Rakehel

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    UL Intertribal Tribal Peacekeeper

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    Anything that, in happening, causes something else to happen, causes something else to happen.
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    Pagan

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  1. Rakehel

    Ramanavami

    Local customs vary. A Hindu celebration commemerating the birth of Lord Rama, hero of the religious epic poem, The Ramayana. The day involves telling stories and going to the temple.
  2. Rakehel

    Easter

    Considered the most holy of Christian sacred days. The day commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from his death by crucifixion. Observances include worship services, special music, feasting, and parades.
  3. Rakehel

    Purim

    Begins at sundown on the day before. A Jewish celebration of the deliverance of the Jewish minority in Persia from genocide. Giving to the poor, sharing food with friends, and merrymaking mark the observance.
  4. Rakehel

    Good Friday

    A Christian remembrance of the crucifixion of Jesus and the related events.
  5. Rakehel

    Palm Sunday

    A Christian celebration of the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. The day begins Holy Week. Observed by worship celebrations and parades using palm branches
  6. The commemoration of an event in World War II when four Chaplains of Jewish and Christian traditions (Catholic and Protestant) gave their life jackets to others as a troop ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean.
  7. Rakehel

    Holi

    Local customs vary. The Hindu spring festival dedicated to the god of pleasure. It is observed in a colorful and exuberant manner. People shower each other with colored water and smear a red or green powder on each other.
  8. Rakehel

    Ashura

    An Islamic optional single day fast recognizing the Creation, Noah's departure from the ark, and the saving of Moses from Pharaoh. ashura.com
  9. An interdenominational commemoration of an event in World War II when four Chaplains of Jewish and Christian traditions (Catholic and Protestant) gave their life jackets to others as a troop ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean. *(Scroll down the page at the link below.)* oostburgfpc.org
  10. An oldie but moldie: Drawing Down the Moon, by Margot Adler. What can I say, I'm a late bloomer?! But I am enjoying the large amount of info presented.
  11. Rakehel

    World Religion Day

    Originally a Baha'i sponsored day dedicated to the unity and oneness of all the world's religions. Many other religions also now commemorate the day. worldreligionday.org
  12. Rakehel

    Twelfth Night

    A Christian observance of the close of Christmastide. Some calendars note the day as being observed on the 5th. schooloftheseasons
  13. Catholic Christian honoring of the appearance of the Virgin Mary near Mexico City in 1531 c.e.
  14. Rakehel

    Hanukkah

    Begins at sundown on the day before. Observed through the 15th. Known as the Jewish Festival of Lights. Hanukkah is a commemoration of the Maccabean recapture and rededication of the Jerusalem Temple in 165-164 BCE. Special readings and praise songs focus on liberty and freedom. The eight candle Menorah is lit.
  15. Rakehel

    Bodhi Day (Rohatsu)

    Buddhist celebration remembering the time when Prince Gautama took his place under the Bodhi tree, vowing to remain there until he attained supreme enlightenment. Local customs vary.