Tuesday, 4 May 2004

Saints Feast Days: ( partial list)

JANUARY- 6-7 & 8 - Feast Days of Jasper, Balthazar & Melchior.( For obtaining gifts & prosperity.) 17 - Ogun.( For work, opportunities, protection from accidents and firearms.)
FEBRUARY - 2 - Oya. Mistress of the Cemetery.( For change, readying for battle, protection from winds.)
MARCH - 19 - Osanyin (Deciduous vegetation, for healing and nourishmnt from Nature) 25 - Oshun - Our Lady of Charity. For love, abundance, charity, passion, creativity.( See also September)
APRIL - 22 - Earth Day - All Loa and Orisha (For renewing one¹s vows to make one¹s life sacred and in harmony with the whole Creation)
MAY - 15 - Ochosi - The Divine Hunter -(For justice, court cases, re-establishing balance and universal harmony)
JUNE - 21-23 - Summer Solstice - Legba - St John's Eve - John the Conqueror ( To celebrate the summer, the warmth, fire and nourishment from the Sun. For opportunities, good luck and to re-align oneself with cosmic forces)
AUGUST - 2 - Black Madonna - Virgin of the Angels. For solace, protection, fertility, to give up one's sorrows and for protection of mothers and children.)
SEPTEMBER - 7 - Yemaya ( For apaesement of sorrows, abundance, love and fertility, protection of the home) 8 - Oshun -Our Lady of Charity ( For love, abundance, charity, passion, creativity, the Arts.( See also March) 24 - Obatala - Our Lady of Mercy. (For universal peace and harmony)
OCTOBER - 4 - Orunmila (For divination, psychic powers, prophetic knowledge) 24- Erinle (For healing all ) 31- Halloween ( to make hallowed before the rites of the Ancestors - to dispel evil forces through disguise and subterfuge)
NOVEMBER - 1 - Day of the Dead - Baron Samedi - Maman Brigitte -Ghede ( Rites to the Ancestors according to your own familial or ethnic tradition) 3 - St Martin de Porres ( For healing and for those who have made healing professions their chosen path)
DECEMBER - 4 - Xango (For vitality, health, courage, victory in battles, to repel enemies and negative works and evil spells) 12 - Our Lady of Guadelupe (For miracles, for abundance, solace in times of trials and troubles, healing and for strengthening one's faith) 17 - Babalu-Aye ( For healing, particularly skin ailmnts, for abundance) 21-25- Winter Solstice - Christmas - Ellegua - El Nino de Atocha - Infant Jesus of Prague. (To celebrate the coming return of the sun, to prepare for the winter months and their unseen transformation which will lead to new birth in springtime, to re-align oneself with the cosmic forces. Birth of Jesus celebration 31 - Yemaya - La Madre de Agua. ( For protection of mothers and children, for fertility and abundance , To usher a new year of compassion and well-being and wealth in all things.)
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