What does it mean that the pheasant enters the flood as a mirage? The moral behind eating dumplings
has 24 solar terms in China, and the characteristics of each solar term are different in the season, including the solar term at the beginning of winter. What does it mean when the pheasant enters the flood as a mirage? What is the moral behind Lidong eating dumplings? Let's learn about this festival together with the old yellow calendar!
what does it mean that the pheasant entering the flood is a mirage? The pheasant entering the flood is a mirage, that is, a big bird such as pheasant, and the mirage is a big clam. After the beginning of winter, big birds such as pheasants are rare, while big clams with similar lines and colors can be seen on the beach. So the ancients thought that pheasants would become big clams after the beginning of winter. A pheasant entering the flood is a mirage. Pheasants, pheasants; Zheng Kangcheng, Huainanzi and Gao Yinju all note that mirage is a big clam. The jade chapter also says: mirage, big clam. Mozi also said: clam, a mirage, is not a clam? In the notes to the book of rites, it is said that Jiao belongs to the genus, and in the book of rites, it is explained by clams and mirages. It seems that it is not a clam. However, according to the article of chela in Materia Medica, chela is a big clam, a mirage. It can exhale for a building, and taste the mirage beside the sea to form a building wall. The chapter turtle Sutra says that a mirage is a wheel Island, and the moon breathes out into a building, which is the same as the dragon. It is clear that this is a clam. In Er Ya Yi, Zhou's rites are cited to argue that mirage is a clam. Notes to the book of rites refers to the pheasant. Due to the theory of snake transformation, the pheasant is regarded as a mirage. It is said that it looks like a snake and is large, and the scales under the abdomen are all against the scales. I know it, but I doubt it again: it looks like a dragon, has ears and horns, and I can also smell and know it. It is not like a thing's ear if it is true in Materia Medica and Zhang Gui Jing. Flood, Huai also, Jin said: pheasant into the Huai is a mirage.
the moral behind eating dumplings at the beginning of winter. The dumplings are half moon shaped, warped on both sides and rolling in the middle. It was originally called dumpling bait and also written Jiaoer. It is said that it was first created by Zhang Zhongjing, the medical saint of the Eastern Han Dynasty, and its full name is "Quhan Jiaoer soup". Jiao'er soup is very much like today's wonton. It has thin skin and beautiful stuffing. The soup is clear and thick. It's a big hot bowl. You drink it and chew it. In the end, you get oil in the corners of your mouth, fat intestines, round belly and sweating. The beginning of winter, the handover of autumn and winter, is also the time to give birth. Eating dumplings for new year's Eve dinner means "Jiaozi at the age of more years". From the beginning of winter to new year's Eve, dumplings are both the beginning and the end. They are round and close, just like a rhythmic and sonorous metrical poem.https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/30425.html
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