Tag: Christianity

Dia de Los Reyes Magos (Three Kings’ Day) – January 6

January 6th is a very important holiday in Spain as the entire country celebrates the Epiphany, or Dia de Los Reyes Magos. On the eve of Epiphany (January 5th), every city, town, and village prepares for the arrival of the Three Kings of the Orient by organizing various processions and fiestas, including the famous La Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos, an exciting parade and a cultural experience in its own right.

Has Populism Risen to Power in Romania?

The Alliance for the Unification of the Romanians (AUR): An Inside View: As the after effects of the Romanian Parliamentary Elections, which took place on December 6, 2020, begin to subside, the newest revelation of the Romanian political scene is just preparing to take centre stage.

How Blood-Stained Stalin allowed the celebration of the New Year

HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF as throughout much of the European Union (EU) Christmas and New Year, under the guise of Covid-19 lockdowns Christmas and New Year 2020 are banned. People may not gather to celebrate Christmas mass, attend Church services in numbers, celebrate the New Year. Sections of stores given over to selling children’s toys, tinsel and garlands, tableware for Christmas festivities. Even Christmas-related food stuffs are declared illegal. Nothing makes sense unless one understands the nature of Bolshevism, which is now called Globalism and ‘diversity’.

EUROPE RENAISSANCE WISHES YOU A HAPPY 2021

‘The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.’ (L. P Hartley: The Go-Between)
One supposes it is best to avoid a post mortem (after death) on the year 2020 AD (A Disaster). In terms of evil intent and deed by truly sinister forces and their globalist acolytes, the year 2020 can only be compared to the apocalyptic years 1914, 1917 and 1939. The effects could well reach further and deeper into the abyss.

Probošt’s mechanical Christmas crib

Probošt’s mechanical Christmas crib, also known as Bethlehem of Třebechovice or Probošt’s Nativity Scene of Třebechovice, is a wooden mechanical nativity scene that was made by Josef Probošt (1849–1926), Josef Kapucián (1841–1908) and Josef Friml (1861–1946).