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Many consider the ancient rituals of shaking the lulav and etrog on Succot as an old relic of superstitious Judaism. While modern Judaism is rational and practical, many onlookers consider practices such as these to be pagan residue.But Succot is more than that. The raw connection of Succot’s 'shaking ritual' to
natural elements, and its strong natural symbols, are a great
opportunity to slip away and delve into a more emotional world of a mystical and
irrational side of Judaism.
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By SAM SOKOL
By ANNA HIATT
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By JEREMY SHARON
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