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305 – Diocletian and Maximian retire from the office of Roman Emperor.
880 – The Nea Ekklesia is inaugurated in Constantinople, setting the model for all later cross-in-square Orthodox churches.
1328 – Wars of Scottish Independence end: Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton – the Kingdom of England recognises the Kingdom of Scotland as an independent state.

1576 – Stefan Batory, the reigning Prince of Transylvania, marries Anna Jagiellon and they become the co-rulers of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
1707 – The Act of Union joins the Kingdom of England and Kingdom of Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.
1751 – The first cricket match is played in America.
1753 – Publication of Species Plantarum by Linnaeus, and the formal start date of plant taxonomy adopted by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
1759 – Josiah Wedgwood founds the Wedgwood pottery company in Great Britain.
1776 – Establishment of the Illuminati in Ingolstadt (Upper Bavaria), by Jesuit-taught Adam Weishaupt.
1778 – American Revolution: The Battle of Crooked Billet begins in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.
1785 – Kamehameha I, the king of Hawaii, defeats Kalanikupule and establishes the Kingdom of Hawaii.
1786 – Opening night of the opera The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Vienna, Austria.
1794 – War of the Pyrenees: The Battle of Boulou ends, in which French forces defeat the Spanish and regain nearly all the land they lost to Spain in 1793.
1840 – The Penny Black, the first official adhesive postage stamp, is issued in the United Kingdom.
1844 – Hong Kong Police Force, the world's second, Asia's first modern police force is established.
1846 – The few remaining Mormons left in Nauvoo, Illinois, formally dedicate the Nauvoo Temple.
1851 – Queen Victoria opens the Great Exhibition in London.
1852 – The Philippine peso is introduced into circulation.
1862 – American Civil War: The Union Army completes the Capture of New Orleans.
1863 – American Civil War: The Battle of Chancellorsville begins.
1865 – The Empire of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay sign the Treaty of the Triple Alliance
1869 – The Folies Bergère opens in Paris.
1875 – Alexandra Palace reopens after the 1873 fire burnt it down.
1884 – Proclamation of the demand for eight-hour workday in the United States.
1884 – Moses Fleetwood Walker became the first black person to play in a professional baseball game in the United States.
1885 – The original Chicago Board of Trade Building opened for business.
1886 – Rallies are held throughout the United States demanding the eight-hour work day culminating in the Haymarket Affair.
1893 – The World's Columbian Exposition opens in Chicago.
1894 – Coxey's Army, the first significant American protest march, arrives in Washington, D.C.
1898 – Spanish-American War: The Battle of Manila Bay – the United States Navy destroys the Spanish Pacific fleet in the first battle of the war.
1900 – The Scofield mine disaster kills over 200 men in Scofield, Utah in what is to date the fifth-worst mining accident in United States history.
1901 – The Pan-American Exposition opens in Buffalo, New York.
1915 – The RMS Lusitania departs from New York City on her two hundred and second, and final, crossing of the North Atlantic. Six days later, the ship is torpedoed off the coast of Ireland with the loss of 1,198 lives, including 128 Americans, rousing American sentiment against Germany.
1925 – The All-China Federation of Trade Unions is officially founded. Today it is the largest trade union in the world, with 134 million members.
1925 – The first Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer is held at the University of Toronto, Canada.
1927 – The first cooked meals on a scheduled flight are introduced on an Imperial Airways flight from London to Paris.
1927 – The Union Labor Life Insurance Company is founded by the American Federation of Labor.
1930 – The dwarf planet Pluto is officially named.
1931 – The Empire State Building is dedicated in New York City.

1940 – The 1940 Summer Olympics are cancelled due to war.
1941 – World War II: German forces launch a major attack on Tobruk.
1945 – World War II: A German newsreader officially announces that Adolf Hitler has "fallen at his command post in the Reich Chancellery fighting to the last breath against Bolshevism and for Germany".
1945 – The Yugoslav partisans free Trieste.
1946 – Start of 3 year Pilbara strike of Indigenous Australians.
1946 – The Paris Peace Conference concludes that the islands of the Dodecanese should be returned to Greece by Italy.
1947 – Portella della Ginestra massacre against May Day celebrations in Sicily by the bandit and separatist leader Salvatore Giuliano; 11 persons are killed and 33 wounded.
1948 – The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) is established, with Kim Il-sung as leader.
1950 – Guam is organized as a United States commonwealth.
1956 – The polio vaccine developed by Jonas Salk is made available to the public.

1956 – A doctor in Japan reports an "epidemic of an unknown disease of the central nervous system", marking the official discovery of Minamata disease.
1957 – 34 of 35 people aboard are killed when a Vickers Viking airliner crashed in Hampshire England.
1960 – Formation of the western Indian states of Gujarat and Maharashtra.
1960 – Cold War: U-2 incident – Francis Gary Powers, in a Lockheed U-2 spyplane, is shot down over the Soviet Union, sparking a diplomatic crisis.
1961 – The Prime Minister of Cuba, Fidel Castro, proclaims Cuba a socialist nation and abolishes elections.
1965 – Battle of Dong-Yin, a naval conflict between ROC and PRC, takes place.
1970 – Protests erupt in Seattle, Washington, following the announcement by U.S. President Richard Nixon that U.S. Forces in Vietnam would pursue enemy troops into Cambodia, a neutral country.
1971 – Amtrak (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation) takes over operation of U.S. passenger rail service.
1977 – 36 people are killed in Taksim Square, Istanbul, during the Labour Day celebrations.
1978 – Japan's Naomi Uemura, travelling by dog sled, becomes the first person to reach the North Pole alone.
1982 – The 1982 World's Fair opens in Knoxville, Tennessee.
1982 – Operation Black Buck: The Royal Air Force attacks the Argentine Air Force during Falklands War.
1983 – Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis is awarded the Lenin Peace Prize.
1987 – Pope John Paul II beatifies Edith Stein, a Jewish-born Carmelite nun who was gassed in the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz.
1989 – Disney-MGM Studios opens at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida, United States.

1990 – The former Philippine Episcopal Church (supervised by the Episcopal Church of the United States of America) is granted full autonomy and raised to the status of an Autocephalous Anglican Province and renamed the Episcopal Church of the Philippines.
1991 – Rickey Henderson of the Oakland Athletics steals his 939th base, making him the all-time leader in this category. However, his accomplishment is overshadowed later that evening by Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers, when he pitches his seventh career no-hitter, breaking his own record.
1994 – Three-time Formula One world champion Ayrton Senna is killed in an accident during the San Marino Grand Prix at Imola.
1995 – Croatian forces launch Operation Flash during the Croatian War of Independence.
2001 – Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declares the existence of "a state of rebellion", hours after thousands of supporters of her arrested predecessor, Joseph Estrada, storm towards the presidential palace at the height of the EDSA III rebellion.
2003 – 2003 invasion of Iraq: In what becomes known as the "Mission Accomplished" speech, on board the USS Abraham Lincoln (off the coast of California), U.S. President George W. Bush declares that "major combat operations in Iraq have ended".
2004 – Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia join the European Union, celebrated at the residence of the Irish President in Dublin.

2006 – The Puerto Rican government closes the Department of Education and 42 other government agencies due to significant shortages in cash flow.
2007 – the Los Angeles May Day mêlée occurs, in which the Los Angeles Police Department's response to a May Day pro-immigration rally become a matter of controversy.
2008 – The London Agreement on translation of European patents, concluded in 2000, enters into force in 14 of the 34 Contracting States to the European Patent Convention.

2009 – Same-sex marriage is legalized in Sweden.
2011 – Pope John Paul II is beatified.
2011 – United States President Barack Obama announces that U.S. forces have killed Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.


1218 – John I, Count of Hainaut (d. 1257)
1218 – Rudolph I of Germany, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1291)
1225 – Jean de Joinville, French writer (d. 1317)
1285 – Edmund FitzAlan, 9th Earl of Arundel, English politician (d. 1326)
1582 – Marco da Gagliano, Italian composer (d. 1643)
1585 – Sophia Olelkovich Radziwill, Belarusian saint (d. 1612)
1591 – Johann Adam Schall von Bell, German Jesuit missionary (d. 1666)
1594 – John Haynes, Massachusetts colonial magistrate
1672 – Joseph Addison, English politician and writer (d. 1719)
1730 – Sir Joshua Rowley, 1st Baronet, Royal Navy admiral (d. 1790)
1738 – King Kamehameha I, King of Hawaii (d. 1819)
1764 – Benjamin Henry Latrobe, English born American architect (d. 1820)
1769 – Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, Anglo-Irish statesman (d. 1852)
1803 – James Clarence Mangan, Irish poet (d. 1849)
1804 – Aleksey Khomyakov, Russian poet (d. 1860)
1824 – Alexander William Williamson, English chemist (d. 1904)
1825 – George Inness, American painter (d. 1894)
1827 – Jules Breton, French painter (d. 1906)
1829 – José de Alencar, Brazilian novelist (d. 1877)
1829 – Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys, English Pre-Raphaelite painter (d. 1904)
1831 – Emily Stowe, Canadian physician and suffragist (d. 1903)
1847 – Henry Demarest Lloyd, American journalist (d. 1903)
1848 – Adelsteen Normann, Norwegian painter (d. 1919)
1850 – Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, Governor General of Canada (d. 1942)
1851 – Laza Lazarević, Serbian writer and psychiatrist (d. 1891)
1852 – Calamity Jane, American Wild West performer (d. 1903)
1852 – Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Spanish neuroscientist, Nobel laureate (d. 1934)
1857 – Theo Van Gogh, Dutch art dealer (d. 1891)
1864 – Anna Jarvis, American founder of Mother's Day (d. 1948)
1872 – Harry Leon Wilson, American novelist (d. 1939)
1872 – Sidónio Pais, Portuguese military and politician (d. 1918)
1881 – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, French palaeontologist and philosopher (d. 1955)
1884 – Francis Curzon, 5th Earl Howe, British politician, naval officer and racing driver (d. 1964)
1885 – Ralph Stackpole, American sculptor, painter (d. 1973)
1887 – Alan Gordon Cunningham, British army officer (d. 1983)
1896 – Herbert Backe, German Nazi politician (d. 1947)
1896 – Mark Wayne Clark, American general (d. 1984)
1896 – J. Lawton Collins, American general (d. 1987)
1900 – Ignazio Silone, Italian author and Politician (d. 1978)
1901 – Heinz Eric Roemheld, American film composer (d. 1985)
1901 – Antal Szerb, Hungarian author and historian (d. 1945)
1905 – Henry Koster, German film director (d. 1988)
1905 – Paul Desruisseaux, French Canadian lawyer, businessman and politician (d. 1982)
1906 – Horst Schumann, Nazi physician (d. 1983)
1907 – Oliver Hill, civil rights attorney (d. 2007)
1907 – Kate Smith, American singer (d. 1986)
1908 – Giovanni Guareschi, Italian journalist (d. 1968)
1908 – Morris Kline, American mathematician (d. 1992)
1909 – Yiannis Ritsos, Greek poet, winner of the Lenin Peace Prize, 9 times nominee for the Nobel Prize (d. 1990)
1910 – Dr. J. Allen Hynek, Astronomer/astro-physicist; noted UFO investigator (d. 1986)
1912 – Otto Kretschmer, German U-Boat commander (d. 1998)
1913 – Louis Nye, American comedian and actor (d. 2005)
1913 – Walter Susskind, Czech conductor (d. 1980)
1915 – Archie Williams, American athlete (d. 1993)
1916 – Glenn Ford, Canadian actor (d. 2006)
1917 – John Beradino, American actor and baseball player (d. 1996)
1917 – Danielle Darrieux, French singer and actress
1917 – Ahron Soloveichik, Orthodox Jewish rabbi (d. 2001)
1918 – Gersh Budker, Russian physicist (d. 1977)
1918 – Jack Paar, American television host (d. 2004)
1919 – Lewis Hill, American pacifist and founder of Pacifica Radio (d. 1957)
1919 – Manna Dey, Indian singer
1919 – Dan O'Herlihy, Irish film actor (d. 2005)
1919 – Mohammed Karim Lamrani, Prime Minister of Morocco
1923 – Joseph Heller, American novelist (d. 1999)
1924 – Art Fleming, American game show host (d. 1995)
1924 – Karel Kachyňa, Czech film director (d. 2004)
1924 – Terry Southern, American screenwriter (d. 1995)
1925 – Chuck Bednarik, American football player
1925 – Scott Carpenter, American astronaut
1926 – Peter Lax, Hungarian mathematician
1928 – Desmond Titterington, Northern Irish racer (d. 2002)
1929 – Ralf Dahrendorf, German-born sociologist and politician (d. 2009)
1929 – Sonny James, American country music singer and songwriter
1930 – Richard Riordan, American politician, former mayor of Los Angeles
1930 – Little Walter, American blues singer (d. 1968)
1934 – Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Mexican politician
1934 – Joan Hackett, American actress (d. 1983)
1934 – Shirley Horn, American jazz singer and pianist (d. 2005)
1935 – Ann Robinson, American actress
1937 – Una Stubbs, English actress
1939 – Judy Collins, American folk singer
1939 – Max Robinson, American broadcast journalist (d. 1988)
1939 – Victor Davies, Canadian composer
1940 – Elsa Peretti, Italian jewelry designer
1940 – Bobbie Ann Mason, American novelist and literary critic
1943 – Vassal Gadoengin, Nauruan politician (d. 2004)
1944 – Suresh Kalmadi, Indian politician
1945 – Rita Coolidge, American singer
1946 – Joanna Lumley, English actress
1946 – John Woo, Hong Kong director
1947 – Sergio Infante, Chilean poet and writer
1948 – Patricia Hill Collins, American black-feminist and scholar
1949 – Tim Hodgkinson, English composer and musician (Henry Cow)
1949 – Paul Teutul, Sr., founder of Orange County Choppers
1949 – Jim Clench, Canadian bassist (April Wine and Bachman–Turner Overdrive) (d. 2010)
1950 – Dann Florek, American actor
1950 – Danny McGrain, Scottish footballer
1951 – Antony Worrall Thompson, English celebrity chef
1953 – Glen Ballard, American songwriter and record producer
1954 – Ray Parker Jr., American singer and songwriter
1954 – Joel Rosenberg, science fiction author
1955 – Martin O'Donnell, American composer
1955 – Nick Feldman, English musician
1956 – Catherine Frot, French actress
1956 – Phil Foglio, American cartoonist and comic book artist
1957 – Kow Otani, Japanese composer
1959 – Lawrence Seeff, South African cricketer
1960 – Steve Cauthen, American jockey
1961 – Marilyn Milian, current judge on The People's Court
1962 – Maia Morgenstern, Romanian actress
1962 – Ted Sundquist, General Manager of the Denver Broncos
1964 – Yvonne van Gennip, Dutch speed skater
1964 – Lady Sarah Chatto, daughter of Princess Margaret
1966 – Charlie Schlatter, American actor
1966 – Olaf Thon, German football player
1967 – Tim McGraw, American musician
1968 – Oliver Bierhoff, German footballer
1968 – Sol Kyung-gu, South Korean actor
1968 – Denise Masino, American Female bodybuilder
1968 – D'arcy Wretzky, American musician (The Smashing Pumpkins)
1969 – Wes Anderson, American director and writer
1969 – Billy Owens, American basketball player
1971 – Ethan Albright, American football player
1971 – Ajith Kumar, Indian film actor
1972 – Julie Benz, American actress
1972 – Earl Va'a, Samoan rugby player
1973 – Mike Jesse, German footballer
1973 – Curtis Martin, American football player
1973 – Oliver Neuville, German footballer
1974 – Kellie Crawford, Australian singer (Hi-5)
1975 – Austin Croshere, American basketball player
1975 – Marc-Vivien Foé, Cameroonian footballer (d. 2003)
1975 – Jodhi May, British actress
1975 – Alexey Smertin, Russian footballer
1976 – Darius McCrary, American actor
1977 – Vera Lischka, Austrian swimmer, politician
1978 – Sachie Hara, Japanese actress
1978 – Nick Traina, American singer (Link 80) (d. 1997)
1979 – Mauro Bergamasco, Italian rugby player
1979 – Ben Easter, American actor
1979 – Michael Harvey, British musical artist
1980 – Jan Heylen, Belgian racing driver
1980 – Jay Reatard, American musician (d. 2010)
1980 – Ana Claudia Talancón, Mexican actress
1981 – Derek Asamoah, Ghanaian footballer
1981 – Alexander Hleb, Belarusian footballer
1981 – Wes Welker, American football player
1982 – Tommy Robredo, Spanish tennis player
1982 – Darijo Srna, Croatian football player
1983 – The Human Tornado (Craig Williams), American professional wrestler
1983 – Alain Bernard, French swimmer
1984 – David Backes, American ice hockey player
1984 – Patrick Eaves, American ice hockey player
1984 – Alexander Farnerud, Swedish footballer
1984 – Farah Fath, American actress
1984 – Keiichiro Koyama, Japanese musician (NEWS)
1984 – Mark Seaby, Australian Rules footballer
1985 – Drew Sidora, American actress
1986 – Adam Casey, Australian footballer
1986 – Christian Benítez, Ecuadorian footballer
1986 – Brent Stanton, Australian rules footballer
1987 – Marcus Drum, Australian Rules Football
1987 – Matt Di Angelo, English actor
1987 – Shahar Pe'er, Israeli tennis player
1987 – Glen Coffee, American football player
1988 – Anushka Sharma, Indian actress and model
1988 – Nicholas Braun, American actor
1989 – Tim Urban, American singer
1991 – Creagen Dow, American actor
1997 – Ariel Gade, American actress


408 – Arcadius, Eastern Roman emperor (b. 337/338)
1118 – Edith of Scotland, first wife of Henry I of England (b. c.1080)
1308 – Albert I of Habsburg (b. 1255)
1539 – Isabella of Portugal, queen of Spain and empress of Germany (b. 1503)
1555 – Pope Marcellus II (b. 1501)
1572 – Saint Pope Pius V (b. 1504)
1731 – Johann Ludwig Bach, German composer (b. 1677)
1738 – Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Carlisle, English statesman (b. c.1669)
1772 – Gottfried Achenwall, German statistician (b. 1719)
1813 – Jean-Baptiste Bessières, French marshal (killed in combat) (b. 1768)
1873 – David Livingstone, Scottish missionary (b. 1813)
1899 – Ludwig Büchner, German philosopher and physician (b. 1824)
1904 – Antonín Dvořák, Czech composer (b. 1841)
1913 – John Barclay Armstrong, Texas Ranger and U.S. Marshal (b. 1850)
1920 – Princess Margaret of Connaught (b. 1882)
1935 – Henri Pélissier, French cyclist (b. 1889)
1937 – Snitz Edwards, American actor (b. 1868)
1943 – Johan Oscar Smith, Norweigian Christian leader and founder of Brunstad Christian Church (b. 1871)
1945 – Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda (b. 1897)
1963 – Lope K. Santos, Filipino writer, father of the Filipino language (b. 1879)
1965 – Spike Jones, American band leader, musician, and comedian (b. 1911)
1968 – Harold Nicolson, British diplomat, author and politician (b. 1886)
1968 – Jack Adams, Canadian ice hockey player, coach and general manager (b. 1895)
1970 – Crown Prince Euimin, Crown Prince of Korea (b. 1897)
1973 – Asger Jorn, Danish painter (b. 1914)
1976 – Alexandros Panagoulis, Greek poet who fought the military junta in Greece (b. 1939)
1976 – T.R.M. Howard, civil rights leader, entrepreneur, surgeon (b. 1908)
1978 – Aram Khachaturian, Armenian composer (b. 1903)
1982 – William Primrose, Scottish violist (b. 1903)
1985 – Denise Robins (aka Francesca Wright, Ashley French, Harriet Gray, Julia Kane) British romance novelist (b. 1897)
1986 – Hylda Baker, English comedy actress (b. 1905)
1986 – Hugo Peretti, American songwriter and record producer (b. 1916)
1989 – Sally Kirkland, fashion editor at LIFE (b. 1912)
1989 – Douglass Watson, American actor (b. 1921)
1990 – Sergio Franchi, Italian tenor (b. 1926)
1992 – Sharon Redd, American house music and urban contemporary singer (b. 1945)
1993 – Pierre Bérégovoy, French Prime Minister (b. 1925)
1993 – Ranasinghe Premadasa, President of Sri Lanka (b. 1924)
1994 – Ayrton Senna, Brazilian race car driver (b. 1960)
1996 – Luana Patten, American actress (b. 1938)
1998 – Eldridge Cleaver, American activist (b. 1935)
2000 – Steve Reeves, American actor (b. 1926)
2003 – Miss Elizabeth, American wrestler (b. 1960)
2006 – Big Hawk, American rapper (b. 1969)
2006 – Johnny Paris, American saxophonist (Johnny and the Hurricanes) (b. 1940)
2006 – Rob Lacey, Christian author (b. 1962)
2008 – Anthony Mamo, Malta's first President (b. 1909)
2008 – Deborah Jeane Palfrey, Washington, D.C. prostitution service owner (b. 1956)
2008 – Philipp Freiherr von Boeselager, last surviving member of the 20 July Plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944 (b. 1917)
2009 – Danny Gans, American entertainer (b. 1956)
2010 – Rob McConnell, Canadian jazz composer/arranger and valve trombonist (b. 1935)
2010 – Helen Wagner, American Actress (b. 1918)
2011 – Ted Lowe, English snooker commentator (b. 1920)

Holidays and observances

Beginning of Summer observances (see April 30):
Beltane (Gaelic floklore, Neopagan Wheel of the Year)
Walpurgis Night, celebrated before dawn (Central and Northern Europe)
Christian Feast Day:
Augustin Schoeffer
Saint Joseph
James the Less
Memorial of Saint Joseph the Worker (Roman Catholic optional feast)
Philip the Apostle
Sigismund of Burgundy
Walpurga (canonization)
May 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Constitution Day (Marshall Islands)
Commemoration of the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat following the foundation of Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti:
Gujarat Day
Maharashtra Day
Earliest day on which National Day of Prayer can fall, while May 7 is the latest; celebrated on the first Thursday in May. (United States)
Festival in honor of Bona Dea (Roman Empire)
International Workers' Day (International), and its related observances:
EuroMayDay (Western Europe)
Labor Day
Law Day, U.S.A., formerly intended to counterbalance the celebration of Labour Day. (United States)
Loyalty Day, formerly intended to counterbalance the celebration of Labour Day. (United States)
May Day, a term also used for the beginning of summer celebration.
Lei Day (Hawaii)
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we have a post-splosion going on right now
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 Quoting: to the bitter end 1364141

Thank you for your kind words today!

I think there have been plenty of Kings and Queens and such people who went through the winter bemoaning many injustices and or harboring grudges. They probably said to themselves... "when the weather breaks [meaning the long winter] i shall seek my revenge!"

April is too soon. Too many freak storms.

Enter May.... perfect for a military campain.

[[[[that's my theory]]]]


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2. Spring Equinox - 13 weeks - Minor sabbath but does require human sacrifice

a. March 21-22 - Goddess Ostara - Note: Easter is the first Sunday after the first new moon after Ostara. March 21 is one of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights
b. April 1 - All Fool's Day, precisely 13 weeks since New Year's Day!
c. April 19 - May 1 - Blood Sacrifice To The Beast. Fire sacrifice is required on April 19.
d. April 30 - May 1 - Beltaine Festival, also called Walpurgis Night. This is the highest day on the Druidic Witch's Calendar. May 1 is the Illuminati's second most sacred holiday. Human sacrifice is required

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The Illuminati (plural of Latin illuminatus, "enlightened") is a name given to several groups, both historical and modern, and both real and fictitious. Historically, the name refers specifically to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May 1, 1776.

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