13 janeiro 2017

Janeiro e Fevereiro - Datas importantes simpatias, oferendas, confira!

Basta clicar nos links, que você entrará ótimas simpatias e artigos sobre Datas Especiais Janeiro e Fevereiro! 

Simpatias para Janeiro e Fevereiro
2 de Fevereiro é Iemanjá, 20 de Janeiro Oxóssi, 11 de Fevereiro Nossa Senhora de Lourdes e ainda tem carnaval! Se quiser arrumar namorado, esquecer coisas ruins, fazer simpatia para fartura, saber mais sobre Oferendas para Iemanjá. Está tudo aí nestes artigos selecionados para você!
Janeiro - 20 de Janeiro é dia de Oxóssi não perca! 
Confira 3 publicações:

Fevereiro - Veja simpatias de Iemanjá e de carnaval!
Ainda temos uma Oração para Nossa Senhora de Lourdes.

3 Simpatias para arrumar um amor no carnaval - 

Banho de Iemanjá para ter sorte no amor 
O dia de Iemanjá é 2 de Fevereiro, logo ali estaremos chegando nesta data mágica de grande magnitude.

Simpatia de Iemanjá para arrumar um namorado
Faça uma oferenda para Iemanjá e peça para encontrar um namorado!

Oferendas para Iemanjá
Tem dúvidas sobre o que pode oferecer para Iemanjá? Leia e confira detalhes sobre velas, roupa, flores e onde entregar as oferendas para a Rainha do Mar! 

2 de fevereiro - Festa de Iemanjá e Nossa Senhora dos Navegantes Veja duas orações.

Simpatia de Iemanjá para esquecer as coisas ruins
 Ótima simpatia para quem deseja esquecer de coisas ruins, Iemanjá ajudará a levar essas coisas ruins para bem longe! 

Nossa Senhora de Lourdes seu dia é 11 de Fevereiro
Faça uma oração e acenda uma vela
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When Mars met Neptune

On January 1, a Mars-assisted viewing opportunity allowed binocular-equipped skygazers to cross an ice giant off their life list. Remarkably, the line-of-sight to the bright Red Planet could guide you to within 0.02 degrees of a faint, pale Neptune in Earth's night skies. Taken within 3 hours of their closest conjunction, these panels capture the odd couple's appearance in skies over Brisbane, Australia. A wide field view includes the new year's slender crescent moon near the western horizon and Venus as the brilliant evening star. Mars and Neptune are indicated at the upper right. The two inset magnified views were taken with the same telephoto lens and so do show the Mars-Neptune conjunction and the apparent size of the crescent moon at the same scale. This week Neptune hangs out near Venus on the western sky.

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Queen Mary I was the first queen in England to rule in her own...

Queen Mary I was the first queen in England to rule in her own right – not as wife of someone else, or regent for a too-young king.

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Visit –> all-about-psychology.com for free psychology information and resources.

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Crescent Jupiter with the Great Red Spot

This image of a crescent Jupiter and the iconic Great Red Spot was created by a citizen scientist (Roman Tkachenko) using data from Juno's JunoCam instrument.

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Before the Dr. Henry Heimlich, who was only born in 1920, how did people dislodge something stuck...

Before the Dr. Henry Heimlich, who was only born in 1920, how did people dislodge something stuck in the throat? Often, they would grab the choking person’s wrists and jerk their arms upwards. They would scream and cough and the object would be dislodged – either up or down – immediately. It worked especially well with children.

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January 13th 532: Nika riots beginOn this day in 532 AD, one of...

January 13th 532: Nika riots begin

On this day in 532 AD, one of the deadliest riots in history, the Nika riots, began in Constantinople, the capital of Byzantium (the Eastern Roman Empire). The chaos emerged from long-standing sporting rivalries between opposing chariot racing teams - the Blues and the Greens - each of whom attracted fanatical support that often spilled over into violence. The divisions may have gone further than sport, as it has often been suggested that the Blues and the Greens essentially represented opposing political parties in the Byzantine Empire. The riots occurred during the reign of the unpopular Emperor Justinian, whose military endeavors were having a heavy burden on increasingly disgruntled taxpayers. Justinian’s wife, the Empress Theodora, was a controversial figure because of her humble working class origins and her political influence over her husband. The tensions came to a head when Justinian sent in troops to quell fighting between Greens and Blues, and condemned the ringleaders to death, thus ending his support for the Blues. When both a Green and a Blue escaped their execution, the factions were united in the cause to have the men pardoned. On January 13th, during a race at Constantinople’s Hippodrome stadium, both factions vented their anger at the emperor with chants of “Nika!” (‘Conquer/Win’). Five days of rioting ensued, which saw the mob burn down large portions of the imperial capital and call for the emperor to be deposed. Justinian wanted to flee the city, but Theodora rebuked him for his cowardice, and he therefore stayed and approved a plan to isolate the rioting factions in the Hippodrome. The imperial forces descended on the stadium, killing 30,000 of the rioters, which was around 10% of the city’s population at the time. With the violence of the Nika riots in the past, change came to Byzantium in the form of a decline in both the power of the factions and the prominence of chariot racing.

“Those who have worn the crown should never survive its loss. Never will I see the day when I am not saluted as empress”
- Theodora dissuading Justinian from fleeing the city

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Visit –> http://bit.ly/SuperstitionPigeon to read Skinner’s classic article ‘Superstition in The Pigeon’ in full for free.

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