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We all know that the New Year is a time of celebration, a time to join with family and friends, to say goodbye to the problems of the past and to welcome the fortunes that the future holds. But have you ever wondered why January 1 marks the beginning of the year? Have you ever wondered why we celebrate in the way we do it?

New Year Traditions and Superstitions

There are many superstitious traditions that began many years ago, which today have lost their meaning. As a rule, these traditions were adopted to influence the luck that happened next year. For example, New Year parties, which we all know and love, began to be explained by the fact that what you did on the first day of the year can affect their luck. That’s why parties pass midnight and in the new year and explain why they attract many families and friends.

When the clock strikes at midnight, it is common to kiss our loved ones and make loud noise (Happy New Year!) to celebrate the beginning of the new year. Although most of us just do it without thinking about it, there is a sovereign reason behind this. Traditionally, people kiss to make sure that the relationship continues until the end of the year, and they made a lot of noise, because they believed that they would scare the evil spirits.

The History of The New Year

The origin of the New Year celebrations date back thousands of years ago. In 2000 BC Babylonians celebrate the New Year for 11 days. This period did not begin on January 1, as we expected, actually began with the first new moon after the first spring day (also known as the Vernal Equinox).

Only in the 153BC of the 20th century, January was declared at the beginning of the year by the Romans. The month is named after Janus, the mythical god of the beginning. The calendar year has become much more similar to the one used today in the 46BC of the 20th century, when Julius Caesar created the Julian Calendar. After consulting with the astronomer, he combines the calendar year with the movement of the sun and marks January 1 as the beginning of a new year.

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