Time Of Lights And Christmas Trees
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The Truth Behind The Christmas Tree
Have you ever wondered where the Christmas tree tradition began? The first person tot bring a Christmas tree into a house, in the way we know it today, may have been the 16th century German preacher Martin Luther. A story is told that, one night before Christmas, he was walking through the forest and looked up to see the stars shining through the tree branches. It was so beautiful, that he went home and told his children that it reminded him of Jesus, who left the stars of heaven to come to earth at Christmas.
One Big Tree
Christmas Tree at the center of the Dallas Galleria Mall ice Skating ring
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The Christmas lights on point.
Rockefeller Christmas tree
New York Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting
- Pine Trees
- Spruce Trees
- Cypress Trees
- Cedar Trees
Decorating Your Tree
In the 18th century,many other kinds of Christmas decorations became popular. Among them were glazed paper, colored paper, and those which contain candies, nuts cakes, raisins, and fruits. Today, many different kinds of Christmas decorations are known, such as angels, Christmas balls, Christmas candles, and tinsel.
Love is the Light of Christmas
Today we look at Christmas lights and thinks "Oh, those are pretty." But the tradition of lighting lights in the winter months didn't start off with aesthetics in mind. December is the darkest month of the year with the shortest days. People living without central heating in the 12th century were understandably unhappy when the sun went down and plunged them into the cold depths of night. Brian Murray's article tells us that back during the winter of 1184 was the first recorded lighting of the Yule Log in Germany. The burning log was seen as a symbol, of the sun's promise to return. It probably didn't hurt that a big burning hunk of wood makes for a pretty good heat source.
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Christmas Glows with Love
There are all different types of Christmas lights in all styles, shapes and colors. From the ordinary Christmas lights to the, C7 Christmas lights, C9 Christmas lights, Berry lights, Bubble lights and much more. These are just a few of the Christmas lights that you could use to decorate the outside of your home or your Christmas tree!