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EVERY YEAR, including this year, Jews around the world will be gathering to celebrate the most holy day on the Jewish calendar. It is called Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement. At synagogues everywhere worshippers will recite the Kol Nidre prayer. Taken from the first two Hebrew words of the prayer,…
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EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom SOME FAMILIES still make giving thanks — that is, literally giving personal testimony of what one is truly thankful for — a part of their Thanksgiving Day celebrations. I think that’s a tradition worth preserving. This Thanksgiving, I am going to share my testimony…
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IS HALLOWEEN evil? Where does All Soul’s Day come from? How have the different pagan festivals of Europe influenced the way it is celebrated today? Many European pagans celebrated an annual feast of the dead, from the Celtic Samhain to the Slavic Dziady. This indicates a common Indo-European…
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NEGRO “holiday” traditions are a little bit different than ours, but we are told by the Jew wire-puller that this friction somehow strengthens our nation. For example, the tar monster might commemorate the birth of Christ with tribal warfare. As far as the highly legitimate Crabgrass-American…
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The Wheel of the Year: A look into Europe’s ancient traditions and myths, that illuminate her time-honored values. by Frank Jamger INDIGENOUS EUROPEANS traditionally celebrate eight holidays whose dates are set by significant positions of the Earth as it revolves around the Sun. These positions…
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