Advent Calendar 8. Game


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Which plant was held sacred by the Norse, the Celtic Druids, and Native American Indians, because it remains green and bears fruit during the winter when other plants seem to die?

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Bitter Lemon

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The Celts revered the once very rare mistletoe and the tree on which it grows as a sacred plant, because it was said that it could even cure poisoning if a special potion was made from it. This generally most important plant of the Celts could only be cut by a priest in white robes and with a golden knife.

Mistletoe also has a special meaning in our culture, which is why many lovers still kiss under mistletoe, which in turn is said to lead to a special happiness in love.

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