SRA SATANIC RITUAL DATES 2016

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2016 dates

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Ritual Dates and Symbols
This page summarizes significant symbols and dates used by cults and various destructive groups. Each group is different and may celebrate different sets of holidays, placing emphasis on different days. Dates with significance to individual groups, like leaders’ birthdays, may also be celebrated. Full and new moons are also significant, particularly so if they fall on any of the main holidays or the survivor’s birthday. Those groups that utilize numerology mark dates whose numbers add up to “power numbers” or dates with repeating numbers, such as October 10, 2010 and November 11, 2011. Please remember that abusive groups steal, pervert and mock the holidays of legitimate religions. This does not mean that all people who observe these holidays are abusive. It is not their fault that abusive groups choose to defile their sacred days.

Other ritual calendars on the Internet are listed at https://survivorship.org/alt-calendar/

Ritual Calendar: 2016
January
1/1 New Year’s Days. A druid (spirit) feast day (light fires on hill tops)
1/1 Fast of Tevet/Holy Temple (Jewish) AM-PM
1/5 or 1/6 Twelfth Night
1/6 Dionysian Revels
1/6 Epiphany referring to celebrations over the manifestation of the divinity of Jesus
1/6 Kore gives birth/ manifestation of divinity; Kore, Demeter, Persephone.
1/7 St. Winebalt’s Day (blood)
1/7 Eastern Orthodox Christmas
1/10 New Moon
1/12 Birth of both Rosenberg and Goering, Nazi Leaders in WW11
1/13 Satanic New Year
1/14 Makar Sankranti: Hindu: Harvest Festival
1/15,1/16 SKillfest, feast day of St Henry of Coquet Island, noted for psychic perceptions
1/20 New Moon
1/17 Feast of fools(Old Twelfth Night)Satanic and Demon revels (sex)
1/18 Old Epiphany
1/18-1/22 Dream Festival(Pleiades)
1/18 Martin Luther King Day
1/20 S St. Agnes Eve, patron saint of virgins
1/20-1/27 Grand climax (blood rituals) in Satanic calendar: conjuration of Talal, a warrior demon
1/24 Vasant Panchami: Hindu: Worship of Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, ancestor worship
1/24 Full Moon
1/24 Tu B’Shevat (Jewish celebration of spring) Begins in the evening
1/25 Robert Burns Night (Burns night)
1/26 Australia Day
1/29 St Agnes Eve (spells)
1/30 Hitler named Chancellor of Germany

February
2/1-3 Mysteries of Persephone, Groundhog/Imbolg day. A night requiring human sacrifice
2/2 Candlemas (Imbolc/Imbolg), Brigid’s Day/mother goddess (bride) (blood)
2/8 New Moon
2/12 Lincoln’s Birthday
2/14 Valentine Day, encourages physical lust, 13 days after Imbolc, number of extreme rebellion
2/14 Fertility Rituals
2/15 Lupercalia (she-wolf mother Romulus and Remus: honoring of Pan)
2/15 Shrovetide/Witch Shabbat
2/15 President’s Day and Washington’s Birthday
2/17 Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras)
2/17 Shivaratri (night of Shiva creator/destroyer)
2/18 Ash Wednesday (beginning of Lent)
2/21, 2/22 Feralia/Terminalia (Roman All Souls)
2/22 Full Moon
2/25 Walpurgis Day (blood)

March
3/1 St. Eichstadt. Conjuring of Ninkharsag, Queen of Demons (blood)
3/1 St David’s Day
3/2 Dionysian Revels
3/3 Eastern Orthodox Beginning of Lent
3/9 Festival of Ishtar(Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus)
3/9 New Moon
3/12 Rituals of the Elements and Feast of the Times
3/15-17 Ides of March: Rites of Cybele and Attis (begins twelve day death and resurrection ritual)
3/6 Holi: Hindu: Festival of colors, spring festival
3/9 Total Solar Eclipse
The total solar eclipse will be visible from Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi and from locations in the Pacific ocean.
The eclipse will be partial for people in South and East Asia and northern and eastern Australia.
3/16 Montsegur Day, persecution of the Cathars
3/17 St. Patrick Day
3/18 Sheila-na-gig (Sheelah’s Day, Sheelahis Day ( Celtic Creatress)
3/18 Jacques de Molay Day (Knights Templar)
3/20 Solar eclipse (Europe, North/East Asia, North/West Africa, Western North America, Atlantic, Artic)
3/20 Feast of the Supreme Ritual, the invocation of Hours: the beginning of the new year (orgies)
3/20 Feast for the Equinox of the Gods:commemorates the founding of Thelema in 1904
3/20-3/22 Pelusia, Invocation of Isis. Tubulustrum Roman purification/Shab-i-barat. Night of Forgiveness(Islam), Homage to the God of death
3/20 Palm Sunday
3/21 Spring Equinox. Children dedicated to Satan or Tiamet
3/21,3/22 Goddess Ostara (Ishtar, Eaostre) for whom Easter is named
3/23 Full Moon
3/23 Lunar Penumbral Much of Asia, Australia, North America, Much of South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic, Antarctica
3/24 Purim
3/24 Feast of the Beast, Bride of Satan/Feast of Priapus/Festival of Isis
3/26 Holy Saturday
3/27 Easter
3/28 Rama navami: Hindu Birth of Lord Rama
3/31 Vertmass, feast of green, Green King/fool of love

April
4/1 April Fool’s Day, 13 weeks from New Year’s Day
4/2 Maundy Thursday, Last Supper of Jesus and Apostles
4/3 Day of Passion ( blood)
4/4 Death of Martin Luther King
4/4 S Hitler’s Birthday (alternate)
4/5 Yom Hashoah Holocaust Remembrance Day
4/7 New Moon
4/8-4/10 The Feast for three days of the writing of the Book of the Law
4/14 Hanuman Jayanti: Hindu: Birth of Hanuman, shape shifter
4/19 First day of the 13 day Satanic fire ritual Baal, Nimrod, major human child sacrifice
4/20 Hitler’s birthday
4/20 St George’s day/national day in the UK
4/21-5/1 Grand Climax/Da Meur/ preparation for Beltane
4/22-4/29 Preparation for sacrifice
4/22 Full Moon
4/22 – 4/30 Passover
4/24 St Mark’s Eve (divining and herbs)
4/26-5/1 Corpus de Baahl/Grand Climax
4/27 Queen’s Day ( Netherlands)
4/30 Anniversary of Hitler’s death
4/30 Walpurgisnacht (May eve) major festival day/Roodmas
4/30-5/5 Grand Climax/Da Meur/ Beltane (blood)

May
5/1 Beltane ( May Day) Fire festival/celtic festival, Greatest Sabbat, fertility rites/open fields
5/2 May Day (Ireland)
5/5 Cinco de Mayo
5/5 Ascension Day
5/6 New Moon
5/8 V-E Day
5/8 Mother’s Day
5/9-5/13 Lumeria (three days Roman All Souls)
5/15 Pentecost
5/21 Full Moon
5/21 Armed Forces Day
5/22 Israel Independence Day (Yom Haatzmaut)
5/25 Lag B’Omer (birthday of Jewish Mysticism)
5/29, 5/30 Memory day dedicated to Joan of Arc
5/30 Memorial Day

June
6/3 Eastern orthodox Ascension Day
6/5 New Moon
6/6 Queen Elizabeth’s birthday ( New Zealand 6/1 West Australia 6/28)
6/6 D Day (invasion of France in WW2)
6/7 First day of the fast of Ramadan: Islamic
6/11 Shavuot
6/16 New Moon
6/19 Father’s Day
6/20 Full Moon
6/21 First Nation’s Day Canada
6/21 Summer Solstice (orgies)
6/21 Rituals of the Elements and Feast of the Times
6/23 Midsummer’s Eve
6/23 St. John’s Eve Fire Festival
6/24 Lighting the Midwinter Bonfires in New Zealand

July
7/1 Satanic and demon revels (blood)
7/1 Sacred Heart of Jesus
7/1 Canada Day
7/4 New Mood
7/4 Independence in USA
7/14 Bastille Day
7/15 St Swithun’s Day (Ireland)
7/17-7/23 Sacrifice of first born males, communion with flesh and blood
7/19-7/20 Sunfest
7/19 New Moon
7/23 Beginning of Dog Days, linked to Sirius, Dog Star, Sothis, star of Set
7/24 Parent’s Day
7/25 Pioneer Day (Mormon)
7/25 St Jame’s Day/Festival of the horned god (herbs)
7/27 Grand Climax

August
8/1-8/2 Lammas/Lughnasadh-corn harvest (blood)
8/2 New Moon
8/3 Satanic and demon revels (sex)
8/12 Feast for the First Night of the Prophet and his Bride
8/12,8/13 Diana’s day, triple goddess, moon and three moon phases
8/14 Fast of Tish’a B’Av
8/15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
8/17 Krishna Janmashtami: Hindu: Birth if Krishna
8/18 Full Moon
8/24 Mania (opening of Nether World Gate)
8/24 and 8/25 Birthday celebration of Shri Krishna
8/24-8/27 Fundus Mundi/St Bartholemew’s day/Great shabbat ( herbs)
8/29 Raksha Bandhan: Hindu celebrates the bond of protection between brothers, sisters, and cousins.

September
9/1 Start of WWII
9/1 New Moon
9/1 The annular solar eclipse will be visible from central Africa, Madagascar and locations from the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
The eclipse will be partial for people in most of Africa.
9/5 Labor day
9/5 Ganesh Charurthi; Hindu: Birth of Lord Ganesha, god of wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune
9/5-9/7 Marriage to the Beast (Satan)
9/7 Feast of the Beast, marriage of virgins to Satan
9/13 Grandparents’ Day
9/16 Full Moon
9/16 – 9/17 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse visible from Europe, most parts of Asia and Australia and from eastern Africa
9/17- 9/30 Pitr Paksha: Hindu 16 day period when spirits visit their descendant’s home
9/20-9/21 Midnight Host, vows, blood sacrifice from tip of finger
9/22 Fall Equinox
9/21 Rituals of the Elements and Feast of the times
9/23-10/2 Mysteries of Eleusis
9/25-10/3 Navaratri: Hindu: Fall Festival, Worship of Durga. Lakshmi ans Saraswati
9/29 Michaelmas

October
10/1 New Moon
10/3 Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year)
10/5 Opening of Mundus Ceresis
10/7 – 10/11 Durga Puja
10/10 Columbus Day – US
10/12 Dia de la Raza: Mexico
10/12 Thanksgiving Day in Canada
10/12 Hitler’s half birthday
10/13 Backwards Halloween
10/15 Death of Goering
10/16 Death of Rosenburg
10/16 Full Moon
10/16 – 10/23 Sukkot
10/22 Ashara (Kali’s victory over Mahishasura)
10/22-10/29 Preparation for all Hallow’s Eve
10/24 United Nations’ Day
10/24 Simchat Torah
10/29 Kali Puja
10/30 New Moon
10/31 Halloween/Samhain/All Hallow’s Eve/ Hallomas/ All Souls Day
10/31 Preparation for the Isia (ring of six: Isis, Hathor, Nepthys, Horus, Thoth, Anubis) Resurrection of Osiris
10/31 Start of the Celtic new year. Dark half of the year

November
11/1 All Saints’ Day
11/1 Satanist High Holy Day
11/1-11/6 The Isia: six day ritual drama search for pieces of Osiris/feast of the Netherworld, parting of the astral veil/resurrection of Osiris
11/2 All Souls’ Day (in honour of the dead), Santeria, El Dia De Los Muertos
11/4 Satanic Revels
11/5 Guy Fawkes’ Day (UK)
11/7 Hilaria/Mania (Open of Mundus Cereris) rebirth of Osiris
11/9 Kristallnacht
11/11 Diwali: Hindu: Festival of Lights: The end of Lord Rama’s exile, killing of a demon by Krishna’s wife
11/11 Veteran’s Day (Armistice, 1918)
11/11 Remembrance Day ( Canada)
11/14 Sinterklaas: Feast of St Nicholas
11/14 Full Moon
11/24 US Thanksgiving
11/27 First Sunday of Advent
11/28 New Moon
11/30 St. Andrew’s Day

December
12/6 St. Nicholas’ Day
12/14 Full Moon
12/17-12/22 Saturnalia
12/21 St. Thomas Day- Fire Festival, feast day, orgies
12/21 Yule/ Winter Solstice
12/22 Ritual of the Elements and Feast of the Times
12/22 Fast of Tevet/Holy Temple (Jewish)
12/24 Christmas Eve/ Satanic demons revels/Da Meur/Grand High Climax
12/24-1/1 Chanukah
12/25 Christmas Day
12/26 Boxing Day ( UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand)
12/26 St. Stephen’s Day
12/29 New Moon
12/31 New Years Eve/Hogmanay

REBLOGGED IN FULL FROM       H E R E


Pagan calendar

Pagan, Witch, Druid & Heathen dates and events.

Important neo-pagan festivals & religious holidays are included even if research into the origins are sketchy, as they are important in modern paganism.

  • Fire festivals – Coligny calendar & Margaret Murray
  • Celtic tree calendar – Robert Graves
  • Info on old pagan events & calendar dates include Coligny calendar, Cormac’s Glossary and Bede’s writings.

2016 Pagan Calendar download PDF

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Following is reblogged in full from  H E R E

created 19/02/16

Note: There are blog entries containing additional information on the following holidays:

Halloween https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2011/10/02/samhainhalloween/
Yule/Winter Solstice http://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/yulewinter-solstice/
Candlemas https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/candlemas/
Valentine’s Day https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/valentines-day/
Spring Equinox https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/the-spring-equinox/
Beltane   https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/beltane/
Summer Solstice(corrected text) https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/well-this-is-embarrassing/
Lamas https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/category/lamas/
August Ritual Dates https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/august-ritual-dates/
Fall Equinox https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/the-fall-equinox/

This page summarizes significant dates and symbols used by various cults and destructive groups. For most survivors, the worst symbols and dates are among those on this page.

Please remember that abusive groups steal, pervert and mock the holidays of legitimate religions. This does not mean that all people who observe these holidays are abusive. It is not their fault that abusive groups choose to defile their sacred days.

Each group is different and may celebrate different sets of holidays, placing emphasis on different days. Dates with significance to individual groups, such as leaders’ birthdays, may also be celebrated. Full and new moons are significant in some cults, particularly if they fall on any of the main holidays or on the survivor’s birthday. Those groups that utilize numerology mark dates whose numbers add up to “power numbers” or dates with repeating numbers, such as October 10, 2010 and November 11, 2011.

I have listed Christian, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Hindu, Islamic, and Thelemic holidays separately, after the Satanic ritual calendar. Days that might be significant in Australia, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom follow. A section on symbols is at the very end.

Other ritual calendars on the Internet (there is much duplication) are at:
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/cienciareal/cienciareal20.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20101121081602/http://breadonthewaters.com/witchcraft_exposed.html#KJR4
http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/satanic_calendar.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20100312115218/http://www.care1.org/articles/a23_calendar.htm#calendar
http://www.theopenscroll.com/hosting/SatanicCalendar.htm
http://www.nowfaith.tv/090320_Satanic_Calendar_Occult_Symbols.html

Satanic calendar

Abbreviations
N – Nazi, neo-Nazi
P – Pantheistic
S – Satanic

January
1/1 S New Year’s Day
1/6 P Kore gives birth/manifestation of divinity
1/6 P Dionysian Revels
1/7 S St Winebald’s Day
1/10 S New Moon
11/12 N Birth of both Rosenburg and Goering, Nazi leaders in WW2
1/13 S Satanic New Year
1/17 S Feast of Fools/Old Twelfth Night/Satanic and demon revels
1/18 – 1/22 P Dream Festival Pleiades
1/18 N Martin Luther King Day
1/20 S St. Agnes’ Eve
1/24 S Full Moon
1/30 N Hitler named Chancellor of Germany

February
2/1 – 2/3 P Mysteries of Persephone
2/2 S Candlemas/Imbolc
2/8 S New Moon
2/12 S Lincoln’s Birthday
2/14 S Valentine’s Day
2/15 P Lupercalia (she-wolf mother of Romulus and Remus) honoring of Pan
2/15 S? President’s Day/Washington’s Birthday
2/21 – 2/22 P Feralia/Terminalia Roman All Souls’/boundary day
2/22 S Full Moon
2/25 N Walpurgis Day

March

3/1 S St. Eichstadt’s Day
3/2 P Dionysian Revels
3/8 – 3/9 Total solar eclipse visible in Sumatra, Borneo, and locations in the Pacific ocean. Partial eclipse visible in South and East Asia and Northern and Eastern Australia.
3/9 S New Moon
3/9 P Festival of Ishtar Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus
3/15 P Ides of March: Rites of Cybele and Attis/begins twelve day death and resurrection ritual
3/17 N Hitler’s birthday (Note: Hitler was born on Easter, so Nazis celebrate his actual birthday, 4/20, and Easter of the current year. This year Easter falls on 3/17.)
3/18 S P Sheila-na-gig/Sheelah’s Day,/Sheelahis Day/Celtic Creatress:/Jacques De Molay Day/Knights Templar
3/20 S Spring Equinox
3/20 T Feast for the Supreme Ritual/the invocation of Horus/the beginning of the New Year
3/20 – 3/22 P Pelusia, Invocation of Isis/Tubulustrum Roman purification/Shab-i-barat.
3/13 Penumbral lunar eclipse: Visible from most parts of Asia, Australia, North America, and South America.
3/23 S Full Moon
3/24 S P Feast of the Beast/ Bride of Satan/Feast of Priapus/Festival of Isis

April
4/1 S April Fool’s Day
4/7 S New Moon
4/8 S Day of the Masters
4/21 – 5/1 or 4/30 – 5/5 S Grand Climax/Da Meur/
Third week of April S Preparation for sacrifice in some Satanic sects
4/20 N Hitler’s birthday (Note: Hitler was born on Easter, so Nazis celebrate his actual birthday, 4/20, and Easter of the current year. This year Easter falls on 3/17.)
4/22 S Full Moon
4/26 – 5/1 P Corpus de Baahl
4/30 S N Walpurgisnacht/May Eve
4/30 N Anniversary of Hitler’s death

May
5/1 S N Beltane/May Day/ Labour Day in Europe
5/6 S New Moon
5/8 N V-E Day (Victory in Europe, WW2)
5/8 S Mothers’ Day (US and Canada)
5/ 9 – 5/13 P Lemuria: Roman expulsion of evil spirits
5/13 Friday the 13th
5/18 S? Victoria Day (Canada)
5/21 S ? N ? Armed Forces Day
5/21 S Full Moon
5/30 S N? Memorial Day

June
6/5 S New Moon
6/6 N D-Day: invasion of France in WW2
6/19 S Fathers’ Day (US and Canada)
6/20 S Full Moon
6/20 S Summer Solstice
6/23 S Midsummer’s Eve
6/23 S St John’s Eve

July
7/1 S Canada Day
7/4 S Fourth of July/US Independence Day
7/14 S Bastille Day
7/4 S New Moon
7/19 S Full Moon
7/24 S Pioneer Day (Mormon)
7/25 S St. James’ Day/Festival of the Horned God
7/29 N Hitler proclaimed leader of the Nazi party

August
8/1 S N Lamas/Lughnasadh
8/2 S New Moon
8/18 S Full Moon
8/24 P Mania/opening of Nether World Gate
8/24 – 8/27 P Fundus Mundi/a three day late-harvest festival
8/28 P Feast of Nephthys, wife of Set, Goddess of Death, marks the end of Fundis Mundi

September
9/1 S New Moon
9/1 Annular solar eclipse: visible from the Atlantic Ocean, central Africa, Madagascar, and the
Indian Ocean. Partial eclipse visible from Africa and the Indian Ocean
9/1 N Start of WW2
9/5 S Labor Day (US and Canada)
9/5 – 9/7 S Marriage to the Beast (Satan)
9/7 S Feast of the Beast
9/16 S Full Moon
9/16 Penumbral lunar eclipse: visible form Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia
9/17 N Hitler’s alternate half-birthday
9/20 – 9/21 S Midnight Host
9/22 S N Fall Equinox
9/23 – 10/2 P Mysteries of Eleusis
9/29 S? Michaelmas

October
10/1 S New Moon
10/5 P Opening of Mundus Cereris
10/10 S N? Columbus Day (USA)
10/12 S Thanksgiving (Canada)
10/13 S Backwards Halloween
10/16 S Full Moon
10/16 N Death of Rosenburg
10/19 N Death of Goering
10/20 N Hitler’s half-birthday
10/22 – 10/29 S Preparation for All Hallows’ Eve
10/24 S? N? United Nations’ Day
10/30 New Moon
0/31 S N Halloween/Samhain/All Hallows Eve/ Hallowmas/All Souls’ Day
10/31 P Preparation for The Isia ring of six: Isis, Hathor, Nepthys, Horus, Thoth, Anubis/ Resurrection of Osiris
10/31 S N Start of the Celtic new year, the “dark” half of the year

November

11/1 – 11/6 P The Isia: six days’ ritual drama/search for pieces of Osiris/feast of the netherworld, parting of the astral veil/resurrection of Osiris
11/4 S Satanic Revels
11/14 S Full Moon
11/7 P Hilaria/Mania/Opening of Mundus Cereris/rebirth of Osiris
11/9 N Kristallnacht
11/11 N Veteran’s Day: Armistice, 1918 (USA)
11/11 N ? Remembrance Day (Canada)
11/24 S Thanksgiving (USA)
11/29 S New Moon

December

12/6 S? St. Nicholas’ Day
12/13 S ? St. Lucia’s Day
12/14 S Full Moon
12/17 – 12/22 P Saturnalia
12/21 S St. Thomas’ Day/Fire Festival
12/21 S N P Yule/Winter Solstice
12/24 S N Christmas Eve/Satanic and demon revels/Da Meur/Grand High Climax
12/25 S N Christmas Day
12/29 S New Moon
12/26 S Boxing Day (Canada)
12/31 S New Year’s Eve

Holidays celebrated by different religions

Christian holidays
1/5 or 1/6 S Twelfth Night/Epiphany
1/10 Baptism of the Lord
2/9 Mardi Gras/Shrove Tuesday
2/10 Ash Wednesday
2/10 – 3/26 Lent
3/20 Palm Sunday
3/24 Maundy Thursday
3/25 Annunciation
3/25 Good Friday
3/26 Holy Saturday
3/27 Easter Sunday
5/5 Ascension Day
5/22 S Trinity Day
5/15 Pentecost/ Whitsun
5/22 Trinity Sunday
5/26 Feast of the Body of Christ/Corpus Christi
8/15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
9/8 Holy Cross Day
10/31 All Hallows Eve
11/1 S All Saints’ Day
11/2 S All Souls’ Day
12/8 Feast of the Immaculate Conception
11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18 The Sundays of Advent
12/24 Christmas Eve
12/25 Christmas Day

Eastern Orthodox holidays
1/6 Theophany: Baptism of Christ
2/2 The Meeting of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple
3/14 Beginning of Lent
3/25 Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary
4/24 Palm Sunday
4/28 Holy Thursday
4/29 Holy Friday
4/30 Holy Saturday
5/1 Pascha/Easter
6/10 Ascension Day
6/19 Pentecost
6/26 All Saints Day
8/6 Transfiguration of the Lord Jesus Christ
8/15 Ascension of the Blessed Virgin Mary
9/1 Beginning of the liturgical year
9/14 Elevation of the Cross
12/25 Nativity of Christ

Jewish holidays
Note: Rosh Chodesh is the new moon and the beginning of the month. Dates in 2016 are: sundown 1/10 to sundown 1/11, sundown 2/8 to sundown 2/9, sundown 39 to sundown 3/10, sundown 4/8 to sundown 4/9, sundown 5/8 to sundown 5/9, sundown 6/6 to sundown 6/7, sundown 7/6 to sundown 7/7, sundown 8/4 to sundown 8/5, sundown 9/3 to sundown 9/4, sundown 10/1 to sundown 10/2, sundown 11/1 to sundown 11/2, sundown 11/30 to sundown 12/1.

sundown 3/10 to sundown 3/11 :Tu B’Shvat: celebration of spring
sundown 3/22 to sundown 3/23: The Fast of Esther and the evening of Purim
sundown to 3/23 to sundown 3/25: Purim: commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people from Haman in the days of Queen Esther of Persia
sundown 4/21 to sundown 4/22: The Fast of the Firstborn the night before Passover
sundown 4/22 to sundown 4/30: the week of Passover/Pesach: Celebrates the deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt
sundown 5/4 to sundown 5/5: Yom HaShoah: Holocaust Memorial Day
sundown 5/10 to sundown 5/11: Yom HaZikaron: Day of Memory
sundown 5/11 to sundown 5/12: Yom HaAtzma’ut: Israeli Day of Independence
sundown 5/25 to sundown 5/26: Lag B’Omer: symbolizes the resilience of the Jewish people: celebrated with bonfires and picnics
sundown 6/4 to sundown 6/5 Yom Yerushelayim: Jerusalem Day
sundown 6/11 to sundown 6/13 Shavuos: commemorates the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai
sundown 8/13 to sundown 8/14 Tisha B’Av: Day of Mourning)
sundown 10/1 to sundown 10/4: Rosh Hashanah: the Jewish New Year, Day of Judgement
sundown 10/10 to sundown 10/12: Yom Kippur: Day of Atonement
sundown 10/16 to sundown 10/23: Sukkos: harvest festival
sundown 10/23 to sundown 10/524 Shmini Atzeres: an extension of Sukkos
sundown 10/24 to sundown 10/25 Simchas Torah: celebration of the annual complete cycle of readings of the Torah
sundown 12/24to sundown 12/14 Chanukah: festival of light: triumph of light over darkness

Hindu holidays
1/14 Makar Sankranti: Harvest Festival
2/12 Vasant Panchami/Saraswati Puja: worship of Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, ancestor worship
3/8 Ugadi/Yugadi: New Year
3/24 Holi: Festival of Colors: spring festival, celebration of triumph of good over evil: dedicated to Krishna or Kama
3/15 Rama Navami: Birth of Ram, the seventh avatar of Vishnu
4/22 P Hanuman Jayanti: Birth of Hanuman, shape shifter
8/18 Raksha Banhan/Rakhi: celebratation of the bond between brothers and sisters
8/25 Krishna Janmashtami: Birth of Krishna
9/5 Ganesh Chaturthi/Anant Chaturdashi: Birthday of Lord Ganesha, god of wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune (Hindi)
9/28 Pitr Paksha: 16 day period when spirits visit their descendants’ homes
10/1 – 10/10 Navaratri: Fall festival, celebration of the nine forms of Shakti/Devi.
10/11 Dussehra/Dasera: Celebration of Kali’s victory over Mahishasura, triumph of good over evil
10/30 Diwali/Dipavali: Festival of Lights: dedicated to Lakshmi or Kali: the end of Lord Rama’s exil: destruction of evil by Vishnu

Muslim holidays
Muslim holidays start the evening of the previous day.
5/5 Lailat al Miraj: celebrates the Prophet Muhammad’s journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and his ascent into heaven and return.
5/21 Lailat al-Bara’a/Nisf Shabaan/: Night of Absolution
6/7 – 7/7 Ramadan: period of fasting, self-evaluation and spiritual growth
7/7 Laylat al-Qadr/Night of Destiny: commemoration of the first revelation of the Qu’an to the Prophet Muhammad.
7/1 Quds Day: a day of support for oppressed Muslims of the world.
7/5 – 7/26 Eid al-Fitr: end of Ramadan beginning of a three-week feast.
9/13 Eid al-Adha/ Feast of Sacrifice: remembrance of the prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son. A time of forgiveness, kindness, and gift-giving.
10/3 Al Hijira: Islamic New Year: a time of mourning and fasting.
10/11 Ashura: martyrdom of the prophet’s grandson, Hussein
12/12 Milad un Nabi: Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad.

Thelemic holidays
3/12 Rituals of the Elements and Feasts of the Times
3/20 Feast for the Equinox of the Gods/commemorates the founding of Thelema in 1904
4/8 – 4/10 The Feast for the Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law
6/21 Rituals of the Elements and Feasts of the Times
8/12 Feast for the First Night of the Prophet and His Bride
9/21 Rituals of the Elements and Feasts of the Times
12/22 Rituals of the Elements and Feasts of the Times

 

Countries

Australia
1/26 Australia Day
3/7 Labour Day (Western Australia)
3/14 Labour Day (Victoria, Tasmania)
3/14 Canberra Day (ACT)
4/25 Anzac Day
5/4 May Day/Labour Day (Northern Territory, Queensland)
5/8 Mothers’ Day
6/13 Queen’s Birthday (all except Western Australia and Queensland)
9/4 Fathers’ Day
9/26 Queen’s Birthday (Western Australia)
10/3 Queen’s birthday (Queensland)
10/5 Labour Day (most regions)
11/11 Remembrance Day
12/26 Boxing Day

Canada
Holidays that are celebrated by all provinces are listed in the main calendar.
Additional holidays:
2/15 – Islander Day – PE
2/15 (2/8 in BC) – Family Day – BC, AB, SK, ON
2/15 – Louis Riel Day – MB
3/17 – St. Patrick’s Day – NL
3/25 – Good Friday – Nationwide except QB
3/28 – Easter Monday – QC
4/23 – St George’s Day – NL
5/12 – Victoria Day (National Patriots’ Day in QC) – Nationwide except NB, NS, PE, NL
6/21 – National Aboriginal Day NT
6/24 – Fete Nationale (St. Jean Baptiste Day) QC
6/24 – Discovery Day – NL
7/9 – Nunavut Day – NT
8/1 – Civic Holiday – AB, BC, SK, ON, NB, NU
10/10 – Thanksgiving – Nationwide except NB, NS, PE, NL
11/11 – Remembrance Day – Nationwide except ON, QC, NS, NL
12/26 – Boxing Day – ON

Germany
Ritual calendars are available at:
http://web.archive.org/web/20150628020216/http://rabbcat.beepworld.de/
www.aufklaerungsgruppe-krokodil.de/Ritualzeiten.pdf
They contain much information on holidays, astrology, and symbols.

Mexico
1/1 New Year
1/6 Dia de los Santos Reyes (Three Kings): exchange of Christmas presents
2/2 Dia de la Candelaria (Candlemas)
2/4 – 2/9 Carnaval
2/5 Constitution Day
2/24 Flag Day
3/16 or 21 Benito Juarez’ Birthday Memorial
3/18 Oil Expropriation of 3/18/1938.
3/19 – 4/5 Holy Week (end of Lent)
5/1 Labor Day
5/3 Holy Cross Day
5/5 Cinque de Mayo
5/10 Mothers’ Day
9/16 Mexican Independence Day
10/12 Dia de la Raza (arrival of Columbus to the Americas)
11/1 – 11/22 Day of the Dead
11/20 Revolution Day Memorial
12/12 Day of the Virgin of Guadelupe
12/25 Christmas

New Zealand
2/6 2/8 Waitangi Day
4/25 Anzac Day
5/8 Mother’s Day
6/6 Queen’s Birthday
6/24 Lighting the Midwinter Bonfires
9/6 Fathers’ Day
10/26 Labour Day
12/26 Boxing Day

South Africa
3/21 Human Rights Day
3/28 Family Day
4/27 Freedom Day
5/1 Workers’ Day
5/10 Mothers’ Day
6/19 Fathers’ Day
9/24 Heritage Day
12/16 Day of Reconciliation
12/26 Day of Goodwill

The Netherlands
4/27 King’s Day
5/4 Remembrance Day
5/5 Liberation Day
12/5 Sinterklaas

United Kingdom
1/25 Burns Night (Scotland)
3/1 St. David’s Day (Wales)
3/6 Mothering Sunday
3/17 St. Patrick’s Day (Northern Ireland)
4/23 St. George’s Day
6/19 Fathers’ Day
11/5 Guy Fawkes Day
11/13 Remembrance Sunday
11/30 St Andrew’s Day (Scotland)
12/26 St Stephen’s Day (Scotland, Ireland)
12/26 Boxing Day

Note: Since 2007, the Union Flag has been flown from government buildings throughout the UK on the following dates:
1/9 Birthday of The Duchess of Cambridge
1/20 Birthday of The Countess of Wessex
2/6 Anniversary of the accession of The Queen
2/19 Birthday of The Duke of York
Second Monday in March: Commonwealth Day
3/10  Birthday of The Earl of Wessex
4/21 The Queen’s Birthday
5/9  Europe Day
6/2 Anniversary of The Queen’s coronation
6/10 Birthday of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
A Saturday in June: – The Queen’s Official Birthday
6/21  Birthday of The Duke of Cambridge
7/17  Birthday of The Duchess of Cornwall
8/15  Birthday of the The Princess Royal
11/14  Birthday of The Prince of Wales
11/20  Anniversary of the wedding of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh

 

Symbols

Triggering items and symbols vary a lot; what is an everyday or harmless object for one survivor can send another into a panic. What follows is a selected list; the number of words and symbols used by various cults to condition their victims is endless.
• Evil eye, horned/hooded man, pentacle, pentagram, inverted cross, moon, cloven hoof, goat’s head. The number 666 (or 66). Numbers in multiples of 3, especially 6. Numbers with a lot of 6’s or 7’s in them (or 3’s or 9’s, sometimes 5’s). Numbers that add up to (via numerology) 3, 6, 7, 9, 11. Dates with these numbers in them or dates with repeating numbers.
• The pyramid with an eye in it (like on the dollar bill). Crucifix, cross, robes (especially black ones). Roses, six-pointed star. Reciting and/or reading numbers, letters, or words backwards, chanting. Tree of Life (from the Kabala). Blood, knives, guns, needles, bonfires, S/M paraphernalia, depictions of group sex, pedophilia.
• Anything from Christianity, Freemasonry, the Illuminati, or Paganism. Popular culture representations of witches, Satan, ghosts, goblins, Halloween characters/decorations, etc. Cemeteries, funerals, dead bodies, coffins.
• Santa Claus, clowns, or TV or cartoon characters. Movies: The Wizard of OZ, Alice in Wonderland, Fantasia, other Disney movies. Movies and TV shows referring to mind control, matrixes, or amnesia. Star Wars, The X Files.
• Nazi symbols: swastika, lightening bolt or runic S, skull (sometimes with bones crossed behind or beneath it,) oak leaves, eagles, broken glass, roses, especially white, red, or purple roses, spider webs.



2015 Calander

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One Million People Will Go Missing In 2015 From Satanic Sacrifices

 

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One Million People Will Go Missing In 2015 From Satanic Sacrifices

 

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