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If you noticed, ALL cultural, non-political festivals & celebrations, all over the World,

are directly related  to the solar movement of our planet in relationship to the Sun.

They all celebrate arrival & departure of the Solstices & Equinoxes, 4 times a year, at least.

Learn more about BASIC ELEMENTS of our reality. 




Explore Fall Autum Equinox, Halloween night,

Yule & Ground Hog’s Day.


Modern Wiccan tradition primary related & originated  from Norse Pagan Practices.  Wicca is actually young religion, originated in the 20th century in UK & Ireland. 

Origin of all Wicca & Pagan practices are the History of Magic, including Astrology & Alchemy.


Most practitioners of modern day alchemy are, unfortunately, females: such as Feng Shui Practitioners, mediums or healers. Many currently practice & evolve Magic in Asia & Europe. Most important part about

Magic practices are use of spells & natural elements.


Explore family fun & adult only Traditional  Magic: Wicca, Druids & Pagan activities.

 Where to travel, if you do not have Wicca or Pagan celebrations near you?   READ HERE 

Check out traditional Wicca Holiday Recipes.






Explore History of Octoberfest.

"What started in Munich in the year of 1810, has spread across the world and is more popular today than ever. Traditionally, Oktoberfest starts in September and last until the beginning of October. The most famous Oktoberfest festival is in Munich at the Wiesn. Let’s recreate the magic of this fun-filled German beer fest celebration in a way that would make King Ludwig l proud".

October fest is an annual festival of Beer & Wine held in Germany.



Explore family fun & adult Traditional German activities.


Check out traditional Octoberfest recipes.




Explore the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, falls on December 21 or 22 in the Northern Hemisphere and June 20 or 21 in the Southern.


Many  World traditions celebrate this day.

"But the main 7, beside Pagans & Wicca are: Soyal by Hopi Indians, Yalda by Persians, Inti Raymi in Peru, Saturnalia by Roman Tradition followers, Midwinter in Antarctica, St. Lucia’s Day in Scandinavia & Dong Zhi festival in China. This Holiday generally falls between the 21st and 23rd of December in Northern Hemisphere."


Read more HERE. 

Explore family fun & adult only Traditional Asian activities.

 Check out Traditional Dongzhi recipes. 







Explore History of Christmas, from ancient to modern times.

Modern Christmas Day has been a federal holiday in

the United States since 1870. However many people do not realize this is an actual astrological event holiday, rather than Jesus's birthday celebration. 


"Keep reading and you’ll find that Christmas is inspired by traditions from the Romans, Celtics, Norse, Druids, and more (all pagan). At the time, all of these different groups shared one big celebration that just happened to fall around Christmas time – the winter solstice. People living in the northern hemisphere celebrate winter solstice (or the shortest day of the year) smack bang in the middle of December, and this is why Christmas just so happened to fall around the same time as many existing pagan holidays". 


"December 25 is celebrated as Christmas or the birth of Jesus Christ by Christians around the world. Christmas coincides with the return of the Sun at winter solstice in an astrological sense. The relationship between astrology and the birth of Jesus Christ has been well established by the fact that a "Star" guided the three wise-men who were traveling in search of the New King."


USA celebrates  it in White House, annually. 

Explore family fun & adult only Traditional Christmas activities.

 Check out Traditional Christmas Duck.





Explore history of Valentines Day

Valentine's Day (February 14) when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. Given their similarities, it has been suggested that the holiday has origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. 

 ​Valentine’s Day, also called St. Valentine’s did not come to be celebrated as a day of romance until about the 14th century. Although there were several Christian martyrs named Valentine, the day may have taken its name from a priest, who was martyred about 270 CE by the emperor Claudius II Gothicus. 


"According to legend, St. Valentine signed a letter “from your Valentine” to his jailer’s daughter, whom he had befriended and healed from blindness. Another common legend states that he defied the emperor’s orders and secretly married couples to spare the husbands from war." 




Explore fun & adult only activities during this Traditional Catholic holiday.


Check out Traditional Valentine's Day recipes. 




Explore History of Hanukkah Day.

Modern Hanukkah tradition  originated  from around 200 B.C, during the period of which Israel was under rule of Antiochus III, the Seleucid king of Syria.

"In the year 168 B.C.E., the Syrian king Antiochus Epiphanes sent his soldiers to Jerusalem. The Syrians desecrated the Temple, the holiest place for Jews at that time. Antiochus also abolished Judaism, outlawing the observance of Shabbat 

and the festivals, as well as circumcision. Altars and idols were set up for the worship of Greek gods, and he offered

Jews two options: conversion or death."


Explore family fun & adult Traditional Jewish  activities.

 Check out Traditional Holiday Recipes.




Explore History of Thanksgiving Day.

Modern Thanksgiving Day traditional actually came from the ancient tradition of celebrating the Fall Harvest, but has been used by many Nations as a religious or political holiday. This Harvest is usually held at the end of the Fall Harvest season, between October & November. Not all Thanksgivings are about end of war.

"The Romans held feasts in honor of Ceres, the goddess of cereals; the Greeks paid tribute to the goddess Demeter; the Ancient Egyptians erected a statue of Min, the god of vegetation and fertility, on the harvested fields. It was important to these people to both thank the god or goddess for their generosity in providing a bountiful harvest and to make offerings to prepare for the coming year's new growth."

USA celebrates  it in White House, annually. 



Explore family fun  Worldwide Thanksgiving Traditional  activities.

Check out traditional Fall Festival Recipes.





Explore History of Kwanzaa.

"Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African-American culture from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a communal feast called Karamu, usually on the sixth day. It was created by activist Maulana Karenga, based on African harvest festival traditions from various parts of West and Southeast Africa.

Kwanzaa was created in 1966 by Maulana Ron Karenga to: 1) Reaffirm and restore African heritage and culture. 2) To introduce and reinforce the Nguzo Saba or the Seven Principles. 3) To serve as a nationally celebrated communal and non-heroic holiday."

Explore family fun & adult only Traditional African American activities.

 Check out Traditional Kwanzaa recipes.







Explore New Year festival, any of the social, cultural, and religious observances worldwide that celebrate the beginning of the new year.


New Year is probably the oldest and the most universal  holiday in the World. 


"The earliest known record of a New Year festival dates from about 2000 BCE in Mesopotamia, where in Babylonia the new year (Akitu) began with the new moon after the spring equinox (mid-March) and in Assyria with the new moon nearest the autumn equinox (mid-September)"

USA celebrates  it in White House, annually. 




Explore family fun & adult only Traditional Worldwide Holiday activities.

Check out Traditional Russian New Year recipes.





Explore Mardi Gras Festival. 

"Mardi Gras day celebrated in France on Shrove Tuesday 

(the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday), which marks the close of the pre-Lenten season. The French name Mardi Gras means Fat Tuesday, from the custom of using all the fats

in the home before Lent in preparation for fasting and abstinence".

Volupturous (fat) dancers are usually the center of attention of this festival. The meaning of this  is to be in excess in all pleasures, before going into abstinence

of Lent. You can do whatever during Mardi Gras (legally of cause), then you go celibat & abstinent. 

USA celebrates  it in New Orleans, annually. 



Explore family fun & adult only Traditional French Catholic Festival activities.

Check out Traditional Mardi Gras recipes




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