The night before the finding of the True Cross, Demera, is being commended brilliantly the country over today. The unwavering case that the Empress taught the individuals of Jerusalem to bring wood for a campfire, include incense, and consume it to know where the True Cross was covered.
The finding of the True Cross (Meskel) on which Jesus Christ was executed is praised among supporters of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church each year to celebrate the revelation of the cross by Empress Helena of Rome in the fourth century.
The blaze's smoke ascended high into the sky and got back to the ground, demonstrating the specific spot where the True Cross was found.
Devotees of Ethiopian Orthodox Christians in this way mark the finding of the cross for two days, beginning from the eve. The night before Meskel, known as Demera, is praised by consuming a gigantic campfire, following Empress Helena's models.