Festen 2019

„It is still not clear why the mother has weird sexual phantasies.””

MMag. Konrad Kubiczek, Viennese family judge in the Sadegh case concerning the horrific flashbacks of Luki Dara Sadegh, then 2 ½ years old, despite of having scientific literature on SRA mind control on his desk

 

Satanic holidays have been mentioned in scientific literature on satanic ritual abuse or trauma based mind control [1] on one hand because of the confessions of victims, and on the other hand because of the registered crimes (abductions, rapes, mutilations of children) around these “festive” dates, meaning ritual abuse (physical, psychological and spiritual abuse).

Satanists are obsessed with rituals, symbols, numerology, and so these festive days overlap with the dates of all religions, which is one of the most important satanic/psychopathic characteristics, besides infiltration and silence, betrayal and deception. While holding solid, “respectable” jobs and attending their – official – churches, they celebrate their own “festive days” right afterwards.

 

 

2019

  JANUAR JANUARY
1 Neujahr; Druidenfest New Year´s Day; Druid Feast Day
6 Heilige Drei Könige (christlich) Twelfth Night, Epiphany (Christian)
6 Neumond New Moon
7 St. Winebald Tag, Blutfest: Blutrituale, Opfer von Tieren und Menschen. Suche nach menschlichen und tierischen Opfern, um sie zu verstümmeln. St. Winebald´s Day; Blood feast; blood rituals, sacrifice of animals and humans. Search for human and animal victims for mutilation.
7 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
8 Taufe Jesu (christlich) Baptism of the Lord (Christian)
13 Satanisches Neujahr Satanic New Year
17 Satanische Feierlichkeiten; Sexrituale (Opferung auf dem Altar) Feast of Fools/Old Twelfth Night/Satanic and demon revels
20 St. Agnes-Nacht; Hexenfest; Sex- und Blutrituale, Entführungen. St. Agnes´Eve; witch revels; sex and blood rituals, abductions.
20/21 Totale Mondfinsternis (Amerika, Westeuropa) Total Lunar Eclipse (America, Western Europe)
20-27 Zeit der Opfervorbereitung: Entführung, Einsperren und zeremonielle Vorbereitung auf das “Opfer” für Maria Lichtmess Time for preparations for sacrifice: Abduction and pre-arrangement of victims for Candlemas
21 Vollmond Full Moon
21 Tu B´Shvat (jüdisch; Frühlingsbeginn) Tu B´Shvat (Jewish; celebration of spring)
25 Satanisches Hochfest; Grosser Gipfel, Grand Climax: Sexrituale, Menschenopfer; genau fünf Wochen und einen Tag nach Winterbeginn: Opfer von Kindern Satanic climax: sex rituals, human sacrifice, exactly five weeks and one day after winter solstice: sacrifice of children
FEBRUAR FEBRUARY
2 Maria Lichtmess, Hexen Sabbat, Satanische Feierlichkeiten: Menschenopfer Candlemas, Sabbat, Groundhog/Imbolg day, Satanic Revels: A night requiring human sacrifice
2 Thelemisches Fest: „Aquariusfest“ (Verkündung des neuen Gesetzes) Thelemic feast of “Aquarius” (Proclamation of the New Law)
4 Neumond New Moon
5 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
14 Valentinstag Valentine´s Day; Pagan festival day – celebrated precisely 13 days after Candlemas/Imbolg
19 Vollmond Full Moon
25 St. Walpurgistag: Blutrituale, Tieropfer, Todestag der heiligen Walburga; Kommunion aus Blut und Verstümmelungen Walpurgis Day: Blood rituals, animal sacrifice, day of death of holy Walburga; communion of blood and dismemberment
   
   
MÄRZ MARCH
1 St. Eichhardt-Tag, Blutmesse: Trinken von Menschen- oder Tierblut zur Krafterlangung und Huldigung der Dämonen St. Eichstadt´s Day: Blood Mass: Drinking of Human and Animal blood for power and homage to daemons
5 Fastnacht, Faschingsdienstag Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
6 Aschermittwoch, Hexen Sabbat/Beginn der Fastenzeit bis 20.4 (christlich) Ash Wednesday, Witch Sabbat/Beginning of Lent until 20.4 (Christian)
6 Neumond New Moon
7 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
12 Thelemisches Fest der Elemente des Frühlings Thelemic feast of the elements of spring equinox
16 Tag von Montsegur, Verfolgung der Katharer Montsegur Day, persecution of the Cathars
17 St. Patrick´s Day (irisch) St. Patrick´s Day
20 – 21 Frühlingsäquinotikum: Sex- und Blutrituale, Frühlingsbeginn, Großes Fruchtbarkeitsfest: Sexueller Verkehr aller ungeachtet Alter und Geschlecht, Opferung von Tieren und Menschen Spring Equinox: Sex- and Blood-Rituals, spring; Feast of Fertility: sexual rituals; human and animal sacrifice
20 Thelemisches Fest: „Kinder des Propheten“ (1904 wurde Crowley das „liber al vel legis“ diktiert und markiert den Beginn des Thelemischen Jahresbeginns) Thelemic feast “Children of the prophet” (1904 Crowley was dictated the “liber al vel legis” – and marks the beginning of the Thelemic New Year)
20 Geburtstag von Ali ibn Abi Talib (muslimisch) Birthday of Ali ibn Abi Talib (muslim)
20 Vorabend zu Purim (Jüdisch) Evening of Purim (Jewish)
20/21 Purim (Jüdisch, Rettung des jüdischen Volkes in Persien) Purim (Jewish, Deliverance of the Jewish People from Haman in Persia)
21 Vollmond Full Moon
24 Fest des Tieres: Satans Braut; Hexenfest Feast of the Beast/Bride of Satan
25 Mariä Verkündigung (christlich) Annunciation (Christian)
APRIL APRIL
1 Der 1. April April Fool´s Day
3 Lailat al Miraj (muslimisch: Mohammeds Reise von Mekka nach Jerusalem, sein Aufstieg in den Himmel und seine Rückkehr) Lailat al Miraj (mulim: Prophet Muhammad´s journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and his ascent into heaven and return)
5 Neumond New Moon
6 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
8-10 Thelemisches Fest: Dreittagesfest im Gedenken, an die drei Tage, an denen Crowley das Buch des Gesetzes, also das liber al vel legis geschrieben hat Thelemic Feast: Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law – liber al vel legis (Crowley)
14 Palmsonntag (christlich) Palm Sunday (Christian)
18 Letzte Abendmahl (christlich) Last Supper (Christian)
19 Vollmond Full Moon
19 Karfreitag (christlich) Good Friday (Christian)
20 Ostersamstag (christlich) Holy Saturday (Christian)
20 Hitlers Geburtstag Hitler´s actual birthday
20 Lailat al-Bara´s/Nisf Shabaan (muslimisch: Nacht der Vergebung); Geburtstag von Muhammad al-Mahdi Lailat al-Bara´s/Nisf Shabaan (muslim: Night of Absolution); Birthday of Muhammad al-Mahdi
21 Ostersonntag, Feiern von Hitlers Geburtstag (der am Ostersonntag geboren wurde) Easter Sunday; Celebration of Hitlers birthday (Hitler was born on Easter, so Nazis celebrate his actual birthday)
19-27 Passover/Pesach (Jüdisch, Rettung des jüdischen Volkes aus der Ägyptischen Sklaverei; Opferfest) Passover/Pesach (Jewish, Deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt; sacrifices)
21 -26 Vorbereitung auf das große Opfer für Grand Climax: Entführung und zeremonielle Vorbereitung der Opfer; Sammlung von Kräutern und betäubenden Pflanzen. Preparation for the great feast; abductions and ritual preparations of the victims; searching for herbs and anaesthetizing plants
26 – 1 (3.) Grand Climax (De Meur): Das große Opfer Grand Climax (De Meur): The great sacrifice
30 Walpurgisnacht: Blutrituale, Satans Geburtstag: Einer der wichtigsten Feiertage im satanischen Kalender. Opferungen. Hitlers Todestag May Eve: Blood rituals, Birth of Satan: One of the most important days within the satanic calendar. Sacrifices. Anniversary of Hitler´s death
30 Thelemisches Fest: „Nacht des Tieres und seiner Braut“ Thelemic Feast: “Night of the beast and his bride”
   
MAI MAY
1 Beltaine: Blutrituale und Feuerfestival, keltischer Festtag, Zeugungsrituale [Samenflüssigkeit wird … in die Vagina eingeführt]; wichtigster Hexenfeiertag Beltaine: Blood rituals, celtic feast, Conception rituals [seminal fluid is … inserted into the vagina]; greatest Witches Sabbat
1 Tag der Arbeit Labour Day in Europe
1/2 Yom HaShoah (jüdisch: Erinnerung an den Holocaust) Yom HaShoah (Jewish: Holocaust Memorial Day)
5 Neumond New Moon
6 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
6-4 (6) Ramadan (muslimisch: Fastenzeit) Ramadan (muslim: Period of fasting, self-evaluation and spiritual growth)
7/8 Yom HaZikaron (jüdisch, Tag der Erinnerung) Yom HaZikaron (jewish; Day of Memory)
8/9 Yom HaAtzma´ut: Israelischer Unabhängigkeitstag Yom HaAtzma´ut: Israeli Day of Independence
12 Muttertag Mothers´ Day
18 Vollmond Full Moon
22/23 Lag B´Omer: jüdisch, Feier zur Widerstandskraft der Juden Lag B´Omer: Jewish; symbolizes the resilience of the Jewish people
24-3 (6) Laylat al-Qadr (muslimisch: Nacht der Bestimmung) Laylat al-Qadr (muslim: Night of Destiny: commemoration of the first revelation of the Qu´an to the Prophet Muhammad)
30 Christi Himmelfahrt (christlich) Ascension Day (Christian)
30 Verbrennung Jeanne d´ Arcs Memory Day, dedicated to Joan of Arc
31 Quds Day (muslimisch: Tag der Unterstützung für unterdrückte Moslems in der Welt) Quds Day (muslim: Day of support for oppressed Muslims in the world
JUNI JUNE
1/2 Yom Yerushelayim: Tag Jerusalems (jüdisch) Yom Yerushelayim: Jerusalem Day (jewish)
3 Neumond New Moon
3 Chaand Raat (muslimisch) Chaand Raat (muslim)
4 Eid al-Fitr (muslimisch: Ende der Fastenzeit) Eid al-Fitr (muslim: end of Ramadan)
4 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
8-10 Shavuot (jüdisch: Übergabe der Tora) Shavuot (jewish: giving the Torah at Mt. Sinai)
9-10 Pfingsten (christlich) Pentecost (Christian)
16 Dreifaltigkeit (christlich) Trinity (Christian)
17 Vollmond Full Moon
20 Fronleichnam (christlich) Feast of the Body of Christ/Corpus Christi (Christian)
20 – 21 Sonnenwendfest, Sommeranfang: Sexrituale, d.h. sexueller Verkehr aller, auch Sodomie, Tier- oder Menschenopfer (Folter, Vergewaltigung, Opferung von Verrätern); Verstümmelungen von Kindern Summer Solstice: Sex rituals, even with animals, animal and human sacrifice (torture, mutilation of traitors); mutilation of children
21 Thelemisches Fest: „Ipsissimustag“ (Der Ipsissimus ist der höchste Grad der Erleuchtung im System der Goldenen Dämmerung und in Crowleys Orden. Er ist das vollendete Selbst in seiner absoluten Freiheit) Thelemic Feast “Ipsissimus” (highest degree within the order of the golden dawn and within Crowleys successors, representing the fulfilled self in absolute freedom)
24 Johannistag – Höchster Feiertag der modernen Freimaurer (Gründung 1717) St. John´s Day – Highest festive day in modern freemasonry (founded 1717)
23 Mitsommernacht, Feuerfestival, Magische Rituale; Midsummer´s Eve; St John´s Eve Fire Festival; Magic Rituals
JULI JULY
1 Satans Festnacht: Satanisches Fest: Blutopfer, Sex mit Dämonen Feast of Satan: Satanic Holiday: Blood Sacrifice, Druid sexual association with demons
2 Neumond New Moon
2 Totale Sonnenfinsternis (Südamerika) Total solar eclipse (South America)
3 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
4 US-Amerikanischer Unabhängigkeitstag US Independence Day
16 Vollmond Full Moon
17 – 26 Opferung der erstgeborenen männlichen Nachkommen; Kommunion aus Fleisch und Blut; Entführungen, Opfervorbereitung für das Großopfer: Entführung und zeremonielle Vorbereitung Sacrifice of first born males, communion with flesh and blood; abductions, preparations of the victims and the rituals
25 Apostel Jakobus-Tag. Satanischer Feiertag und Vorabend des Opferfestes, Sammeln von betäubenden Kräutern St. James´ Day/Festival of the Horned God; Gathering of herbs
26/27 Fünf Wochen und ein Tag nach der Sommersonnenwende: Sexuelle Rituale, Opferung von Kindern; Großer Höhepunkt Five Weeks and one day after summer solstice: sex rituals, child sacrifice; grand climax
   
   
AUGUST AUGUST
1 Lammas, Lughnasadh – Sabbat (Beginn der Erntezeit), Tier und Menschenopfer Lammas, Lughnasadh – Sabbat (beginning of harvest season); animal and human sacrifice;
1 Thelemisches Fest „Fest der Wasser des Lebens“ (Blüte der Fruchtbarkeit) Thelemic Fest “Water of Life” (Fertility)
1 Neumond New Moon
2 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
3 Satanische Feierlichkeiten Satanic revels
9-14 Hajj (muslimisch: Pilgerfahrt nach Mekka) Hajj (muslim: Pilgrimage to Mecca)
10 Arafah (muslim) Arafah Day (muslim)
10/11 Tisha B´Av (jüdisch: Trauertag) Tisha B´Av (jewish: Day of Mourning)
11 Eid al-Adha (muslimisch: Opferfest in Gedenken an den Propheten Ibrahim, der bereit war, seinen Sohn zu opfern; Zeit der Vergebung und der Geschenke) Eid al-Adha (muslim: Feast of Sacrifice in rememberance of the prophet Ibrahim´s willingness to sacrifice his son. A time of forgiveness and gift-giving)
12 Thelemisches Fest: Fest für die erste Nacht des Propheten und seiner Braut Thelemic Feast: feast for the First Night for the Prophet and His Bride
15 Maria Himmelfahrt (christlich, Mariae Aufnahme in den Himmel) Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary (Christian)
15 Vollmond Full Moon
24 St. Bartolomäus Tag, Sabbat und Feuerwerk St. Bartholomew’s Day (Great Sabbat and Fire festival)
30 Neumond New Moon
31 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
31 Muharram (moslimisch: Neujahr) Muharram (muslim: New Year)
SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER
5 – 7 Satans Hochzeit, Hochzeit des Tieres (Apokalypse), Sex- und Blutrituale, Verstümmelungen, Verheiratung von Jungfrauen mit Satan Marriage of the Beast: marriage of virgins to Satan; sex- and blood rituals, Mutilations
9 Ashura (muslimisch: Märtyrertod von Hussein, dem Enkel des Propheten) Ashura (muslim: Martyrdom of the prophet´s grandson Hussein)
14 Vollmond Full Moon
14 Kreuzerhöhung (christlich) Holy Cross Day (Christian)
20 – 21 Mitternachtsmesse/anbetung: Blutrituale, Verstümmelungen, Opferungen, persönliches Blutopfer; Herbstaquinoktium Midnight Host: blood rituals, sacrifices, personal blood sacrifice; Fall Equinox
21 Thelemisches Fest: „Fest des Thoth“ (Gott der Weisheit und des Wissens Thelemic Feast: „Feast of Thoth“ (God of Wisdom and Knowledge)
28 Neumond New Moon
29 Michaelmas, Fest des Erzengel Michael und aller Engel Michealmas; Feast of Archangel Michael and of all Angels
29-1 Rosh Hashanah (jüdisch: Neujahr, Der jüngste Tag) Rosh Hashanah (jewish: New Year, Day of Judgement)
   
   
OKTOBER OCTOBER
6 Erntedankfest (christlich) Thanksgiving (Christian)
8/9 Yom Kippur (jüdisch: Bußtag) Yom Kippur (jewish: Day of Atonement)
12 Thelemisches Fest: Geburt Aleister Crowley Thelemic Feast: Birth of Aleister Crowley
13 Freitag der 13. – Verhaftung und Ermordung aller Mitglieder des Templerordens Friday the Thirteenth – Imprisonment and Murder of all members of the Order of the temple
13 Vollmond Full Moon
13-20 Sukkot (jüdisch: Erntedank) Sukkot (jewish: harvest festival)
20/21 Shmini Atzeret (jüd.) Shmini Atzeret (jewish: Eighth Day of Assembly)
13 – 29 Vorbereitung des Großopfers: Entführung und zeremonielle Opfervorbereitung Preparations for the great sacrifice: abductions and ritual preparations
21/22 Simchat Torah (jüdisch: Feiern des vollendeten Zyklus der Thora) Simchat Torah (jewish: celebration of the annual complete cycle of reading of the Torah)
26 Fünf Wochen und ein Tag nach dem Herbstäquinoktium: Sexueller Verkehr, Opferung von Menschen und Tieren; Österreichischer Nationalfeiertag Five Weeks and one Day after Fall Equinox: sexual rituals, sacrifice of humans and animals
28 Neumond New Moon
29 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
29 – 30 „Heiliger Abend“: Satanische Feierlichkeiten mit Opferungen an jedem Tag “Holy Eve”: Satanic High: human sacrifice each day
30 Thelemisches Fest: „Fest des Feuers und Todes“ (Zeit des Durchschreitens des Abyssos, die Vernichtung des Egos und der Vernunft; die Nacht der Zeit. Alles Existierende wird verbrannt. Zurück bleibt die Asche). Thelemic Feast: “Feast of Fire and Death” (time to walk through Abyssos, Destruction of Ego and Rationality; All Existence is burnt, the ashes remain)
31 Allerheiligen-Nacht; Halloween, Blut- und Sexrituale, Feuerfestival, Großer Sabbat, die Toten kehren in dieser Nacht auf die Erde zurück, Vereinigung von Satan, Dämonen und Mitgliedern, Tierische und menschliche Opfer; Beginn des keltischen Neujahrs. Die dunkle Hälfte des Jahres Halloween: blood and sex rituals, fire festivals, great sabbat, the dead ones come back to earth; Merging of Satan, Daemons and Members; animal and human sacrifices; Start of the Celtic new year. Dark half of the year
NOVEMBER NOVEMBER
1 Allerheiligen (christlich), Satanisches Hochfest All Saints´ Day (Christian); Satanist High Holy Day
2 Allerseelen (christlich, aller Seelen im Fegefeuer), Feier des Todes, Opferung von Menschen All Souls´ Day (Christian; all souls in purgatorial fire); feast of death; human sacrifices
4 Allerheiligen (alt) (Old) All Saint´s Day
4 Satanische Feierlichkeiten Satanic Revels
1 – 6 Isis sucht 6 Tage nach Teilen von Osiris/ Wiederauferstehung von Osiris The Isia: six day ritual drama search for pieces of Osiris/feast of the Netherworld, parting of the astral veil/resurrection of Osiris
7 Wiedergeburt von Osiris Rebirth of Osiris
9 Kristallnacht Kristallnacht
9 (14) Milad un Nabi (muslimisch: Geburtstag des Propheten Mohammeds) Milad un Nabi (muslim: Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad)
12 Vollmond Full Moon
20 – 22 Musemass, Beginn der Nürnberger Prozesse (1945) Musemass, Start of the Nuernberg Trials (1954)
26 Neumond New Moon
28 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
28 Erntedankfest (Amerik.) Thanksgiving
30 Heiliger Andreas St. Andrew’s Day
DEZEMBER DECEMBER
1 Thelemisch: Todestag von Aleister Crowley Thelemic Feast: Crowley’s “Greater Feast” – Death of Crowley
1 1. Adventsonntag (christlich) 1st Sunday of Advent (Christian)
5/6 Krampus / St. Nikolaus Krampus / St. Nicholas´ Day
8 Maria Empfängnis (christlich) Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Christian)
8 2. Adventsonntag (christlich) 2nd Sunday of Advent
12 – 19 Tieropfer und Lebendbestattungen von Menschen, um die “dunkle” Zeit zu feiern Animals sacrifice and live burial of victims to celebrate the dark time
12 Vollmond Full Moon
15 3.. Adventsonntag (christlich) 3rd Sunday of Advent (Christian)
16 – 23 Entführung, Opfervorbereitung Abductions, Preparation for victims and sacrifice
20 – 23 Satansanbetung, Sexrituale, Hexenfeiertag, Julfest, Wintersonnenwende

 

Worshipping to Satan, Sex Rituals, Yule/Winter Solstice
21 St. Thomastag, Feuerfestival, Großer Sabbat, Winter Solstice, Yuele, fire, Tag an dem Lucifer aus dem Himmel verstoßen worden ist, auch Rauhnacht, um sich vor dem Teufel zu schützen

 

St. Thomas´ Day, Fire Festival, Yule/Winter Solstice; Day when Lucifer was abandoned from heaven, also Dark Night (Rauhnacht) to protect oneself from the devil
22 Thelemisches Fest „Sonnenwende der Götter“ (Horus beendet die Herrschaft der Götter der Finsternis, des Todes und der Spaltung) Thelemic Feast „solstice of the gods“
22 4.. Adventsonntag (christlich) 4th Sunday of Advent (Christian)
22/30 Chanukah (jüdisch: Lichterfest) Chanukah (jewish: festival of lights)
24 Weihnachten Christmas Eve
24 Trauerabend wegen der in dieser Nacht gefeierten Geburt Christi, Sexueller Verkehr aller; tierische und menschliche Opfer; Grand High Climax; Körperteile von männlichen Kindern als Geschenk Grief and sorrow because of birth of Jesus; sex rituals, animal and human sacrifice; Grand High Climax; Receive body parts as Christmas gifts from male infants
25 Christtag Christmas Day
26 Stefanitag Boxing Day
26 Neumond New Moon
28 Rosh Chodesh (jüdisch; Neumond, Monatsbeginn) Rosh Codesh (Jewish; New moon, beginning of month)
31 Silvester New Year´s Eve

 

The holidays, as well as the “language” of the respective calendars, is “old” and again underlines the centuries-old tradition of celebrating these festivals, together with bestial child sacrifices. The perpetrators, one remembers XAVAS and several other artists, do not usually dress up in devil’s horns, but are “in suit and robe” – that is, in highly respectable, bourgeois professions. These calendars also show how obsessed many Satanists appear to be with “sexuality”, preferably S / M – BDSM [2], as well as with body fluids (blood, semen, urine), as described in detail in the scientific literature on ritual abuse or artistically processed by artists such as Kim Noble, herself a trauma based mind control and ritual abuse victim. In his novel “eleven minutes”, the life-story of the Brazilian prostitute Maria, famous writer Paolo Coelho also outlines not only BDSM, but also reveals details of “holy prostitution / sacrifice”: power – powerlessness, sadomasochism (submission, subjugation), tormenting and killing “those unworthy of life”, especially “guilt-transference rituals”, as secret initiation rituals seem to be the main attraction for these groups. Due to the bestial crimes against children, in particular, one can imagine how many perpetrators want to break out of this vicious circle, as documented in the literature, but cannot, since they are caught on photos and video recordings and are therefore in the hands of the Satanists / psychopaths, and thus tend to conduct these festive days “in a spiritual manner” and try to seduce others to join.

 

Subsequently, one can observe the machismo of these networks, in which again only the proven stereotypes of femininity are allowed (witch-whore-saints), the feminine element is to be destroyed or suppressed, and also the obsession of Satanists / psychopaths with “interbreeding”, so that inter-generational “dynasties” are sometimes built in secret, in which women are used only as “breeders”, and due to potentially hidden cases of paternity, more people are in turn blackmailable. Due to the “changing of children” often mentioned in scientific literature, and reported by all former Illuminati and Illuminati-related persons – especially Fritz Springmeier, John Todd or Svali – intergenerational breeding can be better understood: bonds of flesh and blood are thus subordinated to the “satanic” goals. The experience of heartbreak, if it remains unreflected upon and unhealed, makes it easier to dehumanize others, and therefore to torture or torment also small children and babies. Again, this brings to mind the words of English specialists in this field: “No one wants to know that it’s happening next door”, because that means it isn’t a crime perpetrated “somewhere” upon “poor orphans” in a “distant continent” by “primitive natives”, but right in our immediate neighborhood in our western world. The bestial atrocities that people can carry out against other people, especially to children, simply take one’s breath away: American psychologist Colin A. Ross also states in his book “Satanic Ritual Abuse” that this ritual abuse is the most horrific thing that can happen to a child, as the damage is irreversible, and also explains why these atrocities must be concealed and denied at all costs: victims must be “disposed of”, as well as witnesses – “death to traitors” is the top priority of such groups. Psychologist Ellen Lacter describes on her website http://endritualabuse.org/about/overview-of-the-differences-between-satanism-and-witchcraft/ the different types of abuse conducted by satanists a well as witches (satanism vs. witchcraft): I have not yet been able to find any (specialist) literature on how, above all, these oaths, vows, pledges and promises of guilt can be resolved; this knowledge seems to have disappeared. In my opinion, this knowledge of how to revoke this ritual transfer of guilt, vows and oaths is “the holy grail” in the field of “ritual abuse”, since satanists / psychopaths are evidently able to change karmic / spiritual laws through rituals, i.e. to offload their own burden onto others. Interestingly enough, most of the people who deal with the topic, from the high-level Illuminati to the hobby esotericist, are convinced that one must have earned his / her “karma” by choosing it for themselves in this lifetime: these arguments can be found on Satanic NWO-pages (argued by high-ranking Illuminati), and is also propagated in esoteric circles as well as in teaching institutions for coaching, training and counselling, and subsequently I was told quite often – even by perpetrators in the Sadegh case – that the crime against my son and also myself was therefore justified. Besides offering the chance to comfortably blame someone else, this also enables another goal to be achieved – namely, to obtain the “moral” legitimacy to dehumanize the victims (even more). Nevertheless:No one has the right or permission to torture (small) children. No child in the world, no matter what their colour, their nationality or belief system, deserves this suffering. No child in the world should be allowed to be used sexually, spiritually, mentally or physically. Every single child must be protected from such crimes.

 

[1] Sources

Orit Badouk Epstein, Joseph & Rachel Wingfield Schwartz: Ritual Abuse and Mind Control. Karnac, London, 2011

http://ra-info.org/mind-control/2014-ritual-dates-and-symbols/

http://www.theopenscroll.com/hosting/SatanicCalendar.htm

https://ritualabuse.wordpress.com/satanic-holidays-2015/

http://www.survivorship.org/resources/altcalendar.html

http://www.aufklaerungsgruppe-krokodil.de/Ritualzeiten.pdf

https://spidercatweb.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/sra-satanic-ritual-dates-2016/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_festivals#Ianuarius

http://www.globaltruth.net/list-of-satanic-sacrificial-dayswhich-is-accurate/

 

Notes:

Eastern Orthodox holidays 
1/6 Theophany/Baptism of Christ 
2/15 The Meeting of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple 
2/27 Beginning of Lent 
3/25 Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary 
4/9 Palm Sunday 
4/13 Holy Thursday 
4/14 Holy Friday 
4/15 Holy Saturday 
4/16 Pascha/Easter 
5/25 Ascension Day 
6/4 Pentecost 
6/26 All Saints Day 
8/6 Transfiguration of the Lord Jesus Christ 
8/15 Ascension of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
9/1 Beginning of the liturgical year 
9/14 Elevation of the Cross 
12/25 Nativity of Christ

 

Hindu holidays 
1/14 Makar Sankranti: Harvest Festival 
2/1 Vasant Panchami/Saraswati Puja: worship of Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, ancestor worship 
3/29 Ugadi/Yugadi: New Year 
3/13 Holi: Festival of Colors: Spring festival, celebration of triumph of good over evil: dedicated to Krishna or Kama 
35/5 Rama Navami: Birth of Ram, the seventh avatar of Vishnu 
4/11 Hanuman Jayanti: Birth of Hanuman, shape shifter 
8/7 Raksha Banhan/Rakhi: Celebratation of the bond between brothers and sisters 
8/215 Krishna Janmashtami: Birth of Krishna 
8/25 Ganesh Chaturthi/Anant Chaturdashi: Birth of Lord Ganesha, god of wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune 
9/5 – 9/19 Pitru Paksha: 16 day period when spirits visit their descendants’ homes 
9/21 – 9/29 – 10/10 Navratri: Fall festival, celebration of the nine forms of Shakti/Devi. 
9/30 Dussehra/Dasera: Celebration of Kali’s victory over Mahishasura, triumph of good over evil 
10/19 Diwali/Dipavali: Festival of Lights: dedicated to Lakshmi or Kali: the end of Lord Rama’s exil: destruction of evil by Vishnu

 

Pantheistic holidays 1/6 Kore gives birth/manifestation of divinity 1/6 Dionysian Revels 1/18 – 1/22 Dream Festival Pleiades 2/1 – 2/3 Mysteries of Persephone 2/15 Lupercalia (she-wolf mother of Romulus and Remus) honoring of Pan 3/20 Feast for the Supreme Ritual/the invocation of Horus/the beginning of the New Year 2/21 – 2/22 Feralia/Terminalia Roman All Souls’/boundary day 3/2 Dionysian Revels 3/9 Festival of Ishtar Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus 3/15 Ides of March: Rites of Cybele and Attis/begins twelve day death and resurrection ritual 3/18 Sheila-na-gig/Sheelah’s Day,/Sheelahis Day/Celtic Creatress:/Jacques De Molay Day/Knights Templar 3/20 – 3/22  Pelusia, Invocation of Isis/Tubulustrum Roman purification/Shab-i-barat. 3/24 Feast of Priapus/Festival of Isis 4/26 – 5/1 Corpus de Baahl 5/ 9 – 5/13 Lemuria: Roman expulsion of evil spirits 8/24 Mania/opening of Nether World Gate 8/24 – 8/27 Fundus Mundi/a three day late-harvest festival 8/28 Feast of Nephthys, wife of Set, Goddess of Death, marks the end of Fundis Mundi 9/23 – 10/2 Mysteries of Eleusis 10/5 Opening of Mundus Cereris 10/31 Preparation for The Isia ring of six: Isis, Hathor, Nepthys, Horus, Thoth, Anubis/ Resurrection of Osiris 11/1 – 11/6 The Isia: six days’ ritual drama/search for pieces of Osiris/feast of the netherworld, parting of the astral veil/resurrection of Osiris 11/7 P Hilaria/Mania/Opening of Mundus Cereris/rebirth of Osiris 12/17 – 12/22 Saturnalia

Countries

Australia 1/26 –  Australia Day 3/6 –  Labour Day (Western Australia) 3/13 – Labour Day (Victoria, Tasmania) 3/13 –  Canberra Day (ACT) 4/25 –  Anzac Day 5/1  – Labour Day (Northern Territory, Queensland) 5/14 –  Mothers’ Day 6/12 –  Queen’s Birthday (all except Western Australia and Queensland) 9/3 –  Fathers’ Day 9/25 – Queen’s Birthday (Western Australia) 10/2 – Queen’s birthday (Queensland) 10/2 – Labour Day (most regions) 11/11 – Remembrance Day 12/26 – Boxing Day

Canada Holidays that are celebrated by all provinces are listed in the main calendar. Additional holidays: 2/20– Islander Day – PE 2/20 (2/13 in BC) – Family Day – BC, AB, SK, ON 2/20 – Louis Riel Day – MB 3/17 – St. Patrick’s Day – NL 4/23 – St George’s Day – NL 5/22 – Victoria Day (National Patriots’ Day in QC) – Nationwide except NB, NS, PE, NL 6/21 – National Aboriginal Day NT 6/24 – Fete Nationale (St. Jean Baptiste Day) QC 6/24 – Discovery Day – NL 7/1 S Canada Day 7/9 – Nunavut Day – NT 8/7 – Civic/Provincial Day – AB, BC, SK, ON, NB, NU 10/10 – Thanksgiving – Nationwide except NB, NS, PE, NL 11/11 – Remembrance Day – Nationwide except ON, QC, NS, NL 12/26 – Boxing Day – ON Mexico 1/1 –  New Year’ Day 1/6 –  Dia de los Santos Reyes (Three Kings): exchange of Christmas presents 2/2 –  Dia de la Candelaria (Candlemas) 2/5 –   Constitution Day 2/24 – Flag Day 2/22 – 2/28 Carnaval 2/1 – Ash Wednesday (beginning of Lent 3/18  –  Oil Expropriation of 3/18/1938 3/20 – Benito Juarez’ Birthday Memorial 4/10 – 4/16 – Holy Week (end of Lent) 4/9 – Palm Sunday 4/14 – Good Friday 4/16 – Easter Sunday 4/30 –  Children’s Day 5/1 –  Labor Day 5/3 – Holy Cross Day 5/5 – Battle of Puebla 5/5 – Cinque de Mayo 5/10 –  Mothers’ Day 5/25 – Ascension Day 6/4 – Whit Sunday 6/15 – Corpus Christi 6/18 – Father’s Day 8/15 – Assumption of Mary   9/16 –  Independence Day 10/12 – Dia de la Raza (arrival of Columbus to the Americas) 10/31 – Halloween 11/1 – 11/2 – Day of the Dead 11/20 – Revolution Day Memorial 11/26 – Christ the King Day 12/8 – Feast of the Immaculate Conception 12/12 – Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe 12/25 – Christmas 12/28 – Day of the Holly Innocents 12/31 – New Year’s Eve South Africa 1/1 – New Years Day 3/21 – Human Rights Day 3/28 – Family Day 4/14 – Good Friday 4/17 – Family Day 4/27 – Freedom Day 5/1 – Workers’ Day (Labour Day) 5/10 – Mothers’ Day 5/26 – Easter Sunday 6/26 – Youth Day 6/19 – Fathers’ Day 7/18 – Nelson Mandela’s Birthday 8/9 – Women’s Day 9/24 – Heritage Day (celebrated 9/25) 12/16 – Day of Reconciliation 12/25 – Christmas Day 12/26 – Day of Goodwill The Netherlands 1/1 –  New Year’ Day 4/14 – Good Friday 4/16 – Easter Sunday 4/17 – Easter Monday 
4/27 – King’s Birthday 
5/4 – Remembrance Day 
5/5 – Liberation Day 5/25 – Ascension Day 6/4 – Whit Sunday 6/5 – Whit Monday 12/5 -St. Nicholas Eve (Sinterklaas) 12/25 – Christmas Day 12/25 – Second Day of Christmas 12/31 – New Year’s Eve United Kingdom 1/1 –  New Year’ Day (2/2 – Bank Holiday) 1/25 – Burns Night (Scotland) 3/1 – St. David’s Day (Wales) 3/6 – Mothering Sunday 3/17 – St. Patrick’s Day (Northern Ireland) 4/14 – Good Friday 4/16 – Easter Sunday 4/17 – Easter Monday 4/23 – St. George’s Day 5/1 – May Day (Bank Holiday) 5/29 – Spring Bank Holiday 6/4 – Pentecost 6/4 – Whit Sunday 6/5 – Whit Monday 6/19 – Fathers’ Day 7/12 – Battle of the Boyne 8/28 – Summer Bank Holiday 11/5 – Guy Fawkes Day 11/13 – Remembrance Sunday 11/30 – St Andrew’s Day (Scotland) 12/25 – Christmas Day 12/26 – St Stephen’s Day (Scotland, Ireland 12/26 – Boxing Day

 

 

Source: http://ra-info.org/mind-control/2014-ritual-dates-and-symbols/

 

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