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St. Andrew’s Eve

The eve of St. Andrew’s Day is a special night for young Polish girls who want to find husbands. They play Andrzejki, or “Andrew’s games,” a kind of fortune telling. They break off dry branches from cherry trees, place them in wet sand, and tend them carefully for the next few weeks. If the branch blooms by Christmas, it is believed that they will marry within the year. Pouring liquid wax into cold water is another popular method of foretelling their romantic futures. The shapes formed by the hardened wax often provide clues with which they can read their fate. More… Discuss

From okanokumo: 10min “Relaxing Music” Sakura (Cherry Blossoms): Beethoven “Appassionata, 3rd movement” IS VIRAL: Published on Feb 12, 2013 – 118,277 views)


On the larger theme of SAKURA this video comes>>>>>>

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<okanokumo:
“Published on Feb 12, 2013 –  118,277 views

Camera angle doesn’t move from this position.
Please view and listen full HD 1080 size and full screen — it is moving.
The river is flowing and the cherry trees are shaking by the wind. 
Then, it is enough.”

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