Sunday, February 22, 2009

Turn the cat of the barrel

It has been a widespread public belief that a city could escape the plague, if a black cat was killed. Therefore, since the Middle Ages symbolic ombragés dogs throughout Europe at Shrovetide. It is believed that it was a cat, it went beyond the barrel because it was the lunar list sacred animals which were then sacrificed in brighter times. The French threw live cats into the Midsummer fire, while the Germans threw them into the fire that burned through Easter. Or, pulled them from a church. In Denmark stopped Monday cats in a barrel and beat on it until it went down. After which the children could beating cat to death with a stick and twigs.
Today the cat is made of cloathes....The history of the old tradition is forgotten.....But the tradition with the barrel is still alive to great pleasur for the kids....
It is Idas's turn......

Every class have their own barrel. The one who smash the barrel becoms "King of cats", and the one who smash the the last part of the barrel, to the ground becomes "Queen of Cats"



The King: Negatius......




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