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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Nopeville

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"In eighteen thirty. Five jacob grimm wrote in his book german mythology that new mothers must keep a constant wash over their newborn baby for at least three days if they were to sleep and they must have someone wash over their child if the mother fell asleep without putting someone else in charge of watching her baby. Then that's when the ferries would strike in exchange of ap with a changeling for the next six weeks. The mother will be required. Yogesh close watch on the baby but she was supposed to lay off hard labor so as not to leave the child alone an example would be when a mother would have to leave her child at home to fetch would than a ferry would come and steal the baby thus the mother was supposed to stay home and as a result should be able to recover from childbirth however. This precaution wasn't so much an emphasis on helping the mother instead. It was to protect the baby thus the family and society as a whole right. of course it's never for the hip. There is a story in fifteen eighty about a mother who was forced to work less than a week after she had given birth. A nobleman had a large crop of hay every summer and he expected the woman to work harvested literally a week after she gave birth and being that he was a nobleman and she was a peasant she couldn't refuse. She brought her newborn baby with her and place it on top of a small clump of grass. While she worked when she returned to nurse after a few hours time she noticed that the child was not hers. It was so ravenous in his hunger and it howled in a way. That wasn't human. She got the child for a few days hoping and praying that it was nana changeling however the child was so ill behaved. She couldn't stand it. He told the nobleman about this whole ordeal and he said woman. If you think that this is not your child and do this one thing take it out so the meadow where you left your previous shout and beat it hardware the switch then you'll witness a miracle she did is she was told and the child screamed so loud. The devil came in brought her back. Her child taking away his god. Okay so that's one legend as to why mother should be with their babies in the first six weeks of their life woman. Beat your child. You'll see yes.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"The twelve days of christmas begins on christmas day. An end on january. Sixth the epiphany these days are traditionally full of charity. Peace and tradition but to those who have spent the year being naughty. This time is filled with horror for its during these twelve days that the belly splitter comes calling frown perr sta also called birsh or berta is often depicted as a rag clad old woman with a beak shaped iron knows long teeth and the cane perhaps more unsettling than the fro herself is her hyme schenn. The german word for cricket a ghostly chorus of weeping unbaptise children that follow her around on midwinter. night's much like santa claus the frau rewards those who have worked hard during the year with gifts and punishes those who have misbehaved. Her favourite victims are liars and cheats. But laziness is also particular pet peeve for example. She grows angry at those who eat meat on a pitney eve and at spinners who have not finished weaving their flax however she also hates those who work on holidays and do not partake in festivities meaning. She's a fan of work life balance work hard but not too hard. Unlike the jovial father. Christmas the froze punishment is more severe than coal in your stocking author jacob grimm of the brothers grimm rights. They tell the children on the eve of epiphany that if they are naughty bear will come and cut their bellies open but her other punishments are no less cruel. She is scraped glass across liars tongues and boiled people alive. She's also known to trample victims with her boots. The lore surrounding frau pashda is meant to encourage moral duties and social norms. Tell the truth. Abide by tradition and don't be lazy on the surface. These rules seem simple enough but the frau perfection and she is unforgiving to those who do not meet her expectations but as horrifying as this warning must be for children. Adults must follow frau perished as rules to bore suffer the consequences a stirred in her restless half-sleep alarmed by the sound of footsteps approaching her bedside. She opened her eyes but all that greeted her was a dark empty room. Moonlight spilled in from her window and a spinning wheel sat in the corner gathering dust surrounded by overflowing baskets of flax a sudden rotten odor made on a gag. It was like old meat. Scraps left out in the sun. She sniffed again cringing. What was that. She rolled over to face her husband. Yosef he was asleep all seemed well but she still felt uneasy and that smell when ana rolled onto her back. She almost screamed looming over. Her was an old woman. Her beak like metallic knows glinted in the moonlight framed by cataract cupboard is deep wrinkles and in her hand. She held a meat cleaver which she swung straight down toward on us belly on a screamed then. She sat up with a gasp. Her hands flew to her belly. But there was no bloody wound there. She looked around frantically. Yosef still slept peacefully beside her and the room was quiet. No sign of the old woman at all. It was just another dream. A horrible one on a laid back but her heart beat wildly. She'd had trouble sleeping since she lost her. Little vince oil. Actually she'd had trouble doing anything since last christmas when she leaned over his cradle to find his face blue and his body limp. She glanced at their closet door which was slightly ajar inside. their party. Attire was gathering dust. These celebrations had once felt so important but now revelry disgusted. Her smiling was a rarity and when she did smile. It was always followed by an overwhelming wave of guilt.

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Frau Perchta

Mythical Monsters

05:13 min | 3 months ago

Frau Perchta

"The twelve days of christmas begins on christmas day. An end on january. Sixth the epiphany these days are traditionally full of charity. Peace and tradition but to those who have spent the year being naughty. This time is filled with horror for its during these twelve days that the belly splitter comes calling frown perr sta also called birsh or berta is often depicted as a rag clad old woman with a beak shaped iron knows long teeth and the cane perhaps more unsettling than the fro herself is her hyme schenn. The german word for cricket a ghostly chorus of weeping unbaptise children that follow her around on midwinter. night's much like santa claus the frau rewards those who have worked hard during the year with gifts and punishes those who have misbehaved. Her favourite victims are liars and cheats. But laziness is also particular pet peeve for example. She grows angry at those who eat meat on a pitney eve and at spinners who have not finished weaving their flax however she also hates those who work on holidays and do not partake in festivities meaning. She's a fan of work life balance work hard but not too hard. Unlike the jovial father. Christmas the froze punishment is more severe than coal in your stocking author jacob grimm of the brothers grimm rights. They tell the children on the eve of epiphany that if they are naughty bear will come and cut their bellies open but her other punishments are no less cruel. She is scraped glass across liars tongues and boiled people alive. She's also known to trample victims with her boots. The lore surrounding frau pashda is meant to encourage moral duties and social norms. Tell the truth. Abide by tradition and don't be lazy on the surface. These rules seem simple enough but the frau perfection and she is unforgiving to those who do not meet her expectations but as horrifying as this warning must be for children. Adults must follow frau perished as rules to bore suffer the consequences a stirred in her restless half-sleep alarmed by the sound of footsteps approaching her bedside. She opened her eyes but all that greeted her was a dark empty room. Moonlight spilled in from her window and a spinning wheel sat in the corner gathering dust surrounded by overflowing baskets of flax a sudden rotten odor made on a gag. It was like old meat. Scraps left out in the sun. She sniffed again cringing. What was that. She rolled over to face her husband. Yosef he was asleep all seemed well but she still felt uneasy and that smell when ana rolled onto her back. She almost screamed looming over. Her was an old woman. Her beak like metallic knows glinted in the moonlight framed by cataract cupboard is deep wrinkles and in her hand. She held a meat cleaver which she swung straight down toward on us belly on a screamed then. She sat up with a gasp. Her hands flew to her belly. But there was no bloody wound there. She looked around frantically. Yosef still slept peacefully beside her and the room was quiet. No sign of the old woman at all. It was just another dream. A horrible one on a laid back but her heart beat wildly. She'd had trouble sleeping since she lost her. Little vince oil. Actually she'd had trouble doing anything since last christmas when she leaned over his cradle to find his face blue and his body limp. She glanced at their closet door which was slightly ajar inside. their party. Attire was gathering dust. These celebrations had once felt so important but now revelry disgusted. Her smiling was a rarity and when she did smile. It was always followed by an overwhelming wave of guilt.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"Frown perr sta also called birsh or berta is often depicted as a rag clad old woman with a beak shaped iron knows long teeth and the cane perhaps more unsettling than the fro herself is her hyme schenn. The german word for cricket a ghostly chorus of weeping unbaptise children that follow her around on midwinter. night's much like santa claus the frau rewards those who have worked hard during the year with gifts and punishes those who have misbehaved. Her favourite victims are liars and cheats. But laziness is also particular pet peeve for example. She grows angry at those who eat meat on a pitney eve and at spinners who have not finished weaving their flax however she also hates those who work on holidays and do not partake in festivities meaning. She's a fan of work life balance work hard but not too hard. Unlike the jovial father. Christmas the froze punishment is more severe than coal in your stocking author jacob grimm of the brothers grimm rights. They tell the children on the eve of epiphany that if they are naughty bear will come and cut their bellies open but her other punishments are no less cruel. She is scraped glass across liars tongues and boiled people alive. She's also known to trample victims with her boots. The lore surrounding frau pashda is meant to encourage moral duties and social norms. Tell the truth. Abide by tradition and don't be lazy on the surface. These rules seem simple enough but the frau perfection and she is unforgiving to those who do not meet her expectations but as horrifying as this warning must be for children. Adults must follow frau perished as rules to bore suffer.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Tales

Tales

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Tales

"Please exercise caution for children under thirteen. Coming up walter and his new wife face. An old dilemma. Hansel and gretel was a european folktales from the oral tradition first published by the brothers grimm in eighteen twelve wilhelm and jacob grimm were the forefathers of the modern fairytale movement alongside storytellers like cla and perot. They saw their collections as a way of preserving german culture. They invited people from across the countryside into their living room to retell the folktales of their childhood. They called their collection children's and household tales. And from the very first edition hansel and gretel was a standout hit the dark tale of child. Abandonment struck a chord. With the german people and later the world set against the backdrop of a famine. A father is left with a difficult choice sacrifice his children or die himself as heroin as it is. The folktales grounded in real history throughout the middle ages. Famines weren't uncommon in central europe and with a large portion of the population relying on subsistence farming for survival. Such famines could wreak havoc on the general public. Supplies would quickly dry up. Which caused the price of food. To skyrocket for instance during the great famine of thirteen fifteen to thirteen seventeen. The price of wheat rose more than three hundred percent in eight months. Crops drowned in the constant rain rotting in the fields and in the middle ages the lack of family planning and birth control left families with a difficult choice. Abandon their children and hope they can fend for themselves or all die together. Walter walked back from the heart of the black forest his axe slung over his shoulder and his eyes locked on the smoke billowing out from his chimney he was almost home after six months without heidi he was beginning to get used to her not being there to welcome him. If hardy only could made it another couple of years walter thought she was the kindest person he had ever known graceful and caring a perfect mother. If walter had his way he would have mourned her forever. But that wasn't an option for the woodsmen. He needed someone at home to help with hansel and gretel while hansel was almost old enough to chop wood with him. Gretel was a different story. She had taken her mother's death especially hard though resourceful and sharp gretel was also quiet and skittish traits. That only became more pronounced after heidi steph. Walter stopped in front of his doorway and dried his tears. It seemed pointless..

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Lore

Lore

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Lore

"Less mythology and more local legend. But as we all know, it's those local stories that dig deep and feel vibrance probably because they leaned. So heavily on locations, we can see and visit an her and the hunter is no exception. Compared to figures like King Arthur or even wild. There's not a lot known about hearn although that doesn't mean he's difficult to find. In fact, all you have to do is open up a copy of Shakespeare's comedy. The merry wives of Windsor Right there in act four is most likely the first popular mentioned him. Here's a modern transliteration of the old Shakespearean text. There's an old story that her in the hunter who used to be a gamekeeper here in Windsor forest walks around an oak tree at the quiet hour of midnight all winter he has big jagged horns and he strikes the trees with disease and cast spells on the cattle and makes the dairy cows give blood instead of milk shakes a chain in the most terrible and frightening way. Other writers since Jack Speer Day have also worked in the hunter into their stories William Harrison Ainsworth discusses the legend in his eighteen forty three novel Windsor Castle, and our ever intrepid collector folklore Jacob Grimm weighed in on the tails as well. It's not much but it does show how well known a figure he was to the people of the day. hearn according to all of these retailing's was a hunter God who was closely associated with nature and the creatures of the forest much like her newness even wore a crown or helmet of stag antlers which were said to be a gift from the devil after he saved her from a mortal injury, an injury caused by that same stag. But Her story really comes to life. When you pay attention to the smaller details, there are two things included in almost every popular retelling of his legend aside from those horns that he haunts us specific area of Windsor. Forest and that he is connected to a specific tree, they're a tree according to legend where he was killed. Today the area that Shakespeare would have known as Windsor Forest is called the Windsor Great Park it's a five thousand Acre Patch of land that was once a royal hunting ground and is now mostly accessible to the public. Don't imagine it as all trees though the park is wide open grass but somewhere within that area at least according to legend stood hearns tree. One sixteenth century map even pinpointed its location but in seventeen ninety eight that tree was rumored to have been cut down a few decades later in eighteen thirty, eight, a Nutri- was identified as earns but a storm blew it over in eighteen sixty three leading Queen Victoria to plant a new one in its place. One final replacement happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred six, and that one is still standing today a living reminder of an ancient legend. But that's not all. That's still around according to many hearn himself has never really left the forest. Countless. Sightings of him and his hunting party have been recorded over the centuries even up into the twenty century. And if they're true. They're also terrifying. In. Nineteen twenty, six, a local woman who lived in a farmhouse near the forest reported hearing the distant sounds of hounds barking as she sat up in bed the sounds became louder and louder until it passed along with the pounding of many writers right pastor window a moment later, the noise faded off into the distance. In nineteen, forty, seven, a woman reached out to the London. With a horrifying story, she had been walking along the edge of the park very late at night and caught movements in the shadows out of the corner of her eye stopping to peer deeper into the trees to cut of something that simply should not have been there. The figure of a large man riding atop a black horse. According. To this woman when the shadowy writer noticed her he threw his head back and let loose and evil laugh before raising his hunting horn to his mouth and blowing loudly as he wrote away. As you might imagine this woman ran home as quickly as she could and most likely locked the door behind her. But the most recent story might also be the most chilling. In Nineteen, twenty, six, a group of school boys claimed that they were exploring the woods of Windsor Great Park. When they stumbled across ancient looking horn, it was hollowed out decorated with intricate lines and strong on a length of cord. One, of the boys claimed that he actually lifted the horn to his lips and blew as hard as he could. A moment only the fading sound of the Horn blasts could be heard in the quiet park. But. Then off in the distance, a second horn replied to there's and then the sounds of Bain hounds in pounding hooves began to approach them. What arrived moment later was enough to send the boys running for their homes frightened beyond words at what they had witnessed. It was a pack of black dogs all standing around the legs of a tall man on dark horse. But. Most terrifying of all what these boys said, the mysterious man was wearing on his head. The ancient weathered antlers..

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Lore

Lore

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Lore

"It's one of the most popular activities in America according to the most recent statistics. Roughly forty five million people love to do it whenever they can or about thirteen percents of the US. Population every day people had outside and go hiking. And it's hard to blame them that fresh air that distance from the bustle of everyday life and that connection to the natural world. Those are attractive things. Sure. It can also be physically challenging, but that's the price of admission for anyone who wants to take trek into the wilderness. But there are shadows in the forest as well. If you've ever hiked alone, you're all too familiar with that anxious feeling that happens when you hear sound you can't identify or catch movement out of the corner of your eye despite all that beauty with the woods have more than anything else. Is Darkness. For thousands of years people have filled that gloom with something that could help them come to grips with the unknown stories. Even today, our collective folklore is treasury chest of legends about who and what Rome through the wooded areas of our world. The forest for many people is sacred space. But the woods are more than just a place to visit their home to challenges, risks and even dangerous wild animals, difficult terrain, and the dark side of all bat peace and quiet. The lack of human assistance can all conspire to turn a pleasant afternoon into an unexpected tragedy? And it's been that way for as long as humans have been around. But. If the tales are true, the forest might also be home to something else something that we mere mortals are woefully unprepared to deal with. Dangers. From another round. I'm Aaron Minke. And this. Is Lower? I could start with legends of supernatural creatures. I could start with the intricacies of fairies or deities or the mythology various cultures. But if I'm honest, the best and most efficient way to journey deep into the folklore of the forest is through one very specific bit of legend. And it's called. The Wild Hunt. It's a small segment of European folklore that historians can trace back to at least the post medieval period but those scraps clearly evidence of something much older and in a lot of ways, it's unlike many of the tales we bump into on a regular basis, it might involve common players or ideas, but the way it's all put together is something special. and very dark as well. Those, who studied the hunt typically break it into two distinct. Each originating from different parts of Germany in the southern region of the country, we can find hails of the dust hair or the furious host. This is the citing of a mysterious hunting party in the forest accompanied by the sounds of horns and shouting voices. Furious host is typically seen as a sort of omen a sign that some kind of catastrophe was headed toward the people who witnessed it. It could be a natural disaster or one brought on by the darker aspects of our human nature such as war or murder, or even the loss of a beloved leader. In. The northern parts of Germany, they call it the villa Yagi and this one is much more fearsome than its southern counterparts stories of this hunt describe it as a party of warlike writers or a band of deadly hunters. It's always led by a prominent figure rather than bring an omen of impending doom. This type of hunt has the chance of taking something with them often a loved one. From one perspective, it's a supernatural hunt with other worldly creatures on both sides of the chase. Those writing through the woods are thought to be the spirits of the dead or revenue the dead who have returned to the land of the living. While they're query are monstrous creatures. Some legends say the Hunters Chase Dragon while others feature them tracking down the devil himself. In the process, this other worldly hunting party would encounter human witnesses. Sometimes, these witnesses would stand up to the hunter and refused to let them pass. Those people would be punished for. Others chose to help the hunt and if they did so they would receive a reward either in the form of money or some other valuable portion of the slain animal but making deal with these ghostly hunters always came with the risk. Those who witnessed the wild hunt were said to be at risk of contracting the plague or bringing war down on their homeland. Others said that they risked being kidnapped by the ferries or dragged off to the underworld. But what's clear from all the legends is that the people believed these hunts really happened and they feared what could result from encountering them. And then of course, there's the typical bid of suspicion that creeps into society in these stories. Just s countless Europeans spent centuries afraid that their neighbors might be witches. Some people were also accused of willingly participating in wild hunt locals claimed that these people can lay asleep in bed and yet send their spirits out to ride with the hunters. Whether Europeans were punished for the suspected crimes is something I've been unable to track down. And then of course, there were the leaders of the hunt they varied from place to place, but usually took on a few key characteristics, each hunt leader someone who had failed morally in some way in these legends, their membership in the hunting party was a punishment for sins committed while alive. A good example was the dead nobleman can't von Hackl Berg it. Was said that when he was mortal, this count blew off church in favor of his friends on hunt during the course of their fund that morning they encountered to mysterious travellers one djelic and one devilish after mocking the angelic one for some unknown reason accounts entire hunting party was cursed to ride off into the other world and is still hunting to this day. Other leaders of the hunts have included Boden also known in the northern lands as Odin and elsewhere in Germany the leader was said to be burqa goddess of the Alpine region whose name translates as the bright one. Her southern counterpart, the goddess Holda. was similar in a lot of respects even known as the White Lady but she was also referred to as the dark grandmother and was closely associated with German witchcraft early depictions of Holda show her riding a broom through the night sky if that tells you what people thought of her. Over the centuries these legends have evolved, we can blame a lot of that change on Jacob Grimm of the brothers Grimm fame, his eighteen thirty, five book Deutsche Mythology included a collection of stories about the wild hunt. But in the process, he also blended them with more ancient theories about where they might have come from giving them new life in an old school sort of way. But. Just because these tales are old doesn't mean they've stopped evolving as nations rose and fell and culture spread out from Germany, they took their stories of the wild hunt with them. So it should come as no surprise that these old ideas found.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Oh I I heard you comedy. Kinda kicks him from behind but then tap was must get in a lucky shots sorts of whalen on thick with the tyron. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He must because he's like hitting him in the back. He's like no one else kidnap book. He disturbed me and the Batman pulls got any can hear their voices. No somehow is exactly what's going on. Even though he's down on the ground they can tap their up into the clock tower. Yeah fired and everything is once again. No yeah because once again he's back because he's like oh no not again. Doing the bat means the one who's having the flashbacks thinking this is what's happening. Bevan's thinking this is not another another partner by beaten to death by a piece of metal which I mean it kind of is but it's like Jason for the first time in months. That name comes to his lips. You mean it shows. He's Coniston he'll but but then taps taps the wrong things he's like all the game's GonNa be mine. I'm picking up where Zuko left off and takes like no never right. Nobody Jacob Grimm. Nobody gives them a second win. He revised Punches Steph boom. Nobody pretty sure he's got him all punch out all of this office you good book and then taps search Russian take from behind Batmans coming up meals Dick. Aren't they good thing that tiff falls over the edge? Because that was Bam in yelling take was a secret identity. Would yell at anyone else for that right. And then but not in his right mind well about. He said his brain. He's like having his long wrist. Jason again he'll below so yes to the will tap goes over the edge in the book goes with him and the pages get scattered to the wind because gone blown away. The rain washed away. And he's like so many criminals away. Then Bruce Dickey grab before I did quite man and he had some unfinished business to take care of so he goes to talk to his parents. Now a good ending Starting snap out of it and the next issue in the next episode. The most startling new events in the life of the Batman. It's like on the road to healing not quite yet but I suppose versing recognizing problem Has done that but yes I really liked that one. I like that I mean I actually ruses dealing with it in a bad way. But it's a pretty good depiction of green. I mean many people a new agreement all kinds of different ways and many of us would grieve in Benway's Lash out you know I mean it. It's yeah it's very fitting feels very silver. Hey It's all bruce's fault had I not kick out.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Save with GYCO. It's almost better than sports. An Rebecca thank you sponsor yes. Thank you And Okay so so history of Easter eggs. The practice of decorating eggs eggshells goes back. Fifty five thousand to sixty five thousand years like the middle of the Stone Age Ostrich eggs with designs scratched into them found in. What's now South Africa dating from that period of time They they were probably used for storing water And later they might have been intentionally colored bright hues like blues and reds those are the those are the oldest records we have because ostrich eggs or so much bigger sturdier than chicken eggs but But certainly by the fourth century CE at chicken eggs have been found that are thought to have been part of various holidays. And the end of burials one found in the tomb of a girl in Germany dating from around that time the Easter egg tradition dates back to medieval Europe whether or not it originated with Christianity. That's doubtful a lot of historians think that Easter and love traditions associated with it originated with an anglo-saxon festival held to celebrate winter's and in the coming of spring and to honor the goddess Easter or Astara or use Stra the Germanic goddess of dawn and spring. Eating eggs was part of the festival. And there was also perhaps a tradition of burying them to promote fertility. However I think there's literally one mention of the Scotus and historical records so yeah. This one is a complicated wine to suss out and a little bit more on this later but but okay so the one historical historical kind of in scare quotes record that we have of of the Goddess Easter is from the seven hundred ce. End this Christian English writer bead bed. Bill I've heard pronounciation. I'm not sure how to say it. I Apologize But but yeah I he wrote about the worship of this English accent Goddess Lester in times past previous to his But yeah there's no other written record of her and more on her later it's great okay. In the meanwhile in the meanwhile at the time Christian missionaries frequently held Christian Holy Days celebrations around the same time as Pagan festivals with the end goal of converting folks to Christianity to make conversion more appealing several pagan traditions were adopted or adapted into Christian celebrations. So probably maybe this is where the Easter egg got. Its start Yeah all of his in medieval Europe around the same time Roasted egg was also part of Jewish Passover Seder traditions which is another spring holiday that is historically tied to Easter so maybe eggs came into Easter. That way too or bright. Yeah Yeah Yeah another theory and it's one I know we have mentioned before has much more to do with stricter lynch rules that did not allow for the eating of eggs. No animal products at all. But you can't tell Hinson toppling eggs so folks would collect and hard. Boil the eggs for later. Since lent builds up to Easter. It would make sense that the eggs would be handed out that day off into those. That couldn't afford meat and that they would become associated with the holiday worth noting. Decorated eggs have also been a tradition of Iranian new year which takes place on Spring Equinox for thousands of years. And it's also viewed as a symbol of fertility also worth noting and languages like French and Spanish. The words for Easter come from the Greek or Latin word for Passover so like you were saying as far as dying extra Easter one of the first records of that came out of twelve ninety Britain and one Edward the first to celebrate Easter Edward commanded that four hundred and fifty eggs decorated with gold leaf or died to hand out as gifts. Meanwhile folks in what's now Ukraine were developing traditional pinky. I think I'm saying that right. Let me know if I'm not these are like wax. Resist dyed eggs Originally a for for pagan purposes. But around this time merged into Christian beliefs on these patterns of wax are applied and then Dis applied in layers And then more wax than more die and then the wax is all melted off to reveal these intricate designs and shading created by all of that layering And this is a folk art that continues today love it. Thirteenth Century English towns people gave their Lord of the Manor Easter eggs and bought them as Good Friday offerings at their churches and just FYI. I I went on a very unnecessary rabbit about this whole Lord of the manor thing because I just wanted to know what I was talking about so I was like. What does that actually mean? And apparently you can still try to get that title today. But it's really difficult okay. I found like modern legal blogs about this and again I had to remind myself. This is a food. Show time to stop looking up how I can become a lady of the banner anyway. The Vatican sent a young Henry the eighth an egg and a silver case around Easter time towards the end of the fourteen hundreds and this type of gift was called an egg silver later on in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Some records suggest that British folks were dying eggs handing them out as gifts because the color red symbolized joy in that area back then it was a popular choice or possibly it was meant to represent the blood of Jesus Christ a lot of the color and patterns were Biblical in nature up until the Eighteenth Century in area of Lancashire Eggs were acceptable. Easter Jews in the place of money. And in some renditions of the story. Or like we've talked about this a lot before a lot of times frequently in Christianity a lot of traditions kind of religious leaders step in and try to explain the religious reason behind why we were doing these things. We'd already been doing for a long time or try to turn that tradition into a lesson in a symbolism and in scripture yes yes so in some retailing's renditions. The hard eggshell is the ceiling of the tomb that Jesus placed in and the cracking of the EG the Resurrection Egg Rolling. Meanwhile which we're going to talk to you we're GonNa talk about a minute Was allegedly meant to symbolize the rolling away of the rock from the Tomb. Oh yes some sources suggested Martin. Luther held one of the earliest. Easter Egg. Hunts enlisting men to hide eggs from women and children so that would have been about the fifteen hundred M and certainly by sixteen eighty two? There was in place a German tradition of of an Easter Hare. Rabbit who who laid eggs for children to find It was written about that year in an academic essay. This brings us to the nineteenth century and this is when people pivoted to giving Easter eggs to children historians think that impetus behind this might be shifting Victorian ideals focusing on the importance of family with particular attention paid to kids and then in tandem. There was an interest in older traditions. These things came together to make holiday traditions. More kid friendly and one of these things being dying of Easter eggs. The Easter Bunny was a part of this to Easter Egg. Hunts followed soon after Yeah and all of that was over in the English. Speaking world but but meanwhile it is also around this time the the early eighteen hundreds that myths about the goddess. Stara started really cementing. Thanks to of all things. The German Romantic Nationalist Movement and folklorist Jacob Grimm in his eighteen thirty five book German with all Aji he proposed based on a bead beds that guys based on that dude's mention grim surmised and he wrote that That star I must have been a widespread goddess and all of these other works over the next hundred years by other folklorist just developed her mythology Including a story that she wrote in a chariot drawn by birds and then later stories so that it was drawn by hairs and then some other people got confused later about the wording. There assumed that she had transformed the birds into hairs. It is a one. I understand wonderfully confusing. But at any rate the The story of a star is creation of Easter Hare developed during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds and modern tailings often include the idea that That this goddess turned a bird into a hair to to save it and then ingratitude continued laying eggs or that. She did it as a punishment but such was the hairs grief That she allowed it to lay eggs once a year. Oh Wow yeah so. The hair is really upset. It wasn't a hair anymore to hair was really upset. It wasn't a bird anymore. Okay you know that makes more sense. No offense hairs but like flying. Yeah flying's Pretty Rad. I I would assume so. Yeah so yeah Deep thanks to a literary historian as Stephen Winnick over at the library of Congress for looking into all of this I I love it and this brings us to a question. I know you all have at this point the Easter Bunny. What's up with that? What is up with that? They're residing theory. Is that German? Immigrants to America specifically Pennsylvania brought their tradition and story of an egg laying rabbit called auster hustle or halls apologies. As I you know I took like five years of German has been on this This may have happened as early as the late. Sixteen Eighty S at the story made its way over to America on but first paper evidence that we have from here are drawings from eighteen. Audits of a hair Kind of leaping over a basket of Easter eggs. It makes sense with the whole fertility thing and rabbits reputation of mating like rides. Kids would make nest hoping that the house would lay beautiful colored eggs inside of them. And I've read that often These nests where where the children would would put down their hats like their little Cap Sir Bonnets and make a nest out of that and maybe like maybe like fill it with colored flowers so that the hair could eat it and leave colored eggs. Oh the practice spread from Pennsylvania across the country and also expanded to include not only eggs but also candy and other gifts the nest were replaced with baskets. Apparently some families believe carrots out for the Easter Bunny. We did this what I was a kid. Did you really is absolutely as you leave. Cookies and milk for Santa. You leave carrots or the Easter bunny. Okay I we were in Ohio and Pennsylvania though so maybe maybe it was a local thing. Yeah maybe another story goes the Easter Bunny. I rose from a poor woman who would hide eggs for her children to find on Easter and while searching for the mysterious hidden eggs. The children saw a hair hopping around and believed that it had laid. The eggs My parents made Easter baskets rose until I was in college and mine was usually movies because again I didn't like candy that much but Me and my dad. We both loved movies. And I gotta Say I know I've mentioned this on a previous podcast but I never once not one single instant. We'll leave. The Easter Bunny was real and I tooth fairy. Yes Hook Line sinker. Easter bunny parents told me that remember being like no. I don't know what you're trying. I mean you can make me a basket. I really appreciate you know. I think I think the Easter Bunny was the first one that I was like mom. Dad Like I was like five maybe six. I was like Mom Dad like. Y'All don't have to don't have to pretend anymore with the Easter bunny and it's it's okay like I like I appreciate it but you're off the hook. Yeah I like even the Vision I had in my head and this could be the problem. I wasn't like an actual rabbit. I was imagining like a man in a suit huge and the very idea of it freaked me out and I just thought no way. No okay all right. Well we're getting into like Murakami who rookie territory here. So let's move. Let's move on all right. The nineteenth century was also when we started seeing chocolate eggs in France and Germany. At first they were hard to eat in a bit bitter but with innovation chocolate makers were able to produce the sweeter hollow chocolate eggs. We are more familiar with.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"On that now. Should we dive into some voicemails? Indoor give some advice. That's not so grim. I got it late. Let's get into some grim. Yeah yeah man drew. I wonder what those were. They're real last name or that. They renamed themselves the brothers Grimm. He's gotTa know before we dive into something West. Graham I think it was their last name. The brothers Grimm. Oh wait maybe not renamed. Yeah Jacob Ludwik Carl Wilhelm Karl Interested if you're like you're grim and they're like we let that we we are. We Agree Jacob Grimm. And I'm call ground. Whatever the Jason Grim Jason Grim Jason's like a very modern named old-timey person and Hi Nicole Haifa share. Hi Jordan hiking me on Q. a few weeks ago I had a friend that I met through work. Who actor ghosting for a? I was like hey haven't heard from you wanted to see how you're doing you know. And she says that Personal things and needed to spend our time namic because I was training And the reason she wasn't talking to me or telling me why she ignoring me or she thought it was easier. Just ignore me instead of telling me what was going on And it's been about a month I've talked to where and I want to give her space from the 'cause it was training her but I also miss my friends and I was wondering what you guys think. Maybe it's just like the due to like help her relationship I I just continued to give her space and let things happen at. Its Natural Pace. Thanks so much big fan of the podcast and I hope to hear that sad. I hate hearing that me too. Especially as a person who's a lot like though it really and I'm very sensitive so if someone said I'm not speaking to you because you're draining me. I'll be devastated but a lot of times we'll have no idea what the situation is but like sometimes if someone really is going through something on their own. They're not fully aware of what they're saying 'cause her in her mind you being draining could mean something else it could mean like. I. I personally don't have the energy to entertain you or or hang out with you or whatever the thing is and not necessarily you are draining. Even though she said the words you are draining that maybe she didn't actually mean that or she didn't mean it and and that is unfortunate And that's nice of you to give her space. That is that is what she needs. Clearly if you really want to keep hanging out with her or repair the friendship she's the person. Ask what you can do. Yes I think reaching out would be helpful to be like. Hey I understand that you've said that I'm dreaming and you need to distance yourself from me but I am here for you if you need anything and I'm going to give you space so when you're ready to reach out I'm here in. That puts the ball in their court. And then you said your piece and there isn't anything really you can do to change. Someone's mind yeah. I think that's totally reasonable. Be Like I wanNA respect what you said and what you need to get through. Whatever you're getting through right now but I would like to hang out with these still so if there's anything I can do to make that happen or make that easier for you. Let me know if not best of luck I guess. Yeah but that's all you can do but Yeah I guess I think also if I was a person who is. I don't know what she's going through but it is nice to sometimes hear from somebody like I'm here for you even though you don't want me around that pestering way now like a million basis but if it's like look respect what you're saying if you need me. I'm here in. That could end. She might come back to you months from now but just knowing that you are there might help her in the future yeah. That's that's one's tough but I think we did. I hope so. I hope so. I will like an update. Yeah if you if you don't mind in a couple weeks or months let us know. Yeah also like even. If this person doesn't come back into your life you saying you putting out there that you're open to hearing what she needs for this friendship to continue might just help you as a person to. Yeah like if she's like Oh here let me expound what I was saying other than just saying you're draining Here's here are specifics. Maybe that can help. You'll be like oh maybe I was being a little too much in this regard on whatever Bellsa Another primary and this is all that's also that's responsibility. Yes that's why it's a tough warned me. Thanks yeah if you really feel like this friendship is worth any really miss it then investigate but also it is okay for things to fizzle out. Yes which is a thing. I'm trying to learn and embrace. I think a lot of people need to learn and embrace that like some friendships. Some relationships aren't meant to last forever. Yeah and that's okay. Yeah I can have had a good time for a little bit and then move on. Yeah I've actually. I've had friendships where we were really close for a minute and then like maybe both of us are. I realized like our dynamics not necessarily healthy It's okay to take a step back and be like you know I don't want this anymore and You know you can. Hopefully communication can help that but if not distances also great and because he will change and they grow and they and they don't need the same things they need and when I met you know. Okay this is taxed. Ooh The future high ladies. I don't have a question I just wanted to. Gush over how I appreciate your humor and podcast. It truly has made me cry. Laugh win. It was most needed after my dad's recent passing on December fourth. Uh after my dad's passing on December fourth. My Dad truly was my best friend and we had the same as humor. And we'll always have each other dying of laugh laughing dying of laughter on the phone or hanging out in the in his store he would have. Loved your ladies Larry's podcasts. You both have helped me keep smiling during the days. I'm working keep at it. You both Rock S. nine very nice glad that when people it makes me feel good when people are like your comedy has helped me through like a time where. I was very sad because comedy helped me through times where I was sad. Yeah so yeah. It's very nice. I'm glad that that people can get joy from this is because I'm joyful doing experience. Alleged to we are aliens you just came to the planet earth joy doing this to a joyful experience. I have a good choice. Lets you Nicole in share a love the show? My question is about say your friends you start dating you break up or make glee and now it's a few years of has you've grown closer as friends again can you slash. Is there a good way to be like? Hey what did you think of our relationship? How good was I am sick? You know the usual questions I I don't know if people ask Is it a good idea to ask it? Okay a love your so okay. Goodbye I mean. What an awesome opportunity. I'm not friends with any of my exes. So I I if I was. I think that'd be such a luxury to be like. Hey what did you make like fill out the survey let me know? Let me know your thoughts Because they have a perspective that no one else has and if you're close to them then they can be honest and I don't know I think that'd be cool. Ask I will say sexually. You know if you're good. I think right. Don't people tell you you're good? Yeah but not only the truth. Oh but can't you see it on their faces? Not everyone's telling the truth on their faces. Truly you know.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Coach me like some kind of fucked up personal trainer. Come on come on you got this. You got this. Don't be now fifty more Strokes then you're done. You can do this. Big Bro Brief. Ten more strokes come on fight for the build five finish strong come on are they. Were very close They weren't they weren't as close as joked around about being. There are also different people. Jacob The you know Personality Wise Jacob the eldest just laughing thinking about what the neighbors busting sometimes sometimes again Jacob the neighbors in this next recording studio if you're new to the show Jacob the elder series inverted physically active Ville helm outgoing and talkative. Who who didn't do as well physically had asthma back when it was really hard to get your hand hayler since he hadn't been invented yet and he was kind of the run to the litter after graduation? The boy's family I only wanted them to continue their educations and study law. This would allow them to get the kind of job to not only Do well for themselves financially but it would also help them provide for the younger siblings for the mom from the plan was for them to apply to the procedure. University of Marburg Law. School founded in fifteen twenty. Seven is one of Germany's old schools. One of the oldest still operating schools in the world it was was founded as a Protestant college today to Public University with over twenty five thousand students notable alumni include Kim Jong Sik former prime minister of South Korea and Nobel uh-huh prizewinning poet t s Eliot as he was a year older Jacob went to Marburg I Jacob rejected when he first applied not because he was a poor student but because he didn't belong along to the to the right level of society. The university was in the Kingdom of Hesse and the rulers had decreed that since there were too many students applying for the university only those in legally defined top seven levels of society could attend. I get a little class. Hierarchy Jacob Grimm as a son of the magistrate or as the son of a magistrate fell into the eighth level of society so many rungs on the ladder so the university initially refused to accept in no matter how good a student was which is obviously so stupid thing for for government to deny its own societies brightest minds from attaining the best education possible. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot wonder how many nations lost wars or had their cultures collapsed allows because they failed to nourish the best and brightest members of their own culture because they were too worried about like class by classes of society. Keeping everything you know segregated we'll never know what inventions inventions and contributions those You know Prevented from progressing or were prevented from progressing along. You know be because of being denied education because somebody wasn't born in the right family only or something The GRIMM brothers mother. Dorothea wrote a letter to the Hessian ruler asking for special permission for her son to attend and it was in. This was granted in eighteen. O Two if not we will never had their book and thinking about the potential ripple effect of that possible outcome without that book. Would Disney be with Disney today. Would there ever have been a Disney. How much later literature would have never been developed? Dorothy hadn't written a letter. On April thirtieth eighteen to Jacob began studying law University of Marburg without his brother. first time the brothers now seventeen in sixteen had been separated back in Castroville home became seriously. Ill was confined to his room for six months and I have to wonder. Distress of being separated from his brother helped bring listen. I mean who knows fills feels like a weird coincidence. He was so sick he wasn't allowed to read or write For some reason he was allowed to sketch in everyday his friend. In Paul wiggins the son of a university professor would come to talk to him and keep him company You gotTa Love old-timey Doctors Right can't read or write. You can still draw shit. which makes it's absolutely no sense right? How is reading something or writing something more taxing than drawing something? I mean. Maybe don't ask him to like write his eulogy in case as he dies stressful it gets at new. Don't have him read stories about young men getting sick and dying. I mean that's trestle but you know in general doesn't make sense of Ville home of course eventually got better. You got a strong enough to read and write again. Couldn't do more than just draw When he went back to class who he was not only caught up on the work he missed but advanced beyond what most students were taught in the year soon he would join Jacob in Marburg the brothers united in eighteen zero three they would again be inseparable rejoined by their mutual friend? Paul who almost didn't get an either because of his lower social status us. But as Smart Peasants Darren to go to school with the richy riches of Germany which was actually still known as the as the Holy Roman empires his time while studying at Marburg Arberg the boys became especially impressed by twenty four year? Old Professor. Named Frederick Karl von Savigny Professor Von Savigny didn't give dry lectures and expect students to copy down and memorize long lists of facts. He gave passionate lectures made. Learning Fun alike at Hale Nimrod Learn Chevy Fund the world centers in place and even if we have to learn something is not interesting you. It should still be fun to to filter. Get Smart Right now should be professor. Von Savigny also gave the GRIMM brothers and other students access to the school library which was a big deal. In unique and those days free public libraries were an option access to. Oh so many books were rare or was rare is special you know and this opened up a new world for the GRIMM's their big brains raines being fed like never before it's like they want free tickets to the all you can eat knowledge buffet. They started to study Germany's history. They started studied the structure of German languages. They follow their nerdy. Little heart desires Zaire's another example of import. Little decisions like this can be had. The brothers met this professor how did not gain access to those books they probably would not have ended up becoming a collector's folklore that would have ended up becoming lawyers. Bond Savigny taught them The careful research methods they would use later when collecting their stories. He taught the importance of German history. how these studies were just as important as Greek and Roman studies that they learned at university. They met other writers who were also interested in their country's cultural history and heritage of the professor's house. And this speak how important you know really good teacher can be in somebody's life. How can like shape the world you know? Maybe the teacher doesn't become known like their name gets lost a history three sometimes but their students minds they shaped influence the world and crazy ways So you know. The immediate of the writers who are also interested in Germany's cultural history and heritage later on these writers were claimed that they sent the Grimm's onto their past defame the idea that the GRIMM's had of becoming lawyers now lost because the influence of these other people. I'm sure mammogram was not initially pleased. You know I'm so proud of my sweet by Elias. Just like their father but but say you decided to work. On a collection of children's toys can stay nine nine. I vote allow it. Your father's rolling over in his grave I've I have no children U.. He could redecorate doc. It's back to school. Oh clock staff. This time fits thanks to von Savigny. The brothers get to know romantic poets such as a Tim. Von Arnim Clemens Brentano after the GRIMM brothers finish their loss studies. They continue to work clerks brains and castle and pursue linguistic studies in eighteen. o five mother grim boys siblings moved from Stein out castle probably irritated or not living living in a big house with all the lawyer. Money that the brothers could've making also early five. Professor von Savigny goes to Paris to conduct further linguistic and cultural research at the French National Library Library and he soon writes back. Ask Jacob to join him as his assistant. This means dropping out of law school right at the very end. Put off a proper day job when the family could use the money but Jacobs mother and aunt are supportive. They do agree to let him do it. Thank God for another cool on whose family was willing to financially help to pursue their dreams in France brings war to the Germans. Napoleon busy work on his plans to make all the world French. When Jacob Returns from his work in Paris the best job can find is as a clerk in the Hessian war or office he gets the job despite not graduating from the university and around this time Ville Helm does graduate from law school in August of eighteen? o Six dismantling of the Holy Holy Roman Empire of the Germination Occurs When Emperor Francis the second abdicates his title releases all imperial states officials from their oats and obligations to the empire. The Holy Roman Empire has been in business for a thousand years before Napoleon coming into the picture when the French war or shooting in the French took over an occupied castle Jacob continued working at what is now the French were office and then I imagine they did change fucking you know couple of signs is French now. Can't do Frenchaccent. I can't do any accent. Really yeah. I can do the French accent less than the others. And then he You know here's about much better much less born position at the Royal Library because now there's royalty in town Napoleon Bonaparte parts of had put his youngest brother Jerome The throne of Westphalia which included Hesse it was around this time to the brothers began collecting writing down fairy tales when they You know which they heard and castle and its surroundings a woman. There named Dr Dorothea Vitamin and to Huguenot families told him tales of the region and French origins Jacobs interests were more or research based while bill. Ham put the stories entails a hurt into a more pleasantly written style. The primary goal was linguistic research at this time especially Jacobs Comprehensive Study of history and structure of the German language His Study of the past German languages versions became known as Grimm's law GRIMM's law defines the relationship between certain consonants in dramatic languages and their originals in Indo European. He's contents would undergo shifts over time. That changed the way they were pronounced an interesting to the primary motivation that led to the discovery. Every of all these crazy stories wasn't just gathering the story for the sake of preserving them not. Initially it was to show German language had evolved from its linguistic predecessors around the time bill home developed village. Some serious heart problems. He stopped working and traveled to highlight for treatments. He was lucky to survive. Electric Shock. Therapy not the good kind now. Used to effectively treat some kind of psychiatric gastric illnesses Were just one of the many torturous treatments he reportedly received. Luckily and time has heart. Problems seemed to go away on their own When he wasn't getting strange therapies easy was pouring through old books looking.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"But few of these traditions are as old as the pederson a predecessor and perhaps earlier iteration of cramps. frow Puerta is an ugly witch said to wonder about towns rewarding and punishing children depending on their merit although I explicitly explicitly referenced by Historical Texts in twelve hundred ce. She is believed to be a relic of earlier Celtic or Germanic paganism. That was is warped into a hag. By centuries of early Christian influence many of her behaviors would later be seen in cramp stories namely her a punitive nature. FREE PAIR STA is frequently associated with retribution for failing household duties. It is said that if she finds any unspoken flax around the house by the Twelfth Day of Christmas she cuts tangles and ruins it. In Jacob GRIMM's Deutsche Mythology Eh. She even burns the hands of the person responsible and according to Australian mythology scholar. Lotte Matz she is known to defecate vacate on unspoken flax about two hundred years after the first recorded mention of Frau Parka around fourteen sixty eight ce she was joined by a retinue of similar spirits. Called the Peyton. These creatures assumed to be spirits of the departed are are still celebrated in modern Germany. These spirits are not necessarily evil and come in two varieties shooting. Picton the beautiful good good picton and she cooked the ugly evil Periton to an outsider. The ghoulish masks of the Shia packed are indistinguishable official from the campus. These costumes are an almost perfect example of what cramps was like before Christian influence turned him into Saint Ain't Nicholas's stooge. This connection is more than just speculation. In fact in many Germanic communities the traditions of the in in and crevice are treated as one in the same after all both involve elaborate handmade masks and raucous parading throughout their respective towns owns but whether cramps or Paxton a strong current of horror still runs through these festivities the ghoulish and menacing menacing creatures parading through Alpine communities have been a cause for social outrage and concern since written history began crevices says menacing presence grew so prevalent that powerful individuals began to take notice almost from the beginning. Cramps earned a number of real world enemies people and institutions. Who did not want to see the holidays become a season of pagan retribution? And few up next we'll discuss. How cramps has become a divisive isis? Figure in the celebration of Christmas and the beloved practices that make this demon stick around the dark side of is supported by better help. Online counseling people often put on on a happy face for others. Even though deep down there troubled it's okay to not be okay. There's no shame.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Those are literary distinctions, but they're all aimed at instruction instructing you in. What does it mean to be a German citizen and the Pentateuch pops into new perspective? All of a sudden like the fact that its narrative and poetry and law all in one book, but it's all aimed at instructing you in discerning God's world made in the image of gun. Yeah. And to be in the family of Abraham he correct? Yeah. I think I feel the discomfort of many people when we compare the Mora to fables. Oh, got it. This is just an analogy. Yeah. I'm not making that kind of comparison. I'm just saying for people in Jacob Grimm's time, where do you go to gain instruction in the ways of our people? It's not a set of not Pretoria long. You can't consult a law code might be one illustration. But you also go to our foundation stories you go to the stories we tell our children raise them on to poetry. These can all become examples of the Volks Geist, the Vokes case, that's a great word. And so in the same way, the Pentateuch as a whole not just the laws, but the whole the narrative about the laws everything is the part of instructing you in the vox guys kingdom of priests. That's the analogy. And even though we live in the time in human history were judicial lies the norm. We do live. Yes. Day to day more based off of custom correct Mary law. Like we in that last episode. We talked a lot. About the hiking trip taking laws and reality. We wouldn't write a lock code. No. We just kinda. No, we just know this customary laws. There's stories of people who hiked to before us. They ran into the proverbs wise sayings of what it means to be a good person. And we just knew all this stuff. And when something comes up, we're gonna appeal to those things. Correct. You know, when I wake you up in the morning before yet. It's like the sun came up. You're just going to be like what's the deal? No. We don't do that. And that's just typically how we live is off of customers. And then when a customer's violated, you'd need to make it explicit is why the the list of rules that like public pools. Long. Running no jumping peeing all that kind of stuff. Right. But the the only remember these are all things that we could all agree on too. Yeah. That's right. But apparently some things were unspoken. And then we realized oh, yeah. You know, you shouldn't whatever do this in the pool. And so now, we have to write the long list, and that it's funny where like you get the signs that used to say, no keyboarding. And now it's though skateboarding rollerblading scooters. That's right. The custom hind that is like, you know, this is just for pedestrians. Let's right. Let's not like destroy this. Did you hear about the sign that our friend Ken put on the pool it is house? Yeah. Don't remember. Welcome to our rule. There's no p in it. And let's keep it that way. It was good. Yeah. It's very memorable memorable. Like like, a fairytale. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. This is helpful does actually this is the first perspective. It's longest one but rounds off its its inclusion with the last one this is the way that the Torah came to be talked about in later Judaism as wisdom wisdom, literature when you get to the book of proverbs, the Torah that is passed down from parents to children is equivalent with wisdom. The Torah for spy books. The viable our wisdom literature. It makes a lot of sense than to how the Paul uses it with the Muslim the ox, totally. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So we'll get to that. And at the end, but this is the groundwork of a paradigm for approaching the whole Pentateuch, not just the laws, but the whole Pentateuch as a kind of legal education Volks guys legal isn't the right word law isn't the right word anymore. It's wisdom. Yes. Wisdom. Yeah..

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Bible Project

"And then someone pointed out like, oh, that's where my nose is all raw. Okay. So here's this fascinating. This is on the middle patriot Levin. This the helpful the station. So the point is common law. Societies flourished for most of human history because they require smaller pretty homogeneous cultures where the common values are just assumed you raised into the values set by your parents and your community and your local in Germany in eighteen hundreds. There was I guess he was the professor of law, and like the the godfather his name was Karl von Salvini. He called this common values set the vote is German the Volks Geist the spirit of the people or the collective consciousness of the people. So a common law where no written code is. The official statement the ficials statement is Vokes Geist. And so if you have a situation where social cohesion starts breaking down, it becomes more difficult for the law to be just what we all know is the right thing to do. So this is so interesting one of Carl Saban years most famous students was Jacob Grimm of the brothers Grimm. And he had his brother was Ville helm. The brothers Grimm. The brothers Grimm ov- Abel's, totally. So Jacob Grimm of the brothers Grimm was one of the most famous lawyers and scholars of German law in in Germany in the early eighteen hundreds their whole project of of collecting the folk lore and the stories of their people was wasn't just to like create children's books. It was a project aimed at upholding the common law tradition. They were collecting the Volks. Vokes guys. So think of all these stories Cinderella Hansel and gretel reponsible Rumpelstiltskin sleeping, beauty, the frog. Prince. So what they developed was a scholarly set of tools for unearthing, the original form of these stories and also how they changed through time. And then creating the official written editions of them. But why why did they put in all this work? They were trying to create the educational value code of German society in eighteen hundreds which begins with raising your kids. Think about it. What stories do we use teach our kids? What is right? How do we create in our kids? The right sense of what it means to be a German yet. How we treat each other. Yeah. So in the early eight is eighteen twelve eighteen fifteen they created a big multi volume addition of all the fairytales folktales. Hills. Folktales? Okay. This fascinating. Maybe this isn't fascinating. I found this really fascinating. Again, this is Joshua Berman. So he's Jacob Grimm. The former student of Karl von Salvini who was the founder of the historical school of German law. Studies he believe that law must emanate from the moors the social values of the people, and he initiated a vast effort to recover text and traditions that reflect the values and principles German culture. The Grimm brothers interest in German, folklore stemmed from a conviction that those specimens of culture these folk tales contain the remnants of German law and liberties judges should adjudicate make decisions on the basis of a range of customary law. Sources what a judge's draw upon when they make a decision not a law code that could use a law code as 'lustration, but also including proverbs mythology folklore poetry and the like this fessing Jacob Grimm, actually derived property laws. From some of the folktales found in their collection. Isn't that interesting? Well, it makes sense. So what's happening is this is an example of this time in human history were moving from common law to statutory law. Tori, judicial law and the brothers Grimm are saying, hey, let's make this a really great transition. Let's take all yes. Discovered from all of these years of customary law, and let's make sure that as we're making all this judicial law that is informed by and so they are thing. All of these fables wrecked were what we're used to help yet. Make common law decision the train. Yeah. Again. And this is helpful also to talk about the Pentateuch, the whole Pentateuch, the narratives and the laws as Torah instruction in the same way. That the brothers Grimm viewed these folktales instruction as a kind. Legal education. And all of a sudden what we call narrative and poetry and law for them..

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"You're going to get three titles. Not just one not just two three one audio book plus to audible originals that can't be heard anywhere else. Now, how about a free thirty day trial sounds good sounds good. Okay. Great. Here's what you're gonna do. You're going to go to audible dot com slash hell. That's audible dot com slash hell or text the word hell to five. Zero zero dash five zero zero and you're gonna get those two audible originals, plus your first audio book for free. All right, doesn't that sound nice? And I use audible, this isn't just a, you know, this isn't this isn't just marketing I use the app, but I used to far before they ever were part of our show here. I love it. Currently listening to an uncut. An unabridged collection. If you will of the brothers Grimm fairy tales the full title of the book is the original folk and fairy tales of the brothers Grimm. The complete first addition by Jacob Grimm, Willem grim and Andrea Daizo. She was the straighter. Also, Jack Zeitz was the translator on this book. It's an amazing collection, and these there so dark the stories. I love it. They're really really really dark. They were heavily edited before they ever got to our ears as children. This is the kind of cool stuff you can find on honorable. All right. So go there audible dot com slash hell or text the word hell to five zero zero dash fi zero zero and start your free trial today..

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"But. Jed your your first takeaway from this game. I think we're pretty much on the same page in the second half that devil's lake needed to make adjustments especially not taking shots from deepen towards the tail end of the game. He understand him shooting from rain shrine to come back from a near insurmountable lead. But especially early in the second half when they're down just nine. I'm not exactly sure what conversation went down during the break between get Derrick Gaffney company because nothing changed and as a Result West ran away with it. Yeah. I mean amongst other things, you know, there were a lot a lot of different factors that separated west Fargo in devils lake tonight, but more so than anything it was just game planning and really basketball IQ west Fargo was making the smarter decisions. They seem to implement the better game plan. They were overall just playing a smarter game of basketball and devil's lake. You know, they've got great natural talent. They've got the big men. They've got they do have players capable of hitting the three ball. The problem was they just. Weren't really catching onto the fact that that was that shot wasn't falling for him. And it wasn't going to get better as the night went on. They didn't really adapt. Their game plan. They didn't continue to evolve west Fargo did. And that ended up really hurting them down the stretch gay. You maybe even think back to the quarters game in the fact that they hit so many threes against Cheyenne might have transitioned. Fix their mentality. Coming into this game that they needed to continue to shoot it from deep in order to be successful. But unfortunately for them they were not able to do. So leading the way for west Fargo on the opposite side was our corporate world player of the game. Luke Lennon eight of thirteen from the field, including two made threes a place in which he just shot twenty percent during the regular season twenty one and ten day at the yard for Luke Lennon, Matt Miller had twelve hundred Lyman with eleven as well as feet rebounds. For the big man Carson Hegley the freshmen in his first EDC semifinals appearance with ten points. Four double digit scores for west Fargo, also aided by Braxton brewer who had five quarter burn Kat Nourredine Aiden end Jaden moten all had four on the opposite side for devil's lake grant Nelson led the way apropos fifteen and eight did foul out and had two blocks to go along with it as well in his sixteen minutes of play. Josh Dahlan had ten points a pair of threes towards the latter stages of the ball game, but admitted double digits Michael Widmer had eight Dominic Bjornson with seven four points apiece for Chris. Shepherd and Luke onstad and three for both Joey frolic as well. As Jacob Grimm long had two points and Leith Nelson, which is one point, but he astounding fourteen rebounds, three of which coming on the offensive glass for devil's lake. We'll be back in just a moment with some final thoughts. Here. Live from the shield center on the discover benefits post game show where again, west Fargo is victorious moving onto the championships. Seventy-one Fifty-seven they knock off devil's lake who will return to the losers brackets and try for a state qualifying match on Saturday back in a moment with more than the discovery benefits post game show on aim eleven hundred the flag excited to go to.

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"Thanks Heather now here, some big news. Oh my gosh. I did it. I wrote a book, and my friend. Shay, good luck made incredible illustration, and my friends early works press will be putting out this spring twenty nineteen hard to believe. But it's about my favorite bizarre story in history. The date eighteen seventy six when meet meet meet meet meet fell from the sky in Olympia springs, Kentucky. Now, if you're listening in February stay tuned, if you're listening in the future. What are you doing go? Find a copy stay tuned for pre-sale info, we'll have teasers on social media. They the Mitch our by mix all of coming in twenty ninety. The age. Hey, as may guess what? With. Brothers and sisters, sisters and brothers. Here is your first quiz time question another set of siblings responsible for something else. Most kids will be familiar with do, you know, what type of story Ville, helm and Jacob Grimm are famous for publishing. If you said fairy tales, you should give yourself a Pat on the back. The Grimm brothers fairy tales are some of the most enduring stories in the world now for the most part the brothers weren't actually authors. But they recorded a lot of traditional folk stories and published them in a collection. The version of stories like Cinderella and Bremen town musicians that were originally included in the book from eighteen twelve we're not quite like the stories that we know today. In fact, some of them are pretty scary in comparison. Question. Number two, what pair of siblings from Salzburg Austria amazed Royal audiences as young children with their incredible musicianship. Most people know about the amazing count Amadeus Mozart. But not everyone knows about his older sister Maria, Ana Mozart, the young woman was labelled a genius virtuoso a prodigy just like her younger. Brother would be an fact many people attributable gang Amadeus. Mozart incredible early development to sitting beside his older sister while she was learning before him. Okay. Here comes your third and final question. Most people know that actor John Wilkes booth assassinated ABRAHAM LINCOLN, but what favor did his brother Edwin booth do for the Lincoln family before the tragic event. The Lincoln's only had one son who survived into adulthood, and that was Robert if it hadn't been for Edwin booth. He might not have survived either at a crowded train station in New Jersey, Robert Lincoln, exited a train right in front of Edwin booth, but in the commotion he fell between the platform and the train which had started to move Edwin grabbed the young man by his collar and pulled him to safety most likely saving his life booth had no idea who the boy was but the boy knew him because he was very famous actor booth. Didn't actually find out what he done until he got an official. Thank you note from president Lincoln. Ancient Greek mythology is filled with some amazing and dramatic personalities nearly all of the Greek gods of legend had tremendous back stories, but sometimes the mythical stories of their birth are far more dramatic than their fictional lives. Could ever be the legendary Helen of Troy said to be the most beautiful woman in the ancient kingdom of Greece hatched from an egg. But that's nothing compared to others emerging from their fathers or arriving as a result of magic, golden raindrops. As was the case with perseus nothing though can beat Athena. The goddess with so many specialties that they couldn't off it on her business guard palace at the atrocious service got us wisdom, courage, inspiration civilization lawn. Justice reteach warfare mathematics strand strategy, the arts crafts and skill one version of her birth might go like this Zeus the most powerful of all the gods had a split. Leading headache like the worst headache imaginable way too big of a job for Tylenol or aspirin. So he sought the help of a friend who said, you know, what you need Unietd. Good wack in head with my axe. It was the best idea Zeus had heard at that point. But personally, I would ask for a second opinion. It must have been a really bad headache because he accepted and the act was swung Zeus being all powerful healed right quickly. But not before the source of the headache was revealed, a fully grown woman dressed in armor stepped out of the hole in his head. And that was enough. You'd probably have a headache do in the new world the world, we know today, which is free of armored women popping out of skulls, the image of this bringer of Olympia and sized headaches can still be found. An Athena remains a symbol of progress. Skill wisdom and all the things that she represented in her old world her name lives on in cities like Athens and her likeness in the mini sculptures around the world. One of the most magnificent an interesting only stood for a short time at Nashville's world fair. The creator was a twenty seven year old woman named Enid Yandell a Kentucky born artist living in Paris in eighteen ninety three when Enid was twenty three. She was an artist working as crew scrambled to finish the magnificent grounds of the Chicago world's fair. This spectacular city built within a city would bring millions of visitors to see the latest and greatest technology and entertainment education, and it was a celebration of progress. And for the lucky attendees, the fair was the first chance to ride affairs wheel chew on some juicy fruit gum and actually hear the pledge of allegiance, but before the hordes could talk at the beautiful fairgrounds while filling their face. With gum and a new serial called shredded wheat, which is a very bad combination, by the way, well, the mini buildings and cultivated lands of the grounds actually had to be built which they were by the skin of the organizers teeth part of the fares. Attraction was a display for each state in the union giving the states chance to show what made each and every one of them special an Enid was chosen to create a sculpture for her native Kentucky, the subject was another legendary Kentucky in Daniel Boone and to do so in it was able to use not only original portraits of the famed pioneer. But she also used the dead frontiers men's very own shirt powder, horn long, rifle and satchel while designing the statue. Apparently, none of his stuff was haunted. But if it were she might have called him, Daniel Boone. But

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"jacob grimm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"jacob grimm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Around seventy degrees. Forty one this morning. Last night at the AT and T centers Burs win amounts. Pass will come from Derek Whyte off to tomorrow Rosen side, right? The Marta rose six points for tomorrow's the Spurs applic- double digit lead early. And never relinquished the double digit lead mayor Becker beat the closest that after the Spurs built the lead up as high as twenty eight I don't think that Toronto ever got closer than six teen big night for Tamar his first ever triple double. And we will have more on the Spurs win last night. And how the San Antonio Spurs fans treated one Leonard. But I on the day this day back in the day. The fourth day of January the year was eighteen forty seven man named Samuel Colt sold his first revolver pistol to the United States government on this day in nineteen sixty five during his state of the union address. President Lyndon B Johnson proclaimed the building of the great society is fifteen years ago. Nasa Mars, Rovers spirit landed successfully on Mars. Two thousand six Nancy Pelosi became speaker of the United States house of representatives as one hundred tenth congress convened. She was the first woman to hold that position and was elected again yesterday. Two thousand ten eight years or excuse me nine years ago. One of these days, I'll get my mass straight probably sometime. Mid February the department of health and human services centers for disease control and prevention removed HIV infection from its list of communicable diseases of public health significance. Birthdays today include the late author. Jacob grimm. One half of the brothers Grimm gave us Hansel and gretel Snow White, and he also published Deutsches Buick a comprehensive German dictionary. Happy birthday today. Michael stipe? I'm guessing Michael Stipe REM carrying around a bottle, Ed slapping himself in the head all the.

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