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What is the story behind the Christmas spider?

The Legend of the Christmas Spider



On Christmas Eve, the woman went into the forest and came back with a small fir to serve as a Christmas tree. She discovered that a spider had made a home for her babies among the tree’s branches, but the woman didn’t have the heart to sweep them away.

Why are spider webs a popular Christmas?

Christmas Spiders Fact. In Poland, spiders or spider webs are common Christmas trees decorations because according to Poland’s legend, a spider wove a blanket for Baby Jesus. In fact, Polish people consider spiders to be symbols of goodness and prosperity at Christmas.

Which president banned Christmas trees in the White House?

Around the internet, there are innumerable articles about how Theodore Roosevelt banned Christmas trees in the White House because of “environmental concerns” only to then have one of his sons rebel and install a small tree, much to his father’s surprise.

What is the legend of the Spider Who Saved Christmas?

“The Spider Who Saved Christmas portrays an ancient legend that details that when the Holy Family fled Herod s soldiers, a cave spider spun a web to save them from capture. The glittering web is recalled in Christmas tinsel today.”

What does a spider ornament mean?

The origins of the folk tale are unknown, but it is believed to have come from either Germany or Ukraine. In Germany, Poland, and Ukraine, finding a spider or a spider’s web on a Christmas tree is considered good luck.

Why do we use tinsel at Christmas?

Tinsel was originally made from extruded strands of silver. Before the 19th century, tinsel was used for adorning sculptures rather than Christmas trees. It was added to Christmas trees to enhance the flickering of the candles on the tree. Tinsel was used to represent the starry sky over a Nativity scene.

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What country invented tinsel?

Well, the idea of tinsel dates back to 1610 to a place in Germany called Nuremberg. Here, they used thin strands of real silver in their trees to reflect candlelight, as they used to put real candles in their trees (don’t do that now!).

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