Category Archives: History

Thanksgiving in America

In America, Thanksgiving has traditionally been a celebration of the blessings of the year, including the harvest. The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated by the early settlers of the Plymouth Plantation, an English colonial venture in North America in present-day Plymouth from 1620 to 1691 after their first harvest in 1621. In Britain, the Harvest Festival, a carryover from paganism,

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International UFO DAY – 70th Anniversary of Roswell Incident

International UFO Day is an awareness day for people to gather together and watch the skies for unidentified flying objects. The day is celebrated on July 2 to commemorate the unusual craft that crashed approximately seven miles northwest of Roswell Army Air Station in New Mexico at about 23:47 hours (near midnight). At least two dozen persons in the area

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Summer of Love (June 10 – October 6, 1967): Uranus-Pluto Conjunction Counterculture Revolution 1962-1972

Summer of Love 50th Anniversary The Summer of Love was a cultural and sociological phenomenon that occurred in the San Francisco Bay Area from June through early October of 1967. The prelude to the Summer of Love was a celebration known as the Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park on January 14, 1967 to promote a peaceful celebration of personal empowerment,

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United States Declaration of Independence Horoscope Rectification Timeline

June 11, 1776: Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston appointed to a committee to draft a declaration of independence. June 12-27, 1776: Jefferson, at the request of the committee, drafts a declaration, of which only a fragment exists. Jefferson’s clean, or “fair” copy, the “original Rough draught,” is reviewed by the committee. Both documents

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Christmas Celebration In History From 336 A.D. – 2016

Many modern and church historians are in agreement that Christ began his ministry during the month of October in 29 A.D. -“Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is Near”, during in the 15th year of the Emperor Tiberius’ reign. Second Century Christian scholars, such as Irenaaus, said that Jesus “was beginning to be about thirty years of age” [Against Heresies h, II,

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