ShadowMatic - plays
ShadowMatic - plays 2 months ago

Most events come from pagens etc Christianity stole so much changed it a little and called it theirs 🙄

Ashleigh Russell
Ashleigh Russell 2 months ago

Brilliant video 👏👏

HolisticMama
HolisticMama 2 months ago

Merry Christmas

Dominic Minischetti
Dominic Minischetti 2 months ago

I don’t have a favorite, but I just watched the history of the Christmas tree by The History Guy. It was very cool as was this video! Merry Christmas to you all!

margaret urz
margaret urz 2 months ago

Thanks for all the info. This is a great video!

Simone Alana
Simone Alana 2 months ago

Hey family. You did such a great job with this video and all the editing. We love learning about the roots of traditions like this, birthdays, Easter, valentines day ect. It is fascinating learning about cultures. It surprised me that anything in the bible that had anything to do with birthdays was in a negative aspect. Like when John the Baptist had his head chopped off and there are no commandment to celebrate Christ's birthday or references to the date he was born. I celebrated Christmas as a kid but haven't done for a long time now. Thanks for sharing.

Patricia Hope
Patricia Hope 2 months ago

There is a more ancient origin of the yule log. It starts with the story of Sanat Kumara www.summitlighthouse.org/free-spiritual-lessons/story-of-sanat-kumara/ 💫Sanat Kumara & the Tradition of the Yule Log💫Sanat Kumara, known as the Ancient of Days, restored the spiritual and physical fire 🔥 to the earth to rekindle the threefold flame in the hearts of her people. This was when men had lost their light after the fall of an ancient civilisation not recorded in the history books. This was the era of the cavemen. Sanat Kumara's ancient retreat of Shamballa, the etheric “City of White,” was originally a physical replica of the Venusian City of the Kumaras. 🌌 Shamballa was built on an island in the brilliant blue Gobi Sea (now the Gobi Desert) by volunteers who preceded Sanat Kumara to Terra. From the mainland, Shamballa was approached by a beautiful marble bridge. The main temple there, where Sanat Kumara established the focus of the threefold flame thousands of years ago, was marked by a golden dome and was surrounded by terraces, flame-fountains, and seven temples—one for each of the seven rays. 🙌 Each year the people would come from many miles to witness the visible, physical sacred fire and to take home a piece of wood consecrated by Sanat Kumara to light their fires through the coming year. So began the tradition of the Yule log, commemorating the return to the fire of Christhood. ✨ The ancient custom of the Yule Log has come down to us from the service rendered by Sanat Kumara who, each year, consecrated a focus of the sacred fire in the physical octaves.🙏

Patricia Hope
Patricia Hope 2 months ago

Thank you!

Sarah Ball
Sarah Ball 2 months ago

Seasons greetings to all of your family. We ourselves will be celebrating Yule and Christmas so that my children can better understand the similarities Xx

Danielle Locke
Danielle Locke 2 months ago

Your such a great story teller, I bet your kids love bedtime stories. I was telling my kids about the pagan traditions that shaped the holidays we celebrate the other day, I'm going to show this to them, great video.

Jane Fowkes
Jane Fowkes 2 months ago

What a great video! I never realised there were so many stores behind our celebration of Christmas. Thank you for making it ❤️

Jarhead & Ginger’s Journey

Interesting video. We only knew some of this information.

Shannon D
Shannon D 2 months ago

Your are a great story teller. I bet your kids love story time with you two :). Perfect timing and love your last few lines. Perfectly said :)

Eloise
Eloise 2 months ago

We really enjoyed watching this video - happy Christmas to you and yours!

EXNAVYEOD
EXNAVYEOD 2 months ago

Awesome Christmas Tree There!

sideshowtink
sideshowtink 2 months ago

This was wonderful for the Winter Holidays! I love all history! Thank you!

The smaller half
The smaller half 2 months ago

This is so cool!! I loved learning about this!!

dark warrior
dark warrior 2 months ago

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Jardel Silveira
Jardel Silveira 2 months ago

Beautiful and informative video. I do believe the Christmas tree and Father Christmas come from the Norse and Vikings. For those who have knowledge and sensibility can see Odin in the eyes of Father Christmas. It's sad people don't understand the true meaning of something our forefathers left to us from a distant pagan past.

Veronica Gardiner
Veronica Gardiner 2 months ago

Perfect timing for my boys to watch - we put our tree up today!

The subject of the history of Christmas traditions is one close to my heart, so I enjoyed this one a lot.

reece daniels
reece daniels 2 months ago

Great vid my friend. Im aware of yule but not the others.love the quote at the end. ✌