DENTANA - FRAU PERCHTA

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"Traditionally, Frau Perchta is believed to be a god-like creator half man, half woman, but usually displayed in its female manifestation.
She appears on Earth on the turning point between the old and the new year the winter solstice.
Frau Perchta represents the dual male/female deity and is accompanied by all sorts of evil spirits of the winter. PERCHTA KEEPS THEM UNDER CONTROL, and as she hikes over the snowy mountains and through the even snowier valleys, she protects the good people of the sprits, and punishes the not-so-good ones.
Other rituals, such as protective smoking of the house, cattle and food stocks by burning specific herbs also take place around winter solstice for protection. These customs aimed to awake the spirits of the New Year, that were believed to rest in the soil underneath the snow cover."
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