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Nar Ikhýlys Zra Eonaz na Sufetysyn - Illegal Holidays of the NWO

Keywords: calendar, holidays, social, religion

In addition to the official holidays celebrated with the official blessing of the Order and/or its states, there are also innumerable other 'unofficial' holidays of varying degrees of legality. In the New World Order, what isn't forbidden is not necessarily allowed, and these 'illegal holidays' are not always necessarily illegal, but they tend to be celebrated discreetly. In this article, we will build up a list of relatively popular holidays that do not enjoy official approval.

These holidays tend to be celebrated in folk languages, but are also celebrated by Common speakers, including first-language speakers, and typically have vocabulary to discuss them in Common. We will present these holidays from that perspective.

Christian Holidays

The holidays in this section are mainly celebrated by religious Christians.

Na Hitalys Noél/Na Kyrísmas

English/Antecedents: Christmas
Official NWO Equivalent: Na Noél
Dates: 25 December or 7 January
Common Greetings: Zra Noél/Zra Kyrísmas

Old Christmas is celebrated on its former date before it was moved by the New World Order, 25 December for Catholics and Protestants and 7 January or nearby dates for Orthodox Christians. It honours the day when Jesus was born. The celebration varies considerably based on the ethnic/national background of the celebrants, with people generally trying to preserve family traditions. The celebration is very disparate since it isn't reinforced by mass culture anymore.

The Common names are 'na Hitalys Noél' (Old Christmas, using the Common name for the holiday which in turn comes from French) and 'na Kyrísmas' (from English).

For people from Western Christian traditions, Old Christmas celebrations can be effectively disguised in the Order's general celebration of the holiday of na Noél - there is still an existing memory of the fact that the big holiday used to be on the 25th, and many people regardless of background like to do something to mark the day one week before New Year's. There is a significant incursion of the imagery from the modern celebration of na Noél that creeps into the private celebration of Old Christmas, encouraged by the fact that it helps hide the religious/cultural celebration.

Orthodox celebrants, on the other hand, do not have the holiday of Noél for cover and tend to be more careful and discreet, and also to have less incursion from Noél into their celebration.

Na Zra Wanis Eonaz epis na Paska

English/Antecedents: Good Friday and Easter
Official NWO Equivalent: Na Uzre Eonaz
Dates: Range from 22 March to 25 April
Common Greetings: Zra Paska

The New World Order tried to keep the popular commercial aspects of the Easter holiday and disconnect it from its deep religious significance by stripping it of religious elements and regularising the date to the Spring Equinox, creating the holiday of na Uzre Eonaz, 'Green Day'. Effectively the Order brought the holiday back to some semblance of its pagan roots as a celebration of Spring and fertility.

The Common names for the holidays are 'na Zra Wanis Eonaz' (literally 'good sixth day', i.e. 'Good Friday') and na Paska from the Latin 'Pascha' and Greek 'Paskha'.

The original holiday had an extremely complicated calculation to determine its date. It consisted of two main days, Good Friday, a sombre holiday marking the death of Jesus (as the name suggests, it was always celebrated on a Friday), and the joyous Easter holiday marking Jesus's return from death (always celebrated on the immediately following Sunday).

There is a range of modern celebrations of the religious holiday of Easter. Some less observant or fundamentalist Christians will celebrate Easter on or around Uzre Eonaz, for convenience, for lack of access or knowledge of the real date of Easter, or to more effectively disguise the celebrations. Others will celebrate on the proper days. However, Christians who observe the original dates tend to only celebrate the religious aspects of the holiday on those dates, and celebrate the more secular aspects of the holiday involving spring decorations, rabbits and candy during the NWO holiday, ironically achieving what generations of Christians leaders could not, separating out the pagan elements from Easter.


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