Universal History: The Deep Symbolism of Groundhog Day | with Richard Rohlin

by | Feb 2, 2022 | Videos

In this episode of Universal History, Richard Rohlin and I dive more into American culture by exploring the forgotten Christian origins of Groundhog Day (2nd February).

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  1. Mary S

    As a Virginian, I want to mention that the inhabitants of Colonial Williamsburg who wrote that poem would have been Anglicans, not Puritans. The Puritans settled in New England and did not celebrate Christmas or Candlemas. Thanks for your work!