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Silvereagle: Well today and this weekend may end up being very special for Dinarians IMO
It’s 4-19-19 which is auspicious for numerology believers. I believe the Chinese like to do big things on dates like this. The numerology number 19 is both a starter and a finisher. It's a starter because the digit 1 is a starter. It's a finisher, because the digit 9 is a finisher.
The Stock Market closed yesterday at 2PM and will not open until Monday 4-22-19. Most markets around the world are also closed.
It’s Good Friday for the Christian Religion
Passover starts at sundown today for the next 8 days for the Jewish Religion
Tonight is a Full moon…..It’s called a Pink Moon
Sunday of course is Easter. A very holy day in the Christian Religion. A day of hope and New Beginnings. Additionally, since Easter is a representation of the fulfillment of the promises of God to mankind, it follows that Easter Sunday is one of the most important holidays on the Christian calendar.
Sunday is also very holy in the Muslim community. Saturday evening till Sunday morning it is Laylat al Barat. A holy night for prayers and fasting on Sunday !
Easter Sunday is also the alleged day the "St.GermaineTrust " is open
Monday the 22nd of April is Earth Day-? This observance arose from an interest in gathering national support for environmental issues.
As the weekend approaches, so does April’s full moon, the fourth full moon of 2019!
This Friday, April’s full “Pink Moon” will be on display — its name, however, is quite deceiving. Here is everything you need to know.
So, why is it called a full “Pink Moon?”
According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, in ancient times people used to track the seasons through a lunar calendar, so names were given to recurring full moons to mark the change in season.
April’s full moon was named the full “Pink Moon,” because it coincided with the blooming of “moss pink” or wild ground phlox — a bright pink wildflower, one of the first flowers of spring.
But will the moon actually appear pink?
Sadly, no. The moon will not take on a pink color, but will rather appear like any other full moon. It may be a yellowish color, or a brighter golden-orange once it nears the horizon.
Easter and the Full Moon
This year, April’s full Moon is also connected to Easter. It’s what’s known as the Paschal Full Moon—the full Moon that determines Easter’s date.
A “Pink Easter Moon” will rise the morning of Good Friday! Did you know that the date of Easter—April 21 this year—is tied to the full Pink Moon and the Vernal (Spring) Equinox? Understand the curious connection …
For example, if the Vernal Equinox occurred on March 21 and the full Moon occurred on March 23, Easter would be observed on the first Sunday after March 23.
However, that is really putting it too simply…
Easter and the Paschal Full Moon
Easter is what’s known as a “movable feast”—in other words, a religious holiday that falls on different calendar dates from year to year.
The date of Easter is tied not only to the full Moon, but to the Vernal Equinox and the relationship between them, too. Thanks to this, determining when Easter will be can get more than a bit confusing.
Here’s the basic rule for finding the date:
Easter is observed on the Sunday following the Paschal Full Moon, which is the first full Moon that occurs on or after the Vernal Equinox.
Which Full Moon is Nearest to Easter?
The full Moon nearest to Easter can change. Sometimes, it’s the full Moon which falls in March and sometimes it’s the full Moon which falls in April.
Both tonight (April 18) and tomorrow (April 19), you’ll see a round full-looking Moon.
Laylat al Barat 2019
April 20, 2019 in the World
According to Muslim faith, with Laylat al Barat on April20, 2019, the time of religious reflection starts and leads to the holy month of Ramadan.
At this Night of Bara'at, Allah is particularly beneficial and hears more prayers than in other nights. Furthermore good deeds are double-counted during this night. Faithful Muslims worldwide spend this night praying at home or in the solemnly lit mosques.
Passover 2019 will be celebrated from April 19 - April 27.
The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan, April 19 - April 27, 2019. Passover (Pesach) commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
In Hebrew it is known as Pesach (which means “to pass over”), because God passed over the Jewish homes when killing the Egyptian firstborn on the very first Passover eve.
Good Friday falls on April 19 in 2019. The holiday symbolizes the day that Christians believe Jesus Christ was crucified.
The holiday is followed by Easter Sunday which honors the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the Christian faith
The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq are both closed on Good Friday.
Bond markets may also close early Thursday afternoon ahead of the Easter holiday weekend. Markets will be back on their usual schedule on Monday.
Which markets are closed on Good Friday
Apr 19, 2019 6:19 a.m. ET
Most European markets will be closed Easter Monday as well
Major U.S. exchanges will be closed on Good Friday, while the most-watched European markets will be closed on both Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Good Friday is a Christian holiday that commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, while Easter Monday is the Monday following Easter Sunday, which celebrates Christ’s resurrection.
The New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and CME Globex futures and options, including equities futures ESM9, +0.35% and commodities such as crude oil CLK9, +0.38% gold GCM9, +0.09% will all be closed for trading.
The tradition of market closures on Good Friday is notable in that it is the only day of the year when markets will be closed on a day that is not a federal holiday.
The New York Stock Exchange has been closed on the Friday before Easter every year since 1889, with exceptions in 1906 and 1907, according to an NYSE spokeswoman
The market closure comes as stock-market investors are wading into first-quarter earnings season and following one of the best starts to the year for large U.S. companies. Year-to-date, the S&P 500 SPX, +0.16% has gained nearly 16%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.42% has added nearly 14%, and the Nasdaq COMP, +0.02% climbed 20.5%, as of Thursday’s close.
Markets for government bonds and other fixed-income securities will also be closed on Good Friday, per the recommendation of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.
Easter Sunday: Easter is on Sunday, April 21 this year (2019).
Easter is one of the most well-known holidays in modern times, and just like Christmas, Easter is celebrated by Christians and non-Christians alike.
When you think of the Easter holiday different things may come to mind: church services, crosses draped in purple, outreach activities, spring weather, Easter egg hunts and painting eggs, filling baskets with candy and small gifts, and possibly the Easter bunny.
Because of the mixture of gospel celebration and commercialism, Easter is celebrated under different definitions by a variety of people all over the world.
As with Christmas, Easter presents an opportunity for conversation and hospitality to talk about the true meaning of the holiday and why Christians continue to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
St. Germaine Trust:
Fact or Fiction......The money from the World Trust will be distributed in the following manner. At his direction The World Trust can only be activated for payout at only two times during any given year, Easter and Christmas.
This is allegedly a huge sum that has been earning interest for hundreds of years to be released for the good of humanity.
Who know's if this is real or not......but, it's fun to think about
SilverEagle: So with all these holidays, and auspicious signs converging this weekend……will we be able to add RV/GCR Day to this list from now on?
Anything is possible
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