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2020-01-31T19:03:59Z

Winter quintet and folkloric stories

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Written by Saad Bukhari “The Five-Year Winter and Stories from the Popular Heritage”

The winter in the Levant extends to ninety days and falls into two parts:

The first section (the square) and its name indicates the number of days, that is, forty days, and the square ends on January 31.
And it was said in Al-Qurbaniya: (O by a square, by a follower) (O sun that burns, O rain drowning) (O Lord, we are saved from a cataract)

As for the second part of winter, it is called (Khamasinia), which extends from February 1 to March 21, and its length is also inferred from its name, that is, fifty days.
And the Khamasiniyya was known by the name of (the period of Saudization) and divided into four, the duration of each of them (Saad) twelve and a half days.

  • Saad Al-Dabeh from 1 to 13 February.
  • Saad Swallow from February 13 to 25.
  • Saad Al-Saud from February 26 to March 9.
  • Saad Al Khabayah from 9 to 21 March.

Here is the story of Shepherd Saad:
It is rumored that a young man named "Saad" was a shepherd and had determined to travel and it was a warm sunny day of the winter months, Saad thought that the winter had ended, and his father and the elderly people of his village advised him to carry with him what warms himself from the cold, whether from the fur or Firewood, except that Saad ignored the advice and did not listen to their words and advice, and took his camels and sheep and began his path of grazing and went outside his village.

The atmosphere surprised "Saad" in the middle of the road, as the weather became very cold, so heavy rains and snow fell, and the severe cold intensified, and Saad had no choice but to slaughter his camel, which he possessed, so that he could take shelter from its coldness and viscera.

This period in which Saad slaughtered his camel was called "Saad Al-Dabeh" and also a metaphor for the severity of the cold, and its days are described as the coldest, in which it was said (Saad slaughtered, dogs of barking, peasants of what he cultivated, and his custodian of what was discharged), and it starts from February 1 and ends mid February 13.

Followed by a period of "Saad Swallow" in which Saad ate from the meat of his camel that he slaughtered, and it fell in rain and soon the land swallowed it, so it was called a metaphor for the earth swallowing rain water quickly and the shepherd Saad ate the meat of his camel, and it was said (Saad Balaa Good water and drenched), and this period extends from mid-February 13 to February 25.

And followed by the period of "Saad Al-Saud" where the sun shone during that period after the storm and Saad was happy to save him, and when Saad wanted to cut the branches of the trees to ignite the fire for warmth, he found that the water was flowing, so it was called a metaphor for Saad's joy to save him, and because the water walks in the plantation stick, And it was said in it (Saad Al-Saud pours water in the oud and warms every cool), and this period extends from February 26 to mid-March 9.

As for "Saad al-Khabayah", it is the last period of the five-year period in which the snakes and other animals that were during the winter hibernation period begin to leave the land. And the period of Saad Al-Khabiya extends from the middle of the day of March 9 until the 21st of March until the winter ends and the spring equinox begins on the 22nd of March and some countries celebrate this day with the so-called `` Nowruz feast '', and on this day the 22nd of March is the length of the day with the length of The night.

During the five-year period, there are so-called `` borrowers' days' ', which are 7 days, the last 4 days of February, and the first 3 days of March.

It is characterized by intense coldness.
As for her story, according to the popular tradition, belongs to an old woman who has six sheep went out to graze in one of the valleys during the last days of February, during which the rain did not come, and the weather was warm. Disappointed, "he got angry at her words in February and felt insulted. He went to his brother in the month of March and asked for help from the old man and said," Oh March, my cousin, three of you and four of me, to let the old man in the valley sing. " The old man screamed, sadly, "O Celle, let them put their deadlines together Seen to Armen Bhmhn. "

Finally, I will tell you the stories of the fall of the three Jamarat:

  • The first carbuncle will be on February 20, which is “air carbuncle.” At that time, people will feel the warmth of the air.
  • The second carbuncle on February 27, “water carbuncle,” then people feel the warmth of the water.
  • The third carbuncle on March 6, which is “earth carbuncle,” so people feel the warmth of the earth.

For now, we still remember the stories of the ancestors and the popular heritage, and their stories today still provide us with judgment and lessons.
1/31/2020

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This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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