Kokie šaunūs yra ištikimi VIEŠPATIES žmonės!Būti su jais man didžiausias malonumas. Ps 15 (16) - 3
Pradėjo Augucka, birželio 09, 2014, 18:02:24
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Citata• First, the abbot's sign is to set two fingers on your head and at the same time grab your hair. • The deacon's sign is that one should make a motion with one hand hanging, as if to ring a small bell. • To indicate the prior, raise your forefinger over your head, for that is his sign. • If you would have a sacramental wafer, bend your forefinger to your thumb. • When you would have a censer, move your hand downwards and move it back and forth, as if swinging. • If you would have a candlestick, blow on your forefinger and hold your hands locked together as if you had a candlestaff. • If you need a small candle, blow on your forefinger. • If you would have a Bible, move your hand back and forth, raise up your thumb and set your hand flat against your cheek. • If you wish a sitting man to rise, turn your hand and move it up quickly in stages. • If you wish him to sit, then turn it downward and move it down in stages. • When you would have a whip, move your fist back and forth as we described before, and raise up your two fingers. • If you need a knife, cut with one finger over the other as if carving. • The sign of porridge is to move your fist back and forth as if stirring porridge. • When you would like cheese, set your two hands flat together, as if pressing. • If you would like milk, stroke your left finger with your right hand as if you were milking. • The sign of honey is to set your finger on your tongue. • When you would like fish, move your hand back and forth the way a fish moves its tail, when it swims. • When you wish to drink, lay your forefinger along your mouth. • The sign for beer is to knead one hand on the other. • The sign of the razor is to put one forefinger over the other, as if carving and then to stroke your cheek with your finger as if shaving. • The sign for a fur garment is to stretch forth your left sleeve and pluck the inside with your left hand. • The sign of the king is to move your hand down, then seize your head on top with all your fingers in the shape of a crown. • The sign of a layman is to take yourself with both hands by the chin as if taking yourself by the beard. • The sign of a laywoman is to move your fingers across your forehead from one ear to the other in the sign of a headband.