This is the Christian celebration of the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would conceive and become the mother of Jesus, the Son of God, marking his Incarnation. In the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox churches, the Feast of the Annunciation is one of the twelve “Great Feasts” of the liturgical year, and is among the eight of them that are counted as “feasts of the Lord”. Throughout the Orthodox Church, the feast is celebrated on March 25.
The Annunciation has been a key topic in Christian art in general, as well as in Marian art in the Catholic Church, particularly during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. A work of art depicting the Annunciation is sometimes itself called an Annunciation.
Non-Christian, pagan folk beliefs, claim that on this day, softer and quicker heal all the wounds, so often the ears of the little girls are often twisted. Related to this, the owners are sweeping their houses and yards and burning fires that jump over to avoid a snake bite in the summer. For the same reason, women did not touch needles, hooks or threads. For the same reason, women did not touch needles, hooks or threads. This day is early in order for the year to be rich. It is good for everyone to come out of houses fed and with money in their pockets, so if they eat it the cuckoo, be all year round with money and money. It is believed that if Annunciation is planted with trees, they will give birth to very sweet fruits. According to the confidentiality, on this day the night witch come out. The first guest to enter the home is guessing about the year. If the guest is good and rich, the year will be good and rich. If the guest is a bad person, the year will not be good.