I popped on theSugar skull Quilt Bedding Set and used my spotlight to illuminate the area. It was fenced in with eight-foot cinderblock walls. The only opening was toward me so whoever was in there was going to have to come to me.
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A few days later on December 8 it was time for the celebrations of the God Tiber and Godess Gaia. The representations ofSugar skull Quilt Bedding Set water and immaculate frugal lands bearing no crops. I guess this was a day when the plowing of the fields was supposed to be finished. Gaia is known as one of the godesses which was syncretized as The Virgin Mary, and I guess all Catholics is familiar with the “Immaculate conception” of the Virgin Mary” since it’s still a Holiday in most Catholic countries… From this day on there was a feast or a sacrifice in some form almost every day in ancient Rome. To me, as a Swede, the Ides festivity on December 13th is very interesting. On the 11–12th the God of stored grain, Consus, and the Godess of life, Ceres, was called upon to bring back the life. On the 13th there was a spectacular celebration of forgiveness, hospitality as the grain storages was opened. This is symbolized in the myth of Proserpina/Persephone, “the fairhaired maiden”, coming back to her mother Ceres from the underworld. Pluto had abducted her but The solar God Helios had given him away. Ceres who couldn’t leave the surface of the earth was helped by the godess Hecate whom with her torch and wayfinding skills accompanied Persephone back to the surface. The major cult and temple of Ceres and Proserpina was located on Sicily from where she is supposed to have been “raped” to the underworld and also appearing again. In real old times times this holiday was the first in an octave, meaning an eight day long celebrations ending on December 21. It’s also suggested that this octave marked the end of the year and that the celebrations in original happened at the solstice but was moved because of calender reforms.
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As I got a little older, I was always waiting for the ‘parcel from England’ to arrive in December. My mum’s sisters or Irish granny often sent aSugar skull Quilt Bedding Set of clothes and other bits. Those parcels had a SMELL to them, vague perfume and something I’ve never been able to identify , but I always thought…’this is the smell of England’. I would hear the parcel van’s brakes squeal and rush to the window to see it the delivery was for us. One year my Aunt Kathleen sent a RECORD with a recording of her voice, sending us Christmas Greetings. It seemed magic in about ’67 to hear an ordinary person’s voice on vinyl. She also sent a copy of a photo of my cousin Kevin with Father Christmas in his long robe at some big London shop. I remember being puzzled that he looked a little different than Santa Claus, and so my mum explained how in England Santa was Father Christmas.