What you are not allowed to do on St. Andrew’s Day. On Wednesday, November 30, believers celebrate Saint Andrew, the spiritual protector of Romania.
Apostle Andrew is considered the patron of Romania, Scotland, Spain, Sicily, Greece and Russia. Because he was a fisherman, he is also considered by Greek sailors and fishermen as their protector.
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Saint Andrew Superstitions
Do not leave forks or scythes out. It is said that on St. Andrew’s night, undead and undead swarm the streets and take up pitchforks and scythes to begin the battle for supremacy. That is why the householders hide the tools for field work in the sheds.
Wool is not woven or spun. Women are not allowed to use needle and thread on Saint Andrew’s day because Our Lady will punish them. It is a holy day to pray and rest.
You are not allowed to do your hair. You are not even allowed to comb your hair on this holiday. It is said that if you comb your hair and a few strands fall out, as many strands as there will be on the teeth of the comb means the number of bad luck that will graze you in the coming year.
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WHAT NOT TO DO ON SAINT ANDREW’S
You are not allowed to work. You are not allowed to work on this day. You need to rest because, as the tradition says, people who are looking for work can get sick, they can encounter a number of troubles.
Don’t talk dirty. People who talk dirty on this day or anger God risk drowning, dizziness or burning their tongue from the soup.
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You don’t mention wolves. This day is also known as Wolf Day. It is said that these animals come down from the mountains and threaten the children and chickens of the people in the country, writes the source.
Empty the stove of ash. You need to clean your stove if you want the coming year to be a prosperous one. Do this the day before St. Andrew so that you have luck with money and get along well with relatives and friends.
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