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NEW MOON 

CALENDAR FOR 2011

*May be seen a day earlier: All sightings are at sunset

 

                                             

1st Moon            4/4/11

2nd Moon           5/4/11      

3rd Moon            6/2/11

4TH Moon          7/2/11

5th Moon            7/31/11 

6th Moon            8/30/11

7th Moon            9/29/11

8th Moon           10/27/11

9th Moon           11/26/11

10th Moon         12/25/11

2011 FEASTS

Passover

*April 18

*(observed night before)

 

Unleavened Bread

April 19-25

 

Pentecost

June 12th

 

Feast of Trumpets

Sept. 29

 

Atonement

October 8th

 

Feast of Tabernacles

& Last Great Day

October 13-20

  

 

    

 

 

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Calendar Facts  

The Days of the week:

All of the days of the week were

named after pagan gods and

goddesses. Here are the English

names for the days of the week

with their origin.

SUNDAY- the sun god.

MONDAY- the moon goddess

TUESDAY- Tiw, the Norse god of

war.

WEDNESDAY- Wodin (or Odin), the

chief Norse god.

THURSDAY- Thor, Norse god of thunder.

FRIDAY- Frigg, Norse goddess of love.

SATURDAY- Saturn, Roman god of

harvest.

 

The Names of the Months:

January- Named after the Roman god  Janus.

February-The name comes either from the old-Italian god Februus or else from februa, signifying the festivals of purification celebrated in Rome during this month.

March-Named after the Roman god of war, Mars.

April-Called Aprilis, from aperire, "to open". Possible because it is the month in which the buds begin to open.

May-Named after Maiesta,  the Roman goddess of honor and reverence.

June- Nnamed in honor of the goddess Juno.

July- It was the month in which Julius Caesar was born, and named Julius in his honor in 44 BCE.

August- Named in  honor of the first of the Roman emperors, Augustus.

September-The name comes from septem, "seven".

October-The name comes from octo,     "eight"

November-The name comes from novem, "nine".

December-The name comes from decem, "ten".