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Does it not feel like Christmas to anyone else? As in "The Season"

 
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I haven't "felt like" Christmas in many years. I did it for my son; once he was grown, I quit. Now I have a grandbaby and I'll do a little for her, she's too young to really be aware yet. Next year, I will do more.

This year I bought a few presents - I'm pretty broke - and made some other presents. I skipped the past few Christmases, after everybody skipped me for years. I tend to give spontaneously through the year - giving people what they need when they need it. This year I have some new people in my life and I want them to know I welcome them.

The religious part used to be the focus of my Christmas, more than my family ever recognized. As I learned about how commingled and hijacked Christmas is, I'm down to a few melancholy thoughts about how nice it might have been, and a simple hope that others will find inspiration still.

I purely detest the commercialism, the social contests, and the rudeness that accompany the secular Christmas, and I won't participate in that at all.
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It just doesn't feel as if Christmas is just 3 days away...

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Merry Christmas


Calendar of Romulus

Roman writers attributed the original Roman calendar to Romulus, the founder of Rome around 753 BC. The Romulus calendar had ten months with the Spring equinox in the first month:

Calendar of Romulus

Martius (31 days)
Aprilus (30 days)
Maius (31 days)
Iunius (30 days)
Quintilis (31 days)
Sextilis (30 days)
September (30 days)
October (31 days)
November (30 days)
December (30 days)

The regular calendar year consisted of 304 days, with the winter days after the end of December and before the beginning of the following March not being assigned to any month.
The names of at least three of the first four months were named in honour of Roman gods: Martius in honour of Mars; Maius in honour of Maia; and Iunius in honour of Juno. The derivation of Aprilis is uncertain. The names of the months from the fifth month on were based on their position in the calendar: Quintilis comes from Latin quinque meaning five; Sextilis from sex meaning six; September from septem meaning seven; October from octo meaning eight; November from novem meaning nine; and December from decem meaning ten.




Calendar of Numa

Numa Pompilius, the second of the seven traditional kings of Rome, reformed the calendar of Romulus around 713 BC. The Romans considered odd numbers to be lucky, so Numa took one day from each of the even numbered six months and added those six days to the 51 previously unallocated winter days making a total of 57 days. These he made into two months, Ianuarius (January) and Februarius (February), which he prefixed to the previous 10 months. January was given 29 days, while February had the unlucky number of 28 days, suitable for the month of purification.
This made a regular year 355 days long in place of the previous 304 days of the Romulus calendar.

Calendar of Numa

Ianuarius (29 days)
Februarius (28 days)
Martius (31 days)
Aprilus (29 days)
Maius (31 days)
Iunius (29 days)
Quintilis (31 days)
Sextilis (29 days)
September (29 days)
October (31 days)
November (29 days)
December (29 days)


Julian calendar

Julius Caesar, as Pontifex Maximus, reformed the calendar in 46 BC. The new calendar became known as the Julian calendar. The calendar reforms were completed during the reign of his successor Augustus Caesar, who renamed Quintilis as Iulius (July) in honour of Julius Caesar in 44 BC and Sextilis as Augustus (August) in honour of Augustus Caesar in 8 BC.

Ianuarius (31 days)
Februarius (28 days Leap years 29 days)
Martius (31 days)
Aprilus (30 days)
Maius (31 days)
Iunius (30 days)
Iulius (31 days)
Augustus (31 days)
September (30 days)
October (31 days)
November (30 days)
December (31 days)

365 days, 366 for leap years.



Gregorian calendar

The Gregorian calendar was a reform in 1582 of the Julian calendar .The motivation for the reform was to bring the date for the celebration of Easter to the time of the year in which the First Council of Nicaea had agreed upon in 325.
Although the Gregorian calendar is named after Pope Gregory XIII, it is an adaptation of a calendar designed by Italian doctor, astronomer and philosopher Luigi Lilio (also known as Aloysius Lilius). He was born around 1510 and died in 1576, six years before his calendar was officially introduced.


January (31 days)
February (28 days - 29 on leap years)
March (31 days)
April (30 days)
May(31 days)
June (30 days)
July (31 days)
August (31 days)
September (30 days)
October (31 days)
November (30 days)
December (31 days)





New Jerusalem Calendar

In 2013, Russell James Ewert of the United States of America developed the most awesome calendar in human history. The year begins on the Niagara Falls Spring Equilux on Alpha Omega New Year Day 0/0 with Alpha Omega Leap Day 0/1 on leap years. March is the first month of the year in order to align September, October, November, and December with the meanings of their names. Also, Easter has a fixed date on March 22 every year.

Alpha Omega New Year Day 0/0
Alpha Omega Leap Day 0/1 (used as needed)
March (30 days)
April (31 days)
May (30 days)
June (30 days)
July (31 days)
August (30 days)
September (30 days)
October (31 days)
November (30 days)
December (30 days)
January (31 days)
February (30 days)

ALL CHURCHES NEED TO UNIFY ON THE BASIC JESUS CHRIST CRUCIFIXION RESURRECTION STORY AND HOLIDAY SYSTEM BASED ON THE HOLY BIBLE:

Jesus came to Jerusalem on Palm Tuesday 1/10. On Passover Saturday night 1/14, Jesus had the Last Supper with his disciples into Sunday the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread 1/15 and was taken away early Sunday morning and was on trial during the week up until Good Friday 1/20 where Pilate let the people crucify him. Jesus was in the sepulchre on Saturday the high holy day Sabbath seventh day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread 1/21 and then rose again on Easter Sunday 1/22 being seen 40 days to Ascension Day Thursday 2/31 and then 10 days later was Pentecost 3/10 and the birth of the Church.


NEW JERUSALEM HISTORY TIMELINE
(Events get added as needed)
*****************************************

In the beginning*********** God
13.7 Billion BC****** Universe Big Bang
4.57 Billion BC****** Sun formed
4.54 Billion BC****** Planet Earth formed
4.527 Billion BC***** Moon formed
3 Billion BC********* Algae appears
510 Million BC****** Fish appear
360 Million BC******* Fern plants appear
150 Million BC******* Birds appear
67-65.5 Million BC ***Tyrannosaurus Rex abundant
65.5 Million BC*** Dinosaur extinction event
4.8 Million BC****Mammoths appear
250,000 BC*****Homo sapiens present
10,000 BC*****Gobekli Tepe ancient site in Turkey
4163 BC*****Time of Adam (Mesopotamia/Sumer area) (Mankind aware of God)
4033 BC*****Adam begat Seth
3928 BC*****Seth begat Enos
3838 BC*****Enos begat Cainan
3768 BC*****Cainan begat Mahalaleel
3703 BC*****Mahalaleel begat Jared
3541 BC*****Jared begat Enoch
3476 BC*****Enoch begat Methuselah
3289 BC*****Methuselah begat Lamech
3107 BC*****Lamech begat Noah
2607 BC*****Noah begat Shem, Ham, and Japheth
2600 BC*****Egyptian Pyramids present
2507 BC*****Noah’s Flood
2506 BC*****Noah’s Flood ends
2504 BC*****Shem begat Arphaxad
More at the website

New Jerusalem with King James Bible list of important days

0/0 --------------- ALPHA OMEGA NEW YEAR DAY ***( NIAGARA FALLS VERNAL EQUILUX)
MAR 1/10 ------ PALM TUESDAY- PASSOVER LAMB JESUS COMES TO JERUSALEM
MAR 1/14 ------ PASSOVER SATURDAY
MAR 1/15-21 -- FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD
MAR 1/22 ------ EASTER SUNDAY - Jesus is Risen
APR 2/27 ------- MOTHER’S DAY
APR 2/31 ------- ASCENSION DAY THURSDAY(40th DAY OF EASTER)
MAY 3/10 ------ PENTECOST SUNDAY(50th DAY OF EASTER)
JUN 4/1 -------- FATHER’S DAY
JUN 4/15-22 --- GOD’S INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION
SEPT 7/1 ------- FEAST OF TRUMPETS
SEPT 7/10 ------ DAY OF ATONEMENT ***(NIAGARA FALLS AUTUMNAL EQUILUX)
SEPT 7/15-21 -- FEAST OF TABERNACLES
SEPT 7/22 ------ LAST GREAT DAY - JESUS IS THE WAY
OCT 8/13 ------- HALLOWEEN
NOV 9/3 -------- All SAINTS DAY
NOV 9/7--------- THANKSGIVING
NOV 9/11 ------ TRUTH DAY
DEC 10/1 ------ JESUS CONCEPTION DAY
DEC 10/1-9 ---- FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS CHRISTMAS, BOXING DAY
JAN 11/27 ------ LOVE DAY
FEB 12/14-15 -- FEAST OF PURIM



Sat Dec 10/7/13
John 4:24
God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
Rom 8:14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God