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perihelion January 4, 2020

Holidays

The Significance of Holidays:

Currently, we celebrate holidays that tell of past miracles, or great historical moments in time. We have metaphors of time’s arrow, time’s cycle, death and rebirth. We relate to the cycle of time hopefully marked by belief in progress, or evolution. We anticipate a future in which things end in cataclysm or paradise. In order to progress, we must acknowledge that ideas of endings and beginnings are traditional ideas of time. Analog time created order and repetition of which the industrial revolution was born.

Circular faces of clocks were a product of technology and related to an idea of return. Lunar time and solar calendars created the grid where common time was observed. Later Digital Time, made of discrete dispassionate disposable moments with no connection to the past or future. Worst of all there is the material nihilism that pervades our world that devalues everything as meaningless. Now we believe in quantum time and cosmic time even though these concepts are imperceptible at the macro level of everyday life. Or collective consciousness embraces relativity while traveling at the speed of light, even though this abstract concept seems of negligible value in everyday life. Ideas that while interesting have no influence over the day to day.

These Are Arbitrary Antiquated Concepts Of Time. What Are The Benefits And Shortcomings? Do They Have Noticeable Effects?

January Esoteric Holidays

https://www.northernway.org/mysteryschool/tag/perihelion/ JANUARY ESOTERIC HOLIDAYS Jan 1 – Jan 31 January/Janus – Dedicated to Old Roman God-Goddess Janus – Jana, who knows both past and future. Jan 2 thru 3 Feast of Old Greek Goddess Hekate / Hecate– who guides all through transitions and crisis. Jan 3 or 4 Earth Perihelion – when the Earth is closest to the Sun. (It is …

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Epiphany (holiday)

Epiphany (Greek for “to manifest” or “to show”), is a Christian feast day which celebrates the “shining forth” or revelation of God in human form in the person of Jesus Christ. The feast falls on January 6. Western Christians commemorate the visitation of the Magi to the child Jesus on this day, i.e., his manifestation …

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“Solstice”

“Solstice” is a Latin word, by the way, coming to English from Old French and then Middle English, and originally derived from sol sun + status, the past participle of sistere to come to a stop, cause to stand. This makes sense if you think about the solstice as the sun’s path reaching an endpoint and then turning around and going the …

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The origin of Halloween

Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the …

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Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice — from Eric Weisstein’s World of Astronomy   As the Earth travels around the Sun in its orbit, the north-south position of the Sun changes over the course of the year due to the changing orientation of the Earth’s tilted rotation axes with respect to the Sun. ThisQuickTime movie illustrates the tilt of the Earth’s equatorial plane …

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