Three thousand years BC, in the Bronze Age, the Trypillian culture was located on the territory of modern Ukraine, Moldova and Romania. These people built a complex and advanced civilization with cities, trade links and unique rituals. In one of the two-story houses located in the city-settlement, a mother lived with two children. On that day, she performed a special ceremony for her son, which was supposed to provide him with protection and good luck in the future. After that, she took a natural dye and carefully drew a symbol on the boy's palm. This symbol was a geometric figure that symbolized the patron god, whose influence was to accompany the boy throughout his life. Such rituals were common among Trypillians and passed down from generation to generation. They helped to keep in touch with traditions and culture, as well as strengthen faith in their community and gods.