Calendar of 2019 Ritual Dates and Symbols

Note: Additional information on the following holidays is available at:

Candlemas https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/candlemas/
Valentine’s Day https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/valentines-day/
Spring Equinox https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/the-spring-equinox/
Beltane   https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/beltane/
Summer Solstice (corrected text) https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/well-this-is-embarrassing/
Lammas https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/category/lamas/
August Ritual Dates https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/august-ritual-dates/
Fall Equinox https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/the-fall-equinox/
Halloween {personal) https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2016/10/11/halloween/ and (background) https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2011/10/02/samhainhalloween/
Thanksgiving https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2016/11/20/thanksgiving/
Yule/Winter Solstice https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/yulewinter-solstice/

This page summarizes significant dates and symbols used by various cults and destructive groups. For most survivors, the worst symbols and dates are among those on this page.

Please remember that abusive groups steal, pervert and mock the holidays of legitimate religions. This does not mean that all people who observe these holidays are abusive. It is not their fault that abusive groups choose to defile their sacred days.

Each group is different and may celebrate different sets of holidays, placing emphasis on different days. Dates with significance to individual groups, such as leaders’ birthdays, may also be celebrated. Full and new moons are significant in some cults, particularly if they fall on any of the main holidays or on the survivor’s birthday. Those groups that utilize numerology mark dates whose numbers add up to “power numbers” or dates with repeating numbers, such as October 10, 2010 and November 11, 2011.

Christian, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Hindu, Islamic, and Thelemic holidays are listed separately, after the Satanic ritual calendar. Days that might be significant in Australia, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom follow. A section on symbols is at the very end.

Other ritual calendars on the Internet (there is much duplication) are at:
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/cienciareal/cienciareal20.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20101121081602/http://breadonthewaters.com/witchcraft_exposed.html#KJR4
http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/satanic_calendar.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20100312115218/http://www.care1.org/articles/a23_calendar.htm#calendar
http://www.theopenscroll.com/hosting/SatanicCalendar.htm
http://www.nowfaith.tv/090320_Satanic_Calendar_Occult_Symbols.html

January
1/1 New Year’s Day
1/5 New moon
1/5 – 6 partial solar eclipse. Visible in parts of China, Russia, and Alaska
1/7 St Winebald’s Day
1/13 Satanic New Year
1/17 Feast of Fools/Old Twelfth Night/Satanic and demon revels
1/20 St. Agnes’ Eve
1/20 Full moon
1/21 Martin Luther King Day
1/20 – 21 Total lunar eclipse. Visible in North and South America and partially visible in Europe.

February
2/2 S Candlemas/Imbolc/Satanic Revels
2/4 New moon
2/14 Valentine’s Day
2/18 President’s Day/Washington’s Birthday
2/19 Full moon
2/25 Walpurgis Day

March
3/1 St. Eichstadt’s Day
3/5 Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
3/6 Ash Wednesday/Beginning of Lent
3/6 New moon
3/17 Str Patrick’s Day
3/20 Full moon
3/20 Spring Equinox
3/24 Feast of the Beast/Bride of Satan

April
4/1 April Fool´s Day
4/5 New moon
4/8 Day of the Masters
4/14 Palm Sunday
4/19 Full moon
4/19 Good Friday
4/20 Holy Saturday
4/21 Easter Sunday
4/26 Grand Climax/De Meur
4/30 Walpurgisnacht/May Eve

May
5/1 Beltane
5/4 New moon
5/12 Mothers’ Day
5/18 Full moon
5/18 Armed Forces Day
5/27 Memorial Day

June
6/3 New moon
6/9 – 6/10 Pentecost
6/16 Father’s Day
6/17 Full moon
6/20 Corpus Christi/Feast of the Body of Christ
6/21 Summer solstice
6/23 Midsummer’s Eve
6/24 St John’s Day

July
7/2 Total solar eclipse. Visible in parts of South America
7/2 New moon
7/4 Fourth of July/ US Independence Day
7/16 Full moon
July 16 – 17 Partial lunar eclipse. Visible in South America, Africa, most of Europe and Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
7/25 St. James´ Day/Festival of the Horned God
7/31 New moon

August
8/1 Lammas/Lughnasadh
8/1 New Moon
8/15 Full moon
8/15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
8/24 St. Bartholomew’s Day
8/30 New moon

September
9/2 Labor Day (US)
9/5 – 9/7 Feast of the Beast/Marriage of the Beast
9/13 Full moon
9/23 Fall equinox
9/28 New moon
9/29 Michealmas; Feast of Archangel Michael and of all Angels

October
10/13 Full moon
9/13 Friday the Thirteenth
10/14 Columbus Day
10/27 New moon
10/31 Halloween/start of Celtic New Year/start of the dark half of the year

November
11/1 All Saints’ Day
11/2 All Souls’ Day
11/11 Veterans’ Day
11/11 Mercury in transit (across the sun.)
11/12 Full moon
11/26 New moon
11/28 US Thanksgiving
11/30 St Andrew’s Day

December
12/1, 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 Sundays of Advent
12/11 Full moon
12/21 Winter solstice/Yule/St. Thomas’ Day
12/24 Christmas Eve
12/25 Christmas Day
12/25 New moon
12/26 Annular solar eclipse. Totality visible in Saudi Arabia, southern India, Sri Lanka, parts of Indonesia, Singapore, and parts of the Philippines.
12/31 New Year’s Eve

Holidays celebrated by different religions

Christian holidays not listed in the main calendar
1/6 Twelfth Night, Epiphany
1/6 St. Winebald´s Day;
1/7 Baptism of the Lord
1/17 Feast of Fools/Old Twelfth Night
1/2 St. Agnes’ Eve
2/19 Walpurgis Day
3/1 St Eichstadt’s Day
3/25 Annunciation
5/30 Ascension Day
6/16 Trinity Day
9/14 Holy Cross Day
12/13 St. Lucia’s Day

Jewish Holidays
1/7 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Sh’vat)
1/20 – 1/21 Tu B´Shvat (celebration of spring)
2/5 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Adar)
3/7 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Adar)
3/20 – 3/21 Purim (Deliverance of the Jewish people from Haman in Persia)
4/6 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Nisan)
4/19 – 4/27 Passover/Pesach (Deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt)
5/1 – 5/2 Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day)
5/5 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Iyyar)
5/7 – 5/8 Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day, Day of Remembrance)
5/8 – 5/9 Yom HaAtzma´ut (Israeli Independence Day)
6/1 – 6/2 Yom Yerushelayim (Jerusalem Day)
6/4 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Sivan)
6/8 – 6/10 Shavuot (( giving the Torah at Mt. Sinai)
7/3 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Tamuz)
8/2 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Av)
8/10 – 8/11 Tisha B´Av (Day of Mourning)
8/31 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Elul)
9/29 – 10/1 Rosh Hashanah (New Year, Day of Judgement)
10/8 – 10/9 Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
10/13 – 10/20 Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles, harvest festival)
10/ 20 – 10/21 Shmini Atzeret (Eighth Day of Assembly)
10/21 – 10/22 Simchat Torah (celebration of the annual complete cycle of reading of the Torah)
10/29 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Cheshvan)
11/28 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Kislev)
12/22 – 12/30 Chanukah (Festival of Lights)
12/28 Rosh Chodesh (New moon, beginning of month of Tevet)

Hindu holidays
coming soon!

Muslim holidays
Note: Muslim holidays start the evening of the previous day.
3/20 Birth of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib
4/3 Isra and M’iraj (Prophet Muhammad´s journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and his ascent into heaven and return)
4/20 Lailat al-Bara´at/Nisf Shabaan (Night of Absolution); Birthday of Muhammad al-Mahdi
5/6- 6/5 Ramadan (Period of fasting, self-evaluation and spiritual growth)
5/31 Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Destiny: Commemoration of the first revelation of the Qu´an to the Prophet Muhammad)
5/31 Quds Day (Day of support for oppressed Muslims in the world)
6/4 – 6/6 Eid al-Fitr (end of Ramadan)
8/9 – 8/14 Waqf al Arafa/Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca)
8/10 Day of Arafah
8/12 Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice in remembrance of the prophet Ibrahim´s willingness to sacrifice his son. A time of forgiveness and gift-giving)
8/31 Muharram (Muslim New Year)
9/10 Ashura (Martyrdom of the Prophet´s grandson Hussein)
10/27 Death of the Prophet Muhammad
11/9 Eid al-Mawlid an-Nabawī/Milad un Nabi (Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad)

Thelemic holidays

coming soon!

Countries

Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, South Africa, The Netherlands, United Kingdom
coming soon!

Symbols

Triggering items and symbols vary a lot; what is an everyday or harmless object for one survivor can send another into a panic. What follows is a selected list; the number of words and symbols used by various cults to condition their victims is endless.

• Anything from Christianity, Freemasonry, the Illuminati, or Paganism. Popular culture representations of witches, Satan, ghosts, goblins, Halloween characters/decorations, etc. Cemeteries, funerals, dead bodies, coffins.

• Evil eye, horned/hooded man, pentacle, pentagram, inverted cross, moon, cloven hoof, goat’s head. The number 666 (or 66). Numbers in multiples of 3, especially 6. Numbers with a lot of 6’s or 7’s in them (or 3’s or 9’s, sometimes 5’s). Numbers that add up to (via numerology) 3, 6, 7, 9, 11. Dates with these numbers in them or dates with repeating numbers.

• The pyramid with an eye in it (like on the dollar bill). Crucifix, cross, robes (especially black ones). Roses, six-pointed star. Reciting and/or reading numbers, letters, or words backwards, chanting. Tree of Life (from the Kabala). Blood, knives, guns, needles, bonfires, S/M paraphernalia, depictions of group sex, pedophilia.

• Santa Claus, clowns, TV and cartoon characters. Movies: The Wizard of OZ, Alice in Wonderland, Fantasia, other Disney movies. Movies and TV shows referring to mind control, matrixes, or amnesia. Star Wars, The X Files.  Music videos.

• Nazi symbols: swastika, lightening bolt or runic S, skull (sometimes with bones crossed behind or beneath it,) oak leaves, eagles, broken glass, roses, especially white, red, or purple roses, spider webs.

created 1/8/2019

 

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