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POLISH BELIEF

THE BELLS ARE STILLED ON GOOD FRIDAY AND REMAIN STILL. PEOPLE WAIT
FOR THEM TO RING AGAIN AND WHEN THEY DO, THE PEOPLE RUN OUT AND SHAKE
ALL THEIR FRUIT TREES BELIEVING THAT THEY WILL PRODUCE AND GROW
ABUNDANTLY.

Submitter comment: LEARNED IN POLAND

Data entry tech comment: IT IS PRESUMED THAT THE BELLS BEGIN RINGING AGAIN ON HOLY SATURDAY
OR EASTER SUNDAY. HENCE THE BOGGS NUMBERS.

Where learned: STORE

Subject headings: 663 Good Friday
663 Holy Saturday
CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Church
CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Spring Planting Easter Sunday
BELIEF -- Plant

Date learned: 11-10-1967

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