Rhodogoszcz (Tausen) (07/10)

The Slavs celebrate a great holiday - Rodogoshch (Tausen) - when the harvest is harvested, the autumn sun - Svetovit - no longer bakes, the trees are preparing for winter sleep, throwing off their beautiful outfits. By this day, a huge honey cake is baked, behind which, after the beginning, the priest hides and asks: “Do you see me?”.

If the audience answers in the affirmative, then the priest pronounces a wish: next year to harvest a more plentiful harvest and bake an even bigger pie.

After the beginning, on which fortune-telling for the next year and divination over a cup of sacred wine are obligatory, a feast begins with a mountain - the food on the table is placed in a slide, which by the end of the feast is greatly reduced.