By Paul Laux

There are plenty of Christmas traditions – like mistletoe, cookies, ham, and now, an upside-down Christmas tree.

People are paying a pretty penny for it.

It’s kind of art. It also takes a lot of work, considering you have to actually hang it from your ceiling.

So where did this idea come from? It actually dates back way further than you’d think – back to 12th century when it was used to represent the Holy Trinity.

Some people love the idea:

Others? Not so much.

Either way, one thing is certain – it isn’t going to be cheap.

More here.

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