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Poinsettias, Magic Christmas Mexican Flowers coloring our tables

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posted on Dec, 24 2016 @ 06:21 PM
The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light,
Dear Readers,

Every year just the Poinsettia Industry without counting their trading chains ,along millions of supermarkets, produces a revenue of at least 250,000,000 that support hundreds of thousands of Americans, apart of the additional fact that their presence make happier our lives in the cold nights of winter.

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These beautiful flowers that blosson in Christmas time are just only one of the dozens of good things Mexican culture have granted to build the American dream along History.

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Poinsetta named after the lastname of an American diplomat who was the very first to bring them to America in the XIX century, have been cultivated for thousands of years in south central Mexico,where are called Holy Night flowers.

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The Aztecs called poinsettias "Cuetlaxochitl." During the 14th - 16th century the sap was used to control fevers and the bracts (modified leaves) were used to make a reddish dye.

Montezuma, the last of the Aztec kings, would have poinsettias brought into what now is Mexico City by caravans because poinsettias could not be grown in the high altitude.

In the 17th century, Juan Balme, a botanist, noted the poinsettia plant in his writings.

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Thanks for your attention , have a Merry Christmas with these exquisite yellow, white, red, fucsia or pink so nice delicate flowers coloring with their magical silhouettes our tables.


The Angel of Lightness
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posted on Dec, 26 2016 @ 08:19 AM
Im a fan of them. About 20 years ago a local welder made a bunch of lighted poinsettias from steel rods and regular christmas lights. Created a local fad that spread through the city until we have them everywhere at Christmas. People have them in their yards, all over businesses, city property....everywhere. This year they started popping up on top of the mountain. They range from 6 feet to 30 feet across.

The guy who sells them also sells a service to install/take down/store them. He did well for himself, and it made our community rather pretty during the Christmas season.

posted on Dec, 28 2016 @ 01:42 AM
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan

Yes, poinsettias represent a very distinctive symbol of nature's rebirth, their colorful and vitality aspect has a very interesting contrast with the crude almost dead winter.

Is that special colorful beauty what matches perfectly with the message of Christmas, a spiritual rebirth in Christ for our souls.

Thanks for your reply,

The Angel of Lightness
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posted on Dec, 26 2018 @ 08:55 PM
The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light
Dear Readers

On the vespers of what appears to be another difficult weekend for the American stock and commodity markets, expecting that it would be so unlikely to recover all the points lost by the Dow Jones a week ago, we see the consequences of the lack of proper handling of the economy by a mediocrely conceived administration obsessed with accomplish absurdt and irresponsible populist campaign promises.

It looks this moment the best one to dream on Not a wall of mutual lack of confidence, hatred and lack of trust between nations that have grown together, but on the possibility to have in that same border at future a giant beautiful multicolor garden of beautiful Poinsettias, like a national park, symbolizing harmony, solidarity and a brotherly international relationship.

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Poinsettias farms at Texas country

Neither America Nor Mexico deserve to end separated by a horrible symbol of the most negative attitude, a monument to the most low human passions, thousands of Kilometers where billions of dollars would be badly wasted in something so ugly and that represents failure instead of success, resentment instead of love, miserable thoughts of separation instead of a common future of progress reached working together.

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Growing Poinsettias imported from Mexico in American farms

Happy Holidays for all in both sides of the border, Merry Christmas.

Thanks for your attention

The Angel of Lightness
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