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"Rozga" is a little something that might show up from St.
Nick's bag of goodies for children that do not behave they way they are expected to throughout the year.
Through the centuries going deep under the earth was dangerous and often deadly.
Although there is no caste system, Poland miners traditionally have been elevated to a special social station of their own. Barbara, but also for weddings, funerals and other important political or social ceremonies, miners wear an especially smart looking black uniform adorned with red feathers.
The most ancient rituals, especially those dating back to pagan times, have long lost their magical character, becoming a colorful vestige of the past and a form of amusement.
[See for example Sobtka] Links with tradition are felt the strongest during the greatest religious feasts, such as Christmas, Easter, Corpus Christi processions and All Saints' Day.
Not diamonds, but picket fences, melted candle wax and walnut shells are a girls best friend on this special night. This is a special time for young Polish girls who want to find a husband.
November 29th - just before the full moon is the Eve of St. On this night and the next day, fortunes are told and the results are not taken lightly.
Nick brought the kids presents on his namesake day, December 6th. Nick over in Poland does a much better job keeping a list of who's naughty or nice.
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Poles are fun lovers who enjoy festivities, traditions and centuries-old Polish customs.
The tradition of starman predates the tradition of Santa Claus.
In Little Poland and Silesia a small "aniolek" (angel) who is a messenger for the baby Jesus brings presents to kids on Christmas Eve. That is the way to say "Merry Christmas" in Polish.