What not to do on 11 September.
The beheading of St. John is a holiday that is celebrated by all believers of September 11. Not surprisingly, one of the most important religious holidays of the year not only has quite a few different traditions, and taboos. That’s why we decided to tell you what not to do on September 11 in the beheading of St. John.
The beheading of St. John 2017: the history of the holiday
According to legends, on this day John the Baptist was killed. This was done on the orders of king Herod. It is worth noting that the king himself do not want to, but because of the desire of his wife, which John was convicted, he had to bring the head of the Saint on a platter. Incidentally, it is worth noting that because of this, the beheading of St. John you can not cut anything with knives.
The beheading of St. John 2017: what not to do in the holiday
According to legends, the feast of the beheading of St. John not to use a knife, otherwise he can stay without a head.
Also, it is not advisable to use any other sharp or pointed objects.
Also, in September 11, you cannot sing, or dance. All because, because of the dancing stepdaughter of king Herod and was killed John. By the way, some believe it is even a mortal sin.
In addition, the beheading of St. John do not eat foods that resemble the head: tomatoes, cabbage, watermelons and others.
11 September not to start a new business, it is believed that they will be doomed to failure.
And drinking on the beheading of St. John prohibited.
The beheading of St. John 2017: what you need to do in celebration
Of course, first and foremost, September 11 you need to go to Church. There, traditionally, will have various festive worship service designed to honor the memory of the Saint.
In addition, it is believed that the beheading of St. John the dogs are messengers of the Holy. So if you run this animal, it needs to be wined and dined.
Of course, September 11 is a day-long fast, and believes that the one who is fully performed, fulfilled heart’s desire.
Recall that the beheading of St. John is celebrated annually on September 11. And now you know the major prohibitions in holiday, so can not be afraid that will do something wrong.
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