Feast of Saints Peter and Paul take three days for farmers to be protected against potoapelor and for their grain to be rich. In the rural world, the feast is known as Sânpetru and marks mid-summer harvest time and agrarian. The day before the feast is dedicated to the spirits of heaven, to this day, walk off the world and punishing those who sleep outside. One way to protect against these spirits are garlic and wormwood.
Being placed higher than Heaven rooms, divided Sânpetru feed wildlife – and especially wolves, this day is called the “Feast of the Wolves”, and simmer hail to crush it melt and become less dangerous to humans and fields.