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History of the four leaf clover:

The origin of the legend of finding a Clover Four (shamrock) and the Luck it would bring, takes us back to the time of St. Patrick. He was born around 373 in Scotland. His real name was Maewyn Succat.
At the age of 16 he was kidnapped by pirates and sold as a slave. During this 6-year period of slavery he got more and more religious visions and his faith gave him strength. He escaped, travelled to France and became a priest.

At the age of 60 he returned to Ireland to spread Christianity. They say that Maewyn possessed an enormous strong personality which helped him always to overcome setbacks. He used the clover/shamrock as a metaphor for the trinity: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The clover three had the form of a cross and it was believed in general that this was a sign of a perfect unit. The legend says that St. Patrick chased away all snakes from Ireland. They crawled to the sea and drowned. The snake used to be a symbol of an earlier pagan faith and with this telling story he saved Ireland from the paganism. Saint Patrick is often depicted in an episcopal garment with snakes and a shamrock at his feet, and the holy trinity with the aid of a clover or shamrock. "St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17th by all Irishmen, all over the world. This custom dates from the seventh century and has been since then a never interrupted tradition."

According to legend, otherwise, each leaf of the clover represents something. The first leaf is for hope, the second leaf is for faith, the third leaf is for love, and the fourth leaf, naturally, is for luck.


Here your wishes, desires and passions are being heard ! Here your wishes, desires and passions are being heard ! Here your wishes, desires and passions are being heard ! Here your wishes, desires and passions are being heard ! Here your wishes, desires and passions are being heard !
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