A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce
, pine, or fir or ...... Upside-down artificial Christmas trees became popular for a
short time and were originally i...
Dec 7, 2007 ... Hanging fir trees upside down goes back to the Middle Ages, when Europeans
did it to represent the Trinity. But now, Christmas trees are ...
The new trend for upside down Christmas trees is really an old tradition. ... As the
original religious meaning was lost over the years the trees began to be ...
In many parts of Eastern Europe, Christmas trees are hung upside down from the
ceiling. It's an old custom that some say started with St. Boniface.
By the 12th century it became a custom, especially in Europe to hang the Fir trees
upside down from the ceilings to symbolize the Holy Trinity. The Upside down ...
Nov 9, 2005 ... If you've noticed an upside-down Christmas tree in the holiday section of a store
... If you're going to invert the tree, do the whole inversion.
Nov 28, 2010 ... They would hang the Christmas tree upside down from the ceiling instead of right
side up. The meaning behind using an evergreen tree was ...
Eastern Slovakia Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogical Research. The
Upside Down Christmas Tree An Eastern European Tradition. One of the most ...
Nov 9, 2005 ... Target.com is was selling an upside-down Christmas tree for $499.99. ... It's a
purely pagan (which ironically IS a Christian word meaning ...
Many early Christmas Trees seem to have been hung upside down from the ... '
tree' could also mean a mast or pole, tree might have been like a 'Paradise Tree'
or a .... They're called 'pavuchky' (which means 'little spider') and the decorations