ABOUT FIRE WORSHIP.
Let every family worship the fire of its hearth. Then that year is lucky. It is not necessary to call a shaman, but you can worship yourself. You have to live well by yourself. What’s included is brisket, thyme, sarkhad, tea, 3 pieces of tail, pudding, and ghee. People can worship fire themselves if they do it from their own heart, Mongolians.
From the tradition of family fire worship: fire can be worshiped at home or outside. The fire is lit by the woman of the house. The fire is lit with fresh matches. When the fire starts to burn, put the breast and raise the sarkhad, thyme, ghee, tea, pudding, milk and tail. Then, by saying their surnames and names, in a sense, such people will declare that they are worshiping fire. The owner of the house is followed by his wife and children.
After that, bow to the fire three times and say the prayer three times. While doing this act, if someone has made a mistake in the past, he sincerely wishes that he will forgive him and not make the same mistake again. After that, they will respect each other and give sincere thanks.
2nd offering sarkhad, thyme, ghee, tea, pudding, milk, again lift the tail and sing aloud the song with beautiful words. If you travel a lot, it’s good that everyone has their own song. After singing, cheer three more times. Again on the fire, raise the tail of the ghee, ghee, oil, and milk, and wave the dish, money, and money in your wallet 3 times and turn the sun 3 times. Then write down your three wishes for the year on a blank piece of paper and put them in the fire. After that, they will complete another beautiful melody.
Sarhad must be offered by the householder.
It is said that it is good to have a horse or a sheep on this sacrificial day. The best day of this year will be the white horse day.
HOW TO RAISE YOUR FIREPLACE…
In the family relationship, which is the core of society, respecting the hearth and keeping it sacred is not only the pride of everyone, but our elders teach their children that by respecting the hearth, they will live happily and with equal destiny.
This is manifested in the ancient Mongolian way of worshiping the hearth, worshiping the fire when necessary, offering a sample of food, and keeping the fire holy by not doing bad or ugly things.
Since ancient times, every Mongolian tuurgatan has respected and cherished fire.
A three-year-old toddler is said to be the god of fire.
Do not put garbage, onions, garlic peels and bad things into the fire. The god of fire refrains from defilement.
– Ghee, alcohol, fatty meat, and new silk crepe rags are offered.
It is said that the god of fire burns until three spoonfuls of food and three cuts of meat. If you spit into the fire, you will gain good deeds, if you drink milk, you will go blind, and the animal’s milk will curdle. It is important not to put socks and other things near the fire.
Does not damage the hair in the fire. It is wrapped in paper and burned. It is said that the god of fire is afraid. He does not chop things with an ax near the fire. It is said that the head of the fire may be removed. Before dividing the juice, it is necessary to light the hearth. Short ribs symbolize the success of deeds, stumbling blocks make everything beautiful, and the marrow symbolizes enrichment.
THE MYTH THAT PEOPLE BECAME FIRE
In the past, the people of our continent did not have fire.
Every night, the people of the Upper Continent make a fire, and the people see the sparks of the embers shining. They enviously discuss what to get from the fire. The vulture will get bigger, but the swallow is fast and small, so it will be just right. So the swallow asked him to find fire from the upper continent. When the family went to the upper continent, While cooking dinner, one of the family members dived in and started a blazing fire. The housewife, who was holding fire scissors, yelled that she was a fire thief and grabbed the swallow’s tail with her scissors.
Thanks to fire, the development of the human body, protein and brain improves, and Mongolians worship fire in the meaning of Lha shuir, as well as in the sense of the sacred power of nature that sterilizes and cleanses, and they deeply believe that fire is the most sacred, everything including humans is sterilized, in short, fire sterilizes everything.
It is related to the knowledge of purifying the inner spirit and the energy of the people who are coming from far away and those who come to participate in the funeral through the fire.