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The second is called the south, because the Most High there descends, and frequently there descends he who is blessed for ever. The western wind has the name of diminution, because there all the luminaries of heaven are diminished, and descend. Two come from the north to the sea, their waters flowing into the Erythræan sea, on the east. And with respect to the remaining four, they take their course in the cavity of the north, two to their sea, the Erythræan sea, and two are poured into a great sea, where also it is said there is a desert. Seven great islands I saw in the sea and on the earth. Read online or download the Book of Enoch PDF, EPUB or . All who are in the heavens know what is transacted there.
They behold the earth, and understand what is there transacted, from the beginning to the end of it. They see that every work of God is invariable in the period of its appearance. This etext has been prepared specially for sacred-texts, and is a great improvement over other versions on the Internet, with the introduction, correct verse numbering, page numbers from the 1917 edition, and intact critical apparatus. The Book of the Courses of the Heavenly Luminaries Chapter LXXII.
The examples and perspective in this article may not include all significant viewpoints. Electrically-lit luminarias are also used, consisting of a string of standard incandescent “Christmas lights” with the bulbs covered with a tan plastic sleeve, made to about the size and shape of a small paper bag. Praiano, Italy, Luminaria di San Domenico, August 1. Luminarias are used in seasons other than Christmas. Traditional Christmas Eve luminarias are said to originate from Spaniard merchants.
In recent times they are seen more as a secular decoration, akin to Christmas lights. Santa Fe and Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico, are well known for their impressive Christmas Eve farolito displays. Farolito displays are common throughout New Mexico, and most communities in New Mexico have farolitos in prominent areas such as major streets or parks. In West Valley City, Utah, luminarias are used to light the path during the Walk with Santa held the first Monday of December every year. The display features over 300 luminarias.
The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life fundraising events which are held all over the U. Luminarias are placed around the track and some relay events spell out “HOPE” in stadium stands with luminarias. After the 2008 city hall shooting in Kirkwood, Missouri, residents lined the streets with luminarias to honor the victims of the shooting. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Overnight uses luminarias at the end of the overnight walk to memorialize those lost to suicide for survivors. San Juan College in Farmington, New Mexico, organizes a large annual farolito display, most recently consisting of around 30,000 farolitos displayed on campus.
Luminarias have also become popular in California in some cities. The Boy Scout Troops and Albuquerque Youth Symphony sell them around Christmas time as another form of fundraising. December for their annual “Night of Luminaria. Each year for the past 22 years community members have placed luminaria along the path beside Lake Washington north of Seward Park.
They place as many as 1800 along a three-mile stretch of the path. The placement of the luminaria are timed to coincide with the annual Christmas Ships festival organized by Argosy Cruises. On Evensham Street in the Glenshire Devonshire area of Truckee, CA local residents line the streets with Luminaries. The Mantey Heights neighborhood of Grand Junction, Colorado has celebrated the luminaria tradition for several decades. Over 3,500 luminaries are placed along the roads and walkways every Christmas Eve. Many are positioned atop the parapets of the old adobe homes.
In some Southwestern states, such as Arizona and Texas as well as New Mexico, luminarias are also occasionally used as Halloween decorations, sometimes featuring jack o’ lantern faces drawn on the paper bags. Artificial luminarias are increasingly available with holiday themed decorative patterns and in colors other than brown. The name of the decoration is the subject of a long-running item of contention among some New Mexicans. You say luminaria, I say farolito”. Katrina Wright: Luminarias symbolize lighting way for Christ child Abilene Reporter-News”. Make Lumanaries that will light the way”. AFSP : Out of the Darkness Walks”.
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