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IN MODERN SWEDEN, ON THE FEAST OF MIDSUMMER'S EVE,
THERE IS A CUSTOM THAT MAIDENS FOLLOW TO FIND OUT WHO
THEY WILL MARRY. A GIRL GOES OUT AT MIDNIGHT AND
SPEAKS TO NO ONE. SHE PICKS SEVEN DIFFERENT KINDS
OF FLOWERS AND PUTS THEM UNDER HER PILLOW. THAT
NIGHT SHE SHOULD DREAM OF THE MAN SHE WILL MARRY.

Where learned: SWEDEN

Subject headings: 686 Seven / Sevenths / Several
BELIEF -- Marriage Dream about future husband

Date learned: 01-21-1968

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