4.03 Roman Holidays

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_festivals
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The term "holidays or “holy days” essentially means "hell" days or “heel” days, for they mark the time that the underworld (hell), experiences the wrath of the Roman Empire’s heel or boot. During Roman times, holy days were referred to as "Feriae" (F+R), meaning “Four” days or “Fear” days (i.e., the number 4 is a sacred Roman number and is most often depicted as a cross), as both animal and human alike were routinely slaughtered for sport and sacrafice. Roman holy days were defined by the Roman scholar and writer Marcus Terentius Varro as "days instituted for the sake of the gods”. Roman religious rites were performed on the “feriae”, public business was suspended, and slaves were to be given some form of rest.

Roman Calendar
According to modern historical sources, festivals in ancient Rome were an important part of Roman religious life and one of the primary features of the Roman calendar. The first days of each Roman month were allegedly entitled Kalends or Kalendae which is where the English word "calendar" was untimely derived from. The term Kalendae (K+L+N+D) meaning “Killing Day”, essentially morphed into the word “calendar” which can be translated literally to “Killing Day of Rome” as the letter “R” always equates to Rome. In other words, the Roman calendar was the schedule of killings which was celebrated with lavish feasts, ceremonies and public spectacles.


Roman Religion = Jewish Religion
Aside from the Hollywood films and television shows entitled “Roman Holiday” (1953) and “The Roman Holidays” (1972), Roman holy days  are celebrated in the underworld in modern times by the Jewish people through their counterfeit religion of Judaism whose holy days reflects almost exectly, the dates, festivals, sacrifices and rituals of the Roman Empire. Although the names have been altered, the dates and meaning behind the two religions is the same and therefore the Jewish people unwittingly execute the Roman's dirty work in the underworld. Of the 12 major Jewish holidays (see list below), each one coincides in some way with a Roman holiday, regardless of the fact that the dates change from year to year.
So unless the Jews are Romans, which they obviously are not, there is no explicable reason why over 90% of all Jewish holidays fall on Roman holidays and vice versa. In other words, unless the Romans designed the Jewish religion to mirror their own religion, down to every single date and detail, there is no logical explanation for this phenomenon. Therefore, in order to guarantee that Roman holy days are continually celebrated with human sacrifices (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks and war) in the underworld, the dates and meanings of the Jewish holy days must be exactly the same as the Romans, which they are. As the Bible verse Matthew 6:10 explains, "Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven (Greenland)".

Star of David
The Star of David, known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David, is w
idely recognized as the symbol of Jewish identity and Judaism. It is shaped in the form of a hexagon, a 6-pointed star that is formed by the compound of two equilateral triangles. The number 6 is a favorite esoteric number of Rome which is most commonly associated with death and destruction. The name “David” (D+V+D) means "Divide" and the therefore the "Star of David" means the "Star of Steer of the Divide". In other words, the Jewish people are steered by Rome to keep the peolple divided amoungst themselves, but more importantly, to keep the divide between upper Earth (Greenland) and the underworld (hell). The hexagon is significant because through the use and abuse of the Jewish people, Rome has effectively put a hex (curse) or a hoax on all of mankind. The two opposing triangles depicted in the Star of David (see below) can be taken quite literally as what is ordered by Rome in Greenland is reflected and executed in the underworld by the Jewish people through the main Roman proxy state of Switzerland.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanukkah

Hanukkah

Hanukkah, widely known as the Feast of Dedication, is an 8-day Jewish holiday allegedly commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (e.g., the Second Temple) in Jerusalem, regardless of the fact that all aspects which pertain to temples and temple building (e.g., arches, columns, domes, etc.,) are Greco-Roman in nature. In reality, Hanukkah is likely a counterfeit Roman holyday created to commemorate the ceremonies, rituals and human sacrifices associated with Rome’s new temple in either Sicily (i.e., the Second Temple; the First Temple being built in either Crete or Athens, Greece) or the third and final temple which was built in Greenland (most likely Thule) just prior to the alleged fall of the RomanEmpire. In 2013, the Jewish holy days of Hanukkah are celebrated on November 27-December 5. Coincidentally, the Roman temple ceremonies of Neptune and Pietas are held on December 1; the celebration of the Roman goddess Bona Dea are held on December 3; and the Roman country festival for Faunus held by the pagi is celebrated on December 5.  In 2013, Hanukkah is celebrated on December 16-24. Coincidentally, Saturnalia, which is held in honor of Saturn with the public ritual on December 17 is celebrated by the Romans from December 17-23; the holy day of Opalia is celebrated in honor of the Roman god Ops on December 19; the Romans celebrate Divalia in honor of Angerona on December 21; the Roman sacrifice to Hercules and Ceres is also given on the December 21 which also coincides with the Winter Solstice (e.g., years 2013, 2014, 2016); the Roman anniversary of the Temple of the Lares Permarini in the Porticus Minucia is celebrated December 22, which also coincides with the Winter Solstice in 2015; the Roman holy day of Sigillaria, the last day of the Saturnalia which is devoted to gift (poison) giving, is celebrated a day later on December 23; Larentalia, which commemorates the Roman temples of Diana and Juno Regina in the Circus Flaminius is also celebrated on December 23; and finally, Tempestates, the Roman god of weather is also celebrated on December 23.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoshanah_Rabbah

Hoshanah Rabbah
Hoshanah Rabbah is a Jewish holy day which is known as the “Last of the Days of Judgment”. In reality Hoshanah Rabbah is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to mark the end of the so-called “Judgment” of Rome in the underworld. In order to successfully pull off the hoax of moving to Greenland unabated and unnoticed, a series of man-made wars, earthquakes, tsunamis and pandemics were executed by the Roman military against both Rome and her known enemies of the day. In 2013, Hoshanah Rabbah more or less coincides with the Southward Equinox (September 22-24) when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward. In 2014, Hoshanah Rabbah falls on October 14 which coincidentally marks the restoration of the Roman Temple of the Penates Dei on the Velian Hill.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover

Passover
The Passover is a 7-day Jewish festival held to commemorate the Jewish people’s alleged liberation over 3,300 years ago by God from slavery in ancient Egypt, as well as the birth of their nation under the leadership of Moses. In reality, the Passover is likely a counterfeit Roman holiday created to commemorate Rome’s liberation from the underworld by G.O.D. (Greenland of Denmark) as they “passed over” from the bottom side (the dark side) of the Earth to the top side (the sunny side).  In 2013, the Jewish Passover is held from April 3-11 which coincidentally bookends the Roman games of Ludi Megalenses or Megalesia, which occurs on April 4-10 in honor of the Magna Mater or Cybele, a Greco-Roman goddess. In 2014, the Jewish Passover is held from April 14-22. Coincidentally, the Roman holy day of Fordicidia is celebrated with offering of a pregnant cow is sacrificed to Tellus ("Earth") on April 15, also known as “Tax Day” in America. Coincidentally, the modern holiday known as Earth Day is celebrated annually a week later on April 22. The Roman festival Parilia in honor of Pales and the dies natalis of Rome also falls within the 2014 Jewish Passover on April 21.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purim

Purim
Purim is a holy day which celebrates the Jewish people's alleged victory over their enemies and commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people from a plot by the Persian Empire to destroy them. In reality, Purim is likely a counterfeit Roman holiday considering that the Jews were never at war with Persia, the Roman Empire was. The term Purim (P+R+M), which essentially means “Pure Rome”, is a Roman holy day dedicated to their final victory over the Persian Empire with whom they had been at fighting against for years during the Roman-Persian Wars. In 2013, Purim is held on February 23-24. Coincidentally, February 23 marks the Roman holy day of Terminalia which is held in honor of Terminus, as well as the Roman observance of Regifugium and the rituals of rex sacrorum which involves boots (shape of Italy) and an axe (fasces), two objects affiliated with Roman lore. In 2014, Purim is celebrated on March 15-16. Coincidentally, the Roman procession of the Argei is held annually from March 16–17. The Roman holy day of Feriae Iovi, sacred to the god of Jove or Jupiter, as well as the feast of the year to the goddess Anna Perenna are also celebrated on March 15.

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Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a 2-day Jewish celebration known as the “Feast of Trumpets” and is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") and is believed to be the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve. Rosh Hashanah customs include sounding the shofar (a hollowed-out ram's horn) and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey to evoke a "sweet new year". In reality, Rosh Hashanah is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate the “Feast of the Triumphants” and the creation of a “dam” to block the “eve” or night of the underworld. The blowing of the ram’s horn, or Rome’s horn (the symbol of Rome is a Ram), and the eating of sweets signifies Rome’s triumphant victory over mankind while they enjoy the fruits and comforts in the “high holy land” of Greenland. In 2013, the Jewish holy day of Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on September 4-6. Coincidentally, the Ludi Romani or Ludi Magni, "the oldest and most famous" of the Roman games, were held annually on September 5-19. In 2014, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on September 24-26. The anniversary of the Temple of Venus Genetrix vowed by Julius Caesar is celebrated on September 26, which generally coincides with the the Southward Equinox (September 22-24). In 2015, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on September 13-15. Coincidentally, the anniversary of the Temple to Jupiter Optimus Maximus as well as the Epulum Iovis, a sumptuous ritual feast offered to Jove, was celebrated by Rome on September 13.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shavuot

Shavuot

Shavuot is a 2-day Jewish holy day celebration which allegedly commemorates the anniversary of the day that God gave the Torah to the entire nation of Israel while assembled atop Mount Sinai. In reality, Shavuot is a likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to mark the anniversary of the first year that the entire nation of the Romans Empire was present atop Mt. Zion/Mt. Olympus in Greenland. Torah (T+R+H) meaning “To Rome Forever”, was likely the exact words toasted in celebration of Rome’s final victory over mankind. In 2013, the Jewish holy day of Shavuot is celebrated on May 14-16. Coincidentally, the anniversary of the Temple of Mars Invictus as well as the second procession of the Argei are celerated by Rome on May 14. The Roman holy day of Mercuralia, which is celebrated in in honor of Mercury, Feriae of Jove, is celebrated by Rome on May 15. In 2014, Shavuot is celebrated on June 3-5. Coincidentally, the anniversary of the Temple of Bellona is celebrated by Rome on June 3; the Roman anniversary of the restoration of the Temple of Hercules Custos is celebrated by Rome on June 4; and the Roman anniversary of the Temple of Dius Fidius is celebrated by Rome on June 5. In 2015, Shavuot is celebrated on May 23-25. Coincidentally, holy day of the second Tubilustrium; Feriae for Volcanus (Vulcan), is celebrated by Rome on May 23; the holy day of QRCF, which follows Tubilustrium, is celebrated by Rome on May 24; and the anniversary of the Temple of Fortuna Primigenia is celebrated by Rome on May 25.
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Roman-Jewish Holy Days
Although the Jews use the Hebrew calendar and the Romans use a 13-month lunar calender, over 90% of their respective holy days occur on the date in the Gregorian calendar. Therefore, it can only be concluded that Roman holy days are in fact Jewish holy days and vice versa. The following list of holy days include the Gregorian months of April through September and the Roman months of Aries 1 through Libra 15.

APRIL(4)—ARIES(1)-TAURUS(2)
:

April 1—Aries 1
Roman: Original New Year's Day when the sacred fire of Rome was renewed; the dancing armed priesthood of the Salii celebrated the Feriae Marti (holiday for Mars), which was also the dies natalis ("birthday") of Mars. Also the Matronalia, in honor of Juno Lucina, Mars' mother, and
Veneralia in honour of Venus.
Modern:
April Fools’ Day

April 2—Aries 2
April 3—
Aries 3
Jewish:
Passover (2013) (April 3-11)
April 4—
Aries 4

Roman: Ludi Megalenses or Megalesia (April 4-10), in honor of the Magna Mater or Cybele, whose temple was dedicated April 10, 191 BC.
April 5—
Aries 5
April 6—
Aries 6
April 7—
Aries 7
April 8—
Aries 8
April 9—
Aries 9
April 10—
Aries 10
April 11—
Aries 11
April 12—
Aries 12
Roman: Cerialia or Ludi Cereri (April 12-19), festival and games for Ceres, established by 202 BC
April 13—
Aries 13
Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of Jupiter Victor
April 14—
Aries 14
Jewish:
Passover (2014) (April 14-22)
April 15—
Aries 15
Roman: Fordicidia, offering of a pregnant cow to Tellus ("Earth")
April 16—
Aries 16
April 17—
Aries 17
April 18—
Aries 18
April 19—
Aries 19
April 20—
Aries 20
April 21—
Aries 21
Roman: Parilia, rustic festival in honour of Pales, and the dies natalis of Rome
April 22—
Aries 22

Jewish: Passover (2014) (April 14-22)
Modern:
Earth Day
April 23—
Aries 23

Roman: The first of two wine festivals (Vinalia), the Vinalia Priora for the previous year's wine, held originally for Jupiter and later Venus
April 24—
Aries 24
April 25—
Aries 25
Roman: Robigalia, an agricultural festival involving dog sacrifice April 26—Aries 26
April 27—
Aries 27
April 28—
Aries 28

Roman: Ludi Florales (April 28-May 1) in honour of Flora, extended to May 3 under the Empire
April 29—
Taurus 1
April 30—
Taurus 2

MAY(5)—TAURUS(2)-GEMINI(3):

May 1—Taurus 3
Roman: Games of Flora continue; sacrifice to Maia; anniversary of the Temple of Bona Dea on the Aventine; rites for the Lares Praestites, tutelaries of the city of Rome.
Modern: May Day

May 2—
Taurus 4
May 3—
Taurus 5

Roman: Ludi Florales (April 28-May 1) in honour of Flora, extended to May 3 under the Empire
May 4—
Taurus 6
Dutch:
Remembrance of the Dead
May 5—
Taurus 7
May 6—
Taurus 8
May 7—
Taurus 9
May 8—
Taurus 10
May 9—
Taurus 11

Roman: Lemuria, a festival of the dead with both public and household rites, possibly with a sacrifice to Mania on the 11th
May 10—
Taurus 12
May 11—
Taurus 13

Roman: Lemuria, a festival of the dead with both public and household rites, possibly with a sacrifice to Mania on the 11th
May 12—
Taurus 14
May 13—
Taurus 15

Roman: Lemuria, a festival of the dead with both public and household rites, possibly with a sacrifice to Mania on the 11th
May 14—
Taurus 16
Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Mars Invictus (Mars the Unconquered); a second procession of the Argei
Jewish: Shavuot (2013) (May 14-16)
May 15—
Taurus 17
Roman: Mercuralia, in honor of Mercury; Feriae of Jove
May 16—
Taurus 18

Jewish: Shavuot (2013) (May 14-16)
May 17—
Taurus 19
May 18—
Taurus 20
May 19—
Taurus 21
May 20—
Taurus 22
May 21—Taurus 23
Roman: One of four Agonalia, probably a third festival for Vediovis
May 22—
Taurus 24
May 23—
Taurus 25

Roman: A second Tubilustrium; Feriae for Volcanus (Vulcan)
Jewish:
Shavuot (2015) (May 23-25)
May 24—
Taurus 26

Roman:
QRCF, following Tubilustrium as in March
May 25—
Taurus 27

Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Fortuna Primigenia
May 26—
Taurus 28
May 27—
Gemini 1
May 28—
Gemini 2
May 29—
Gemini 3
May 30—
Gemini 4
May 31—
Gemini 5

JUNE(6)—GEMINI(3)-CANCER(4):

June 1—
Gemini 6

Roman: Anniversaries of the Temple of Juno Moneta; of the Temple of Mars on the clivus (slope, street) outside the Porta Capena; and possibly of the Temple of the Tempestates (storm goddesses); also a festival of the complex goddess Cardea or Carna
June 2—
Gemini 7
June 3—
Gemini 8

Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of Bellona
Jewish:
Shavuot (2014) (June 3-5)
June 4—
Gemini 9
Roman:
Anniversary of the restoration of the Temple of Hercules Custos
June 5—
Gemini 10

Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of Dius Fidius
June 6—
Gemini 11
History:
D-Day
June 7—
Gemini 12
Roman:
Ludi Piscatorii, "Fishermen's Games". Vestalia (June 7-15), in honour of Vesta; June 9 was a dies religiosus to her
June 8—
Gemini 13
Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Mens
June 9—
Gemini 14

Roman: Vestalia (June 7-15), in honour of Vesta; June 9 was a dies religiosus to her
June 10—
Gemini 15
June 11—
Gemini 16
Roman:
Matralia in honour of Mater Matuta; also the anniversary of the Temple of Fortuna in the Forum Boarium
June 12—
Gemini 17
June 13—
Gemini 18

Roman: Feriae of Jove (Jupiter). Quinquatrus minusculae (June 13-15), the lesser Quinquatrus celebrated by tibicines, flute-players in their role as accompanists to religious ceremonies
June 14—
Gemini 19
June 15—
Gemini 20

Roman: Vestalia (June 7-15), in honour of Vesta; June 9 was a dies religiosus to her. Quinquatrus minusculae (June 13-15), the lesser Quinquatrus celebrated by tibicines, flute-players in their role as accompanists to religious ceremonies
June 16—
Gemini 21
June 17—
Gemini 22
June 18—
Gemini 23
June 19—
Gemini 24

Roman: A commemoration involving the Temple of Minerva on the Aventine
June 20—
Gemini 25
Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Summanus
Solar:
June 20 Summer Solstice (2016), Sun at its highest altitude above the horizon
June 21—
Gemini 26
Solar: Summer Solstice (2013, 2014, 2015), Sun at its highest altitude above the horizon
June 22—
Gemini 27
June 23—
Gemini 28
June 24—
Cancer 1

Roman: Festival of Fors Fortuna
June 25—
Cancer 2

Roman:
Taurian Games (June 25–26), but other scholars doubt these ludi had a fixed date or recurred on a regular basis.
June 26—
Cancer 3
June 27—
Cancer 4
Roman:
Observance in honour of the Lares. Anniversary of the Temple of Jupiter Stator
June 28—
Cancer 5

History:
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
June 29—
Cancer 6
Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of Hercules Musarum, Hercules of the Muses
June 30—
Cancer 7

JULY(7)—CANCER(4)-LEO(5):

July 1Cancer 8

Roman: Anniversary of a temple to Juno Felicitas
July 2
Cancer 9
July 3
Cancer 10
July 4
Cancer 11
American:
Independence Day (U.S.)
July 5
Cancer 12
Roman: Festival of Poplifugia
July 6
Cancer 13
Roman: Ludi Apollinares, games (July 6-13) in honor of Apollo, first held in 212 B.C. as a one-day event (July 13) and established as an annual event in 208 B.C. Anniversary of the Temple of Fortuna Muliebris
July 7Cancer 14
Roman: (Nones): Nonae Caprotinae; Ancillarum Feriae (Festival of the Serving Women); Sacrifice to Consus by unspecified public priests (sacerdotes publici); also a minor festival to the two Pales
July 8
Cancer 15
Roman: Vitulatio (Roman Thanksgiving)
July 9
Cancer 16
July 10
Cancer 17

Islamic:
Ramadan (2013) (July 10-August 7)
July 11
Cancer 18
July 12
Cancer 19
July 13
Cancer 20
Roman: Ludi Apollinares, games (July 6-13) in honor of Apollo, first held in 212 B.C. as a one-day event (July 13) and established as an annual event in 208 B.C.
July 14
Cancer 21

Roman: Series of markets or fairs (mercatus) following the Ludi Apollinares (July 14-19)
July 15
Cancer 22

Roman: Transvectio equitum, a procession of cavalry
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2013), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (July 15-16)
July 16
Cancer 23
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2013), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (July 15-16)
July 17
Cancer 24
Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of Honos and Virtus; sacrifice to Victory
July 18
Cancer 25

Roman: A “dies ater” ("black day," meaning a day of ill omen) marking the defeat of the Romans by the Gauls at the Battle of the Allia in 390 BC, leading to the sack of Rome by the Gauls
July 19
Cancer 26

Roman: Series of markets or fairs (mercatus) following the Ludi Apollinares (July 14-29). Lucaria festival of the grove (July 19 and 21)
July 20
Cancer 27
Roman: Ludi Victoriae Caesaris (July 20-30), "Games of the Victorious Caesar", held annually from 45 B.C.
July 21—
Cancer 28
Roman: Lucaria festival of the grove (July 19 and 21)
July 22—
Leo 1
Roman:
July 22: Anniversary of the Temple of Concordia at the foot of the Capitol
July 23—
Leo 2
Roman: Neptunalia held in honour of Neptune
July 24—
Leo 3
July 25—
Leo 4
Roman:
Furrinalia, feriae publicae in honour of Furrina
July 26—
Leo 5
July 27—
Leo 6
July 28—
Leo 7
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2012), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (July 28-29)
July 29—
Leo 8
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2012), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (July 28-29)
July 30—
Leo 9

Roman: Ludi Victoriae Caesaris (July 20-30), "Games of the Victorious Caesar", held annually from 45 B.C., and the Anniversary of the Temple of the Fortune of This Day (Fortunae Huiusque Diei).
July 31—
Leo 10

AUGUST(8)—LEO(5)-VIRGO(6):

August 1
Leo 11
Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Spes (Hope) in the Forum Holitorium, with commemorations also for the "two Victories" on the Palatine
Switzerland:
Swiss National Day
August 2
Leo 12
August 3
Leo 13
Roman: Supplicia canum ("punishment of the dogs") an unusual dog sacrifice and procession at the temples of Iuventas ("Youth") and Summanus, connected to the Gallic siege
August 4
Leo 14
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2014), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (August 4-5)
August 5
Leo 15
Roman:
Public sacrifice (sacrificium publicum) at the Temple of Salus on the Quirinal
Jewish: Tisha B'Av (2014), Commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples (August 4-5)
August 6
Leo 16
History:
HiroshimaNuclear Attack
August 7
Leo 17

Islamic: Ramadan (2013) (July 10-August 7)
August 8
Leo 18
August 9
Leo 19
Roman:
Public sacrifice to Sol Indiges
History:
Nagasaki Nuclear Attack
August 10
Leo 20
August 11
Leo 21
August 12
Leo 22
Roman:
Sacrifice of a heifer to Hercules Invictus, with a libation from the skyphos of Hercules
August 13
Leo 23
Roman:
Festival of Diana on the Aventine (Nemoralia), with slaves given the day off to attend; other deities honored at their temples include Vortumnus, Fortuna Equestris, Hercules Victor (or Invictus at the Porta Trigemina), Castor and Pollux, the Camenae, and Flora
August 14
Leo 24
August 15
Leo 25
August 16
Leo 26
August 17
Leo 27
Roman:
Portunalia in honour of Portunes and the anniversary of the Temple of Janus
August 18—
Leo 28
August 19—
Virgo 1
Roman:
Vinalia Rustica, originally in honour of Jupiter, but later Venus
August 20—
Virgo 2
August 21—
Virgo 3
Roman: Consualia, with a sacrifice on the Aventine
August 22—
Virgo 4
August 23—
Virgo 5
Roman:
Vulcanalia or Feriae Volcano in honour of Vulcan, along with sacrifices to Maia, the Nymphs in campo ("in the field", perhaps the Campus Martius), Ops Opifera, and a Hora
August 24—
Virgo 6
Roman:
Sacrifices to Luna on the Graecostasis; and the first of three days when the mysterious ritual pit called the mundus was opened
August 25—
Virgo 7
Roman:
Opiconsivia or Feriae Opi in honour of Ops Consivae at the Regia
August 26—
Virgo 8
August 27—
Virgo 9
Roman:
Volturnalia, when the Flamen Volturnalis made a sacrifice to Volturnus
August 28—
Virgo 10
Roman: Games at the Circus Maximus (circenses) for Sol and Luna
August 29—
Virgo 11
August 30—
Virgo 12
August 31—
Virgo 13

SEPTEMBER(9)—VIRGO(6)-LIBRA(7):

September 1—Virgo 14
Roman:
Ceremonies for Jupiter Tonans ("the Thunderer") on the Capitolium, and Juno Regina on the Aventine
September 2—
Virgo 15
September 3—
Virgo 16
September 4—
Virgo 17

Jewish: Rosh Hashanah (2013) (September 4-6) September 5—Virgo 18
Roman:
Ludi Romani or Ludi Magni (September 5-19), "the oldest and most famous" of the ludi
Modern:
Labor Day (2017)
September 6—
Virgo 19

Jewish:
Rosh Hashanah (2013) (September 4-6) September 7—Virgo 20
September 8—
Virgo 21
September 9—
Virgo 22
September 10—
Virgo 23
September 11—
Virgo 24
History:
9/11 Terror Attack
September 12—
Virgo 25
September 13—
Virgo 26
Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple to Jupiter Optimus Maximus; an Epulum Iovis; an epulum to the Capitoline Triad
Jewish:
Rosh Hashanah (2015) (September 13-15)

Jewish: Yom Kippur (2013) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (September 13-17)
September 14—
Virgo 27
Roman:
Equorum probatio ("Approval of the Horses"), a cavalry parade of the Imperial period
September 15—
Virgo 28
September 16—
Libra 1
September 17—
Libra 2
Jewish: Yom Kippur (2013) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (September 13-17)
September 18—
Libra 3
Jewish:
Sukkot (2013) Feast of Tabernacles (September 18-28)
September 19—
Libra 4
Roman: Ludi Romani or Ludi Magni (September 5-19), "the oldest and most famous" of the ludi
September 20—
Libra 5
Roman:
September 20–23 set aside for markets and fairs (mercatus) immediately following the Ludi Romani September 21—Libra 6
September 22—
Libra 7
Jewish: Yom Kippur (2015) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (September 22-23)
Solar:
Southward Equinox (September 22-24), is the equinox on the earth when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward
September 23—
Libra 8

Roman: Anniversary of the rededication of the Temple of Apollo in the Campus Martius; Latona was also honored. September 20–23 set aside for markets and fairs (mercatus) immediately following the Ludi Romani
Jewish: Yom Kippur (2015)
Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (September 22-23)
Solar: Southward Equinox (September 22-24), is the equinox on the earth when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward
September 24—Libra 9
Solar: Southward Equinox (September 22-24), is the equinox on the earth when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward
Jewish:
Rosh Hashanah (2014) (September 24-26)

Jewish: Hoshanah Rabbah (2013), the last of the Days of Judgment
September 25—
Libra 10
Jewish: Yom Kippur is "the tenth day of [the] seventh month" and also regarded as the "Sabbath of Sabbaths". Rosh Hashanah (referred to in the Torah as Yom Teruah) is the first day of that month according to the Hebrew calendar.Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") that commences with Rosh Hashanah.
Jewish:
Yom Kippur (2012) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (September 25-27)

Jewish: Simchat Torah (2013), celebrates and marks the conclusion of the annual cycle 

Jewish: Shemini Atzeret (2013), holy day, prayer for rain (reign)

September 26—
Libra 11

Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Venus Genetrix vowed by Julius Caesar
Jewish: Rosh Hashanah (2014) (September 24-26)
September 27—
Libra 12
September 28—
Libra 13
Jewish:
Sukkot (2013) Feast of Tabernacles (September 18-28)
September 29—
Libra 14
September 30—
Libra 15
Jewish:
Sukkot (2012) Feast of Tabernacles (September 30-October 8)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shemini_Atzeret

Shemini Atzeret

Shemini Atzeret is a Jewish holy day rooted in “duality” which features a “prayer for rain (reign)” or Geshem. The term Geshem (G+S+H+M) means “Greenland System Forever M”, the letter M of which equates to “Empire” and the number 13 which is indicative of the 13 bloodlines of Rome. Therefore, in reality, Shemini Atzeret is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate the duality of Greenland over the underworld and the they pray for a continued reign of terror over mankind. In 2012, Shemini Atzeret, is celebrated on October 7 which is coincidentally the same date that Rome celebrates the day of rites for Jupiter Fulgur and Juno Curitis. In 2014, Shemini Atzeret is celebrated on October 15 which is coincidentally the same date that Rome celebrates October Horse in which a blood sacrifice is given to Mars in the Campus Martius and the Feriae of Jupiter. In 2015, Shemini Atzeret is celebrated on October 4 which is coincidentally the same date of Ieiunium Cereris, a Roman day of fasting in honor of Ceres which was instituted in 191 B.C. as a quinquennial observance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simchat_Torah

Simchat Torah
Simchat Torah is a Jewish holiday which celebrates and marks the conclusion of the annual cycle as well as the beginning of a new cycle. In reality Simchat Torah is likely a counterfeit Roman holiday created to  celebrate the end of the Roman “kill” or “cull” cycle. The term “cycle” (C/K+C/K+L) means “Kill Kill Line” or “Line of 33”, which originated on the Island of Crete, as did most other things Roman. In 2012, Simchat Torah is celebrated on October 7 which is coincidentally the same date that Rome celebrates the rites for the god of Jupiter  which is represented by a lightning bolt and an eagle, the most common symbols of the Roman army.  October 7 is also the same date that Rome celebrates the goddess of Juno which represents the fullness of vital force. In essence, Simchat Torah is a day which celebrates the endless cycle of war.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukkot

Sukkot
Sukkot, known as the “Feast of Tabernacles”, is a mandated Jewish festival which allegedly commemorates when the Hebrews were commanded to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem. In reality, Sukkot is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate the mandate by Rome to all of its chosen people to make the pilgrimage from the underworld to Greenland in order to escape the aforementioned Days of Judgment which were slated to befall the underworld. The term “Sukkot” (S+K+T) likely means “System Military Base”, as KT is the name of a Roman military base. In all likelihood, Sukkot was a mandate by Rome to all of its top military personal located around the world to instantly retreat back to Rome. Once there, they made the voyage to Greenland where they have waged war on humanity ever since. In 2012, Sukkot was celebrated by the Jews on September 30-October 8. Coincidentally, the Roman ceremonies for Fides and the Tigillum Sororium are celebrated on October 1 while the Roman Ludi Augustales, which was established 14 AD after the death of Augustus and based on the Augustalia, is celebrated on October 3-12. The Leiunium Cereris, a day of Roman fasting in honor of Ceres is celebrated on October 4; the Roman mundus (tomb) was opened on October 5; and the Roman holy day entitled dies ater ("black day") to mark the anniversary of the battle of Arausio (105 BC) is celebrated on October 6; In 2012, Sukko also celebrated on October 7 which is coincidentally the same date that Rome celebrates the rites for the god of Jupiter  which is represented by a lightning bolt and an eagle, the most common symbols of the Roman army.  October 7 is also the same date that Rome celebrates the goddess of Juno which represents the fullness of vital force. In essence, Simchat Torah is a day which celebrates the endless cycle of war. In 2013, Sukkot is celebrated on September 18-28. Coincidentally, the Ludi Romani or Ludi Magni, "the oldest and most famous" of the Roman games, were held annually on September 5-19, while the “mercatus" and “Latona set aside for markets and fairs commenced immediately following the Ludi Romani is celebrated on September 20–23.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tisha_B%27Av

Tisha B'Av
Tisha B'Av is a Jewish holy day which allegedly commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem and the subsequent exile of the Jewish people from the Land of Israel. In reality, Tisha B'Av is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate the destruction of the Rome’s temples in Greece and Sicily which were destroyed in order to sell the hoax to the world that the Roman Empire had been militarily defeated while they secretly escaped to Greenland. The exile of the Jews is also direct reference to exile of the Romans from Rome, home to the gods of Isis, Ra and El, otherwise known as “Israel”. Once in Greenland, the aforementioned Greco-Roman gods were exiled to the underworld along with Greece and Rome as the Romans adopted new gods representative of Greenland as depicted in Norse and Viking mythology. In 2012, the Jews celebrate Tisha B'Av on July 28. Coincidentally, the Roman Ludi, Victoriae Caesaris "Games of the Victorious Caesar", are held annually on July 20-30. In 2013, the Jews celebrate Tisha B'Av on July 15-16. Coincidentally, the Roman holy day entitled Transvectio equitum, which features a procession of cavalry as a display of military force, is held on July 15. In 2014, Tisha B'Av is celebrated on August 4-5. Coincidentally, a Roman public sacrifice (sacrificium publicum) was held at the Temple of Salus on the Quirinal on August 5.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tu_Bishvat

Tu Bishvat

Tu Bishvat, a Jewish holy day meaning “New Year of the Trees”, appears to be another counterfeit Roman holy day masked for Jewish consumption. The term “trees” is indicative of “tri” or “three”, for Greenland marks the third and final home of Rome (i.e., the first being the Island of Crete and the second being the Island of Sicily). "Tu" stands for the Hebrew letters Tet and Vav, which together have the numerical value of 9 and 6. As documented, the numnbers 6 and 9 are favorite esoteric numbers of the Romans and where the chosen dates for the twin nuclear attack on Japan in World War II. (i.e., August 6 and 9, 1945). In 2013, Tu Bishvat falls on January 26. Coincidentally, the Sementivae, a Roman feriae conceptivae of sowing (sowing seeds), also known as the Paganalia, is celebrated on January 24-26. Once again, Roman and Jewish holidays are identical in subject matter and even fall on the same dates.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur

Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur is a Jewish holiday celebrated on "the tenth day of [the] seventh month" (Tishrei) and is regarded as the "Sabbath of Sabbaths". Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") that commences with Rosh Hashanah. The seventh month in the Roman calendar is known as Libra, and therefore the tenth day of Libra equates to September 25 which happened to mark the first day of Yom Kippur in 2012. Interestingly, the Jewish holy days known as Simchat Torah and Shemini Atzeret also fell on September 25 in 2013. In reality, Yom Kippur is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate Rome’s “Shock and Awe” military tactics as witnessed ancient as well as modern pandemics, terror attacks, wars and so called “accidents” such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, etc. In 2013, Yom Kippur was celebrated by the Jews on September 13-17. Coincidentally, the Roman cavalry parade known as “Equorum probation”, meaning "Approval of the Horses", is held on September 14. In 2014, Yom Kippur is celebrated on October 3-4. Coincidentally, the Roman Ludi Augustales, which was established in 14 A.D. after the death of Augustus and based on Augustalia, is celebrated on October 3-12, while Ieiunium Cereris, a Roman day of fasting in honor of Ceres is celebrated on October 4. In 2015, Yom Kippur is celebrated on September 22-23. Coincidentally, the Roman anniversary of the rededication of the Temple of Apollo in the Campus Martius is celebrated on September 23, which appears to have been created to coincide with the Southward Equinox (September 22-24). 


https://sites.google.com/site/greenlandtheory/switzerland/the-jewish-race

Roman-Jewish Holy Days

Although
the Romans use a 13-month lunar calender and the Jews use the Hebrew calendar, over 90% of their respective holy days (holdays) occur on the same date in the Gregorian calendar. Therefore, it can only be ascertained that Roman holy days are in fact Jewish holy days, and vice versa. The following list of holy days include the Gregorian months of Ocotober through March and the Roman months of Libra 16 through Zodiac 28 as well as the extra day of March 31.

OCTOBER(10)—LIBRA(7)-SCORPIO(8):

October 1—Libra 16
Roman: Ceremonies for Fides and the Tigillum Sororium
October 2—
Libra 17
October 3—
Libra 18
Roman:
Ludi Augustales (October 3-12), established 14 AD after the death of Augustus, based on the Augustalia
Jewish: Yom Kippur (2014) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (October 3-4)
October 4—
Libra 19
Roman:
Ieiunium Cereris, a day of fasting in honor of Ceres, instituted in 191 BC as a quinquennial observance, made annual by Augustus
Jewish: Yom Kippur (2014) Day of Atonement, holiest day of the year (October 3-4)
Jewish: Shemini Atzeret (2015), holy day, prayer for rain (reign)
October 5—
Libra 20
Roman:
Second of the three days when the mundus was opened
October 6—
Libra 21
Roman:
dies ater ("black day") to mark the anniversary of the battle of Arausio (105 BC)
October 7—
Libra 22
Roman: (Nones): Rites for Jupiter Fulgur (Jupiter of daytime lightning) and Juno Curitis
Jewish: Simchat Torah (2012), celebrates and marks the conclusion of the annual cycle
Jewish: Shemini Atzeret (2012), holy day, prayer for rain (reign)
October 8—
Libra 23

Jewish: Sukkot (2012) Feast of Tabernacles (September 30-October 8)
October  9—
Libra 24
Roman:
Rites at shrines for the Genius Publicus, Fausta Felicitas, and Venus Victrix on the Capitolium
October 10—
Libra 25
Roman:
Ceremonies to mark a rededication of the Temple of Juno Moneta
October 11—
Libra 26
Roman:
Meditrinalia festival
October 12—
Libra 27
Roman: Ludi Augustales (October 3-12), established 14 AD after the death of Augustus, based on the Augustalia. Roman: Sacrifice to Fortuna Redux
Universal:
Columbus Day
October 13—
Libra 28
Roman:
Fontinalia in honour of Fons
October 14—
Scorpio 1
Roman:
Ceremonies to mark a restoration of the Temple of the Penates Dei on the Velian Hill
Jewish: Hoshanah Rabbah (2014), the last of the Days of Judgment
October 15—
Scorpio 2
Roman:
October Horse sacrifice to Mars in the Campus Martius; also Feriae of Jupiter
Jewish: Shemini Atzeret (2014), holy day, prayer for rain (reign)
October 16—
Scorpio 3
October 17—
Scorpio 4
October 18—
Scorpio 5
October 19—
Scorpio 6
Roman:
Armilustrium, a dies religiosus in honour of Mars
October 20—
Scorpio 7
October 21—
Scorpio 8
October 22—
Scorpio 9
October 23—
Scorpio 10
October 24—
Scorpio 11
October 25—
Scorpio 12
October 26—
Scorpio 13
Roman:
Ludi Victoriae Sullanae (October 26-November 1) "Victory Games of Sulla", established as an annual event in 81 BC
October 27—
Scorpio 14
October 28—
Scorpio 15
October 29—
Scorpio 16
October 30—
Scorpio 17
October 31—
Scorpio 18
Modern:
Halloween

NOVEMBER(11)—SCORPIO(8)-SAGITTARIUS(9):

November 1—Scorpio 19
Roman:
Ludi Victoriae Sullanae (October 26-November 1) "Victory Games of Sulla", established as an annual event in 81 B.C. Ludi circenses to close the Sullan Victory Games
November 2—
Scorpio 20
November 3—
Scorpio 21
November 4—
Scorpio 22
Roman:
Plebeian Games (November 4–17)
November 5—
Scorpio 23
English: Guy Fawkes Night
November 6—
Scorpio 24
November 7—
Scorpio 25
November 8—
Scorpio 26
Roman:
Third of the three days when the mundus ritual pit was opened
November 9—
Scorpio 27
November 10—
Scorpio 28
November 11—
Sagittarius 1
Modern:
Armistice Day
American:
Veterans Day
November 12—
Sagittarius 2
November 13—
Sagittarius 3
Roman:
Epulum Jovis; also ceremonies for Feronia and Fortuna Primigeniae
November 14—
Sagittarius 4
Roman:
A second Equorum probatio (cavalry parade), as on July 15
November 15—
Sagittarius 5
November 16—
Sagittarius 6
November 17—
Sagittarius 7
Roman: Plebeian Games (November 4–17)
November 18—
Sagittarius 8
Roman:
mercatus (November 18-20) markets and fairs
November 19—
Sagittarius 9
November 20—
Sagittarius 10
Roman:
mercatus (November 18-20) markets and fairs
November 21—
Sagittarius 11
November 22—
Sagittarius 12
November 23—
Sagittarius 13
November 24—
Sagittarius 14
November 25—
Sagittarius 15
November 26—
Sagittarius 16
November 27—
Sagittarius 17
American:
Thanksgiving (2014)
Jewish:
Hanukkah (2013) (November 27-December 5) November 28—Sagittarius 18
November 29—
Sagittarius 19
November 30—
Sagittarius 20

DECEMBER(12)—SAGITTARIUS(9)/CAPRICORN(10):

December 1—Sagittarius 21
Roman:
Ceremonies at temples for Neptune and for Pietas
December 2—
Sagittarius 22
December 3—
Sagittarius 23
Roman:
Bona Dea rites for women only
December 4—
Sagittarius 24
December 5—
Sagittarius 25
Roman:
A country festival for Faunus held by the pagi
Jewish: Hanukkah (2013) (November 27-December 5) December 6—Sagittarius 26
December 7—
Sagittarius 27
December 8—
Sagittarius 28
Roman:
Festival for Tiberinus Pater and Gaia
December 9—
Capricorn 1
December 10—
Capricorn 2
December 11—
Capricorn 3
Roman:
Agonalia for Indiges and the (probably unrelated) Septimontium
December 12—
Capricorn 4
Roman:
Ceremonies at the Temple of Consus on the Aventine
December 13—
Capricorn 5
Roman:
dies natalis of the Temple of Tellus, and associated lectisternium for Ceres
December 14—
Capricorn 6
December 15—
Capricorn 7
Roman:
Consualia or Feriae for Consus, the second of the year
December 16—
Capricorn 8
Jewish:
Hanukkah (2014) (December 16-24)
December 17—
Capricorn 9
Roman:
Saturnalia (December 17-23) in honor of Saturn, with the public ritual on the 17th
December 18—
Capricorn 10
December 19—
Capricorn 11
Roman:
Opalia in honor of Ops
December 20—
Capricorn 12
December 21—
Capricorn 13
Roman:
Divalia in honor of Angerona; Hercules and Ceres also received a sacrifice
Solar:
Winter Solstice (2013, 2014, 2016), Sun at its lowest altitude above the horizon
History:
Doomsday 2012
December 22—
Capricorn 14
Roman:
Anniversary of the Temple of the Lares Permarini in the Porticus Minucia 
Solar:
Winter Solstice (2015), Sun at its lowest altitude above the horizon
December 23—
Capricorn 15
Roman: Saturnalia (December 17-23) in honor of Saturn, with the public ritual on the 17th.
Larentalia; commemorations for the temples of Diana and Juno Regina in the Circus Flaminius, and for the Tempestates; Sigillaria, the last day of the Saturnalia, devoted to gift-giving.
December 24—
Capricorn 16
Universal:
Christmas (Europe)
December 25—
Capricorn 17

Roman: Dies Natalis Solis Invicti ("Birthday of the Unconquered Sun"); Brumalia (both Imperial)
Universal:
Christmas (U.S.)
December 26—
Capricorn 18
Modern:
Boxing Day
December 27—
Capricorn 19
December 28—
Capricorn 20
December 29—
Capricorn 21
December 30—
Capricorn 22
December 31—
Capricorn 23

JANURARY(1)—CAPRICORN(10)/AQUARIUS(11):

January 1—Capricorn 24
Roman:
From 153 BC onward, consuls entered office on this date, accompanied by vota publica (public vows for the wellbeing of the republic and later of the emperor) and the taking of auspices. Festivals were also held for the imported cult of Aesculapius and for the obscure god Vediovis.
Gregorian Calendar:
New Year's Day
January 2—
Capricorn 25
January 3—
Capricorn 26
Roman:
Compitalia (January 3-5), a moveable feast (feriae conceptivae)
January 4—
Capricorn 27
January 5—
Capricorn 28
Roman:
(Nones): Dies natalis (founding day) of the shrine of Vica Pota on the Velian Hill and Compitalia (January 3-5), a moveable feast (feriae conceptivae).
January 6—
Aquarius 1
January 7—
Aquarius 2
January 8—
Aquarius 3
January 9—
Aquarius 4
Roman:
Agonalia in honor of Janus, after whom the month January is named; first of at least four festivals named Agonalia throughout the year
January 10—
Aquarius 5
January 11—
Aquarius 6
Roman:
Carmentalia, with Juturna celebrated also on the 11th
January 12—
Aquarius 7
January 13—
Aquarius 8
January 14—
Aquarius 9
January 15—
Aquarius 10
Roman: Carmentalia, with Juturna celebrated also on the 11th
January 16—
Aquarius 11
Jewish: Tu Bishvat (2014) New Year of the Trees. "Tu" stands for the Hebrew letters Tet and Vav, which together have the numerical value of 9 and 6
January 17—
Aquarius 12
January 18—
Aquarius 13
January 19—
Aquarius 14
January 20—
Aquarius 15
January 21—
Aquarius 16
January 22—
Aquarius 17
January 23—
Aquarius 18
January 24—
Aquarius 19

Roman:
Most common dates for the Sementivae (January 24-26) a feriae conceptivae of sowing, perhaps also known as the Paganalia as celebrated by the pagi
January 25—
Aquarius 20
January 26—
Aquarius 21
Roman: Most common dates for the Sementivae (January 24-26) a feriae conceptivae of sowing, perhaps also known as the Paganalia as celebrated by the pagi
Jewish: Tu Bishvat (2013) New Year of the Trees. "Tu" stands for the Hebrew letters Tet and Vav, which together have the numerical value of 9 and 6
January 27—
Aquarius 22
Roman:
Dies natalis of the Temple of Castor and Pollux, or perhaps marking its rededication (see also July 15); Ludi Castores ("Games of the Castors") celebrated at Ostia during the Imperial period
January 28—
Aquarius 23
January 29—
Aquarius 24
January 30—
Aquarius 25
January 31—
Aquarius 26
Modern:
Imbolc (January 31-February 1)

FEBRUARY(2)—AQUARIUS(11)/PISCES(12):

February 1Aquarius 27
Roman:
Dies natalis for the Temple of Juno Sospita, Mother and Queen; sacra at the Grove of Alernus, near the Tiber at the foot of the Palatine Hill
Modern: Imbolc (January 31-February 1)
February 2—
Aquarius 28
February 3—
Pisces 1
February 4—
Pisces 2
Jewish: Tu Bishvat (2015) New Year of the Trees. "Tu" stands for the Hebrew letters Tet and Vav, which together have the numerical value of 9 and 6
February 5—
Pisces 3
Roman:
Dies natalis for the Temple of Concordia on the Capitoline Hill
February 6—
Pisces 4
History:
Foiled U.S. Nuclear Terror Attack
February 7—
Pisces 5
February 8—
Pisces 6

Jewish: Tu Bishvat (2012) New Year of the Trees. "Tu" stands for the Hebrew letters Tet and Vav, which together have the numerical value of 9 and 6
February 9—
Pisces 7
February 10—
Pisces 8
February 11—
Pisces 9
February 12—
Pisces 10
February 13—
Pisces 11
Roman:
Minor festival of Faunus on the Tiber Island and Parentalia (February 13-22), a commemoration of ancestors and the dead among families. Parentatio, with appeasement of the Manes beginning at the 6th hour and ceremonies performed by the chief Vestal; temples were closed, no fires burned on altars, marriages were forbidden, magistrates took off their insignia, until the 21st. Lupercalia festival (February 13-15)
February 14—
Pisces 12
Modern:
Valentine's Day
February 15—
Pisces 13
Roman: Lupercalia festival (February 13-15)
February 16—
Pisces 14
February 17—
Pisces 15
Roman:
Last day of the feriae conceptivae Fornacalia, the Oven Festival; Quirinalia, in honour of Quirinus
February 18—
Pisces 16
February 19—
Pisces 17
February 20—
Pisces 18
February 21—
Pisces 19
Roman:
Feralia, the only public observation of the Parentalia, marked F (dies festus) in some calendars and FP (a designation of uncertain meaning) in others, with dark rites aimed at the gods below (di inferi)
February 22—
Pisces 20
Roman:
Parentalia (February 13-22), a commemoration of ancestors and the dead among families. Caristia (or Cara Cognatio, "Dear Kindred"), a family pot luck in a spirit of love and forgiveness
February 23—
Pisces 21
Roman:
Terminalia, in honor of Terminus
Jewish: Purim (2013), Celebration of the Jewish people's victory over their enemies (February 23-24)
February 24—
Pisces 22
Roman:
Regifugium observance
Jewish: Purim (2013), Celebration of the Jewish people's victory over their enemies (February 23-24)
February 25—
Pisces 23
February 26—
Pisces 24
February 27—
Pisces 25
Roman:
Equirria, first of two horse-racing festivals to Mars
February 28—
Pisces 26

MARCH (3)—PISCES(12)/ZODIAC(13):

March 1
Pisces 27
March 2—
Pisces 28
March 3—
Zodiac 1
March 4—
Zodiac 2
Modern:
Mardi Gras (2014)
March 5—
Zodiac 3
March 6—
Zodiac 4
March 7—
Zodiac 5
March 8—
Zodiac 6
March 9—
Zodiac 7
Roman:
dies religiosus when the Salii carried the sacred shields (ancilia) around the city again
March 10—
Zodiac 8
March 11—
Zodiac 9
March 12—
Zodiac 10
March 13—
Zodiac 11
March 14—
Zodiac 12
Roman:
Second Equirria, a Feriae Marti also called the Mamuralia or sacrum Mamurio
March 15—
Zodiac 13

Roman:
Feriae Iovi, sacred to Jove, and also the feast of the year goddess Anna Perenna
Jewish:
Purim (2014)
, Celebration of the Jewish people's victory over their enemies (March 15-16)
March 16—Zodiac 14
Roman: The procession of the Argei (March 16–17)
Jewish:
Purim (2014)
, Celebration of the Jewish people's victory over their enemies (March 15-16) 
March 17—
Zodiac 15
Roman:
Liberalia, in honour of Liber; also an Agonalia for Mars
Irish:
St. Patrick's Day
March 18—
Zodiac 16
March 19—
Zodiac 17

Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Minerva on the Aventine (March 19-23). Quinquatrus later expanded into a five-day holiday as Quinquatria, a Feriae Marti, but also a feast day for Minerva, possibly because her temple on the Aventine Hill was dedicated on this day
Solar:
Northward Equinox (March 19-22), is the equinox on the earth when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading northward
March 20—
Zodiac 18
March 21—
Zodiac 19
March 22—
Zodiac 20
March 23—
Zodiac 21
Roman:
Tubilustrium, purification of the trumpets
March 24—
Zodiac 22
Roman:
QRFC, when the Comitia Calata met to sanction wills
March 26—
Zodiac 24
March 27—
Zodiac 25
March 28—
Zodiac 26
March 29—
Zodiac 27
March 30—
Zodiac 28
Roman:
Salus festival celebrated. She was a Roman goddess who was the personification of security and well-being of both the individual and the state
March 31—Extra Day
Roman: Anniversary of the Temple of Luna on the Aventine. In ancient Roman religion and myth, Luna is the divine embodiment of the Moon