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Ysyakh in Moscow
Of particular interest among the guests of the holiday was the Algys ritual ceremony, which was conducted by algists from Yakutia: he kindled a fire, calling upon the bright gods of Aiyy to descend to the people with mercy, send them peace, kindness and well-being. The ceremony, which took place during the hours of the highest solstice from 11 to 12, consisted of several parts: the rites of purification, blessing and kumispity.
This year a delegation of the Amginsky ulus arrived to Moscow to discover Ysyakh, where the descendants of ancient tillers live till now.
The festivities ended with a circular dance - we will wither. Like the Russian dance, it symbolizes the solstice, the annual circle. This is an energy dance-ritual of communication. Osuohai demonstrates the universal unity of people. It is believed that each participant in the dance is charged with energy for the whole year.