New Year

Updated: Jan 2


Old & New.... Year!!!


noun
a final part of something, especially a period of time, an activity, or a story.

noun

conclusion;

plural noun: conclusions


The end or finish of an event or process.

LOGIC

a proposition that is reached from given premises.


late Middle English: from Latin conclusio(n- ), from the verb concludere (conclude).


A space or path by which something or someone can go through. A brief part of a speech or written work. The act or process of going from one place or condition to another.................................................





Why do we celebrate A New Year?


It's the end of the year:

Time to start fresh, make resolutions and get ready for what the next year season’s usher in / brings or begins & ends ???

The Sphere’s computing unknown’s!!

Of the seeds we’ve covertly sown.......


But:

as the world counts down to midnight, let's take a moment to question why people around the planet are celebrating the new year at that very moment.

It turns out that the new year wasn't always on Jan. 1, and still isn't in some cultures.

The ancient Mesopotamians celebrated their 12-day-long New Year's festival of Akitu on the vernal equinox, while the Greeks partied around the winter solstice, on Dec. 20. The Roman historian Censorius, meanwhile, reported that the Egyptians celebrated another lap around the sun on July 20, according to a 1940 article in the journal the Proceedings of the, American Philosophical Society.




During the Roman era, March marked the beginning of the calendar. Then, in 46 B.C., Julius Caesar created the Julian calendar, which set the new year when it is celebrated today, Live Science previously reported.




But even Julius Caesar couldn't standardize the day. New Year's celebrations continued to drift back and forth in the calendar, even landing on Christmas Day at some points, until Pope Gregory XIII implemented the Gregorian calendar in 1582. The Gregorian calendar was an attempt to make the calendar stop wandering with respect to the seasons. Because the Julian calendar had a few extra leap years than was necessary, by the 1500s, the first day of spring came 10 days earlier.

Though the selection of the new year is essentially arbitrary from a planetary perspective, there is one noteworthy astronomical event that occurs around this time: The Earth is closest to the sun in early January, a point known as the perihelion.

Nowadays, Jan. 1 is almost universally recognized as the beginning of the new year, though there are a few holdouts: Afghanistan, Ethiopian, Iran, Nepal and Saudi Arabia rely on their own calendrical conventions.





Different religions also celebrate their New Year's at different times. For instance, the Jewish calendar is lunar, and its New Year's festival, Rosh Hashanah, is typically celebrated between September and October. The Islamic calendar is also lunar, and the timing of the new year can drift significantly. For instance, in 2008, the Islamic New Year was celebrated on Dec. 29, while it will come on Sept. 22 in 2017. The Chinese calendar, meanwhile, is also lunar, but the Chinese New Year falls between Jan. 21 and Feb. 20.




To Every Ending, There’s A Beginning

Following Exodus from the ending of something as a period in time, an activity or a story and events.... Thereafter Is the Genius of durations, moments, words, pictures and commencements.....






Traditional devices containing gunpowder and other combustible chemicals that causes a spectacular explosion when ignited, used typically for display or in celebrations. Know as Fireworks 💥 colorful bursting of various forms....





Yellow signifies joy, happiness, betrayal, optimism, idealism, imagination, hope, sunshine, summer, gold, philosophy, dishonesty, cowardice, jealousy, covetousness, deceit, illness, hazard and friendship.





Red is the color used universally to signify danger, courage, strength, and power. Red is stimulating, vibrant and exciting.

Throughout history, red has been the color of passion, romance, and sexual energy. Red lips and blushed cheeks stimulate arousal. A red dress attracts attention and captures the imagination...




Dark Blue: Symbolizes integrity, knowledge, power, and seriousness.

Red has a range of symbolic meanings, including life, health, vigor, war, courage, anger, love and religious fervor. The common thread is that all these require passion, and the "life force" that drives passion blood is red. When people become angry their faces become flushed with color.



Light blue is associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding, and softness. Dark blue represents knowledge, power, integrity, and seriousness...



Blue represents both the sky and the sea, and is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, expansiveness, inspiration, and sensitivity. Blue also represents meanings of depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith, heaven, and intelligence


For the year 2020~2021, the other friendly colours you can bank on include blue and green. It is good for you to avoid red and yellow colors. Being ruled by the planet Mercury, the best color that can bring you good luck and positive results is green....




Navy blue evokes feelings of power and authority rather than the ideas of relaxation and peace that go along with more standard shades of blue. Darker shades of blue tend to lean more towards ideas of authority and importance.



Green

is often associated with nature, health, healing, the environment, reliability, generosity, and practicality. It encourages generosity, kindness, and sympathy....

Power colors are rich, dark tones of black, blue, green, red, and brown*. Black and navy are the best power colors for business because they have an air of authority. Light colors can be powerful when they are used in monochromatic outfits - all garments in the same color or varying shades of the same hue ....



Green

Green is one of the easiest colors on the eye and is often further associated with safety, optimism, growth, harmony, wealth, lucky and stress relief.


Purple and green are also key colors for attracting prosperity but there's a hitch. "If you really can't stand the color green, it won't work for you. But if you do love purple, paint a wall lavender or add a violet throw to your couch...




Brown is a natural color that evokes a sense of strength and reliability. It's often seen as solid, much like the earth, and it's a color often associated with resilience, dependability, security, and safety. Brown can also create feelings of loneliness, sadness, and isolation.


Brown

is also the color of our soil, growth, fertility, and earth, and it is associated the concepts of “all natural” and “organic.” Brown is the color of the Earth and is comforting and nurturing. The color brown affects the mind and body by creating feelings of wholesomeness, stability, and peace.

The Color Brown is a serious, down-to-earth color signifying stability, structure and support...

Exuding vigor, stability, and intelligence, the color brown is a powerhouse. Highly sought-after for its wisdom, brown offers life-changing insight. Brown provides ...


Yellow

On one hand yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy, but on the other, it represents cowardice and deceit. A dull or dingy yellow may represent caution, sickness, and jealousy.



Yellow is for happiness, hope and spontaneity


Yellow is the color of the sun, smiley faces and sunflowers. It's a happy, youthful color, full of hope and positivity. It's another color that grabs your attention and for that reason can also be used to signify caution, like red and orange..


The color purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, luxury, power, and ambition. Purple also represents meanings of wealth, extravagance, creativity, wisdom, dignity, grandeur, devotion, peace, pride, mystery, independence, and magic.







The Color Black

Black is associated with the water element and evokes power, mystery, and calm. When it's used sparingly, black has a grounding effect on your environment.

Black isn't a primary, secondary, or tertiary color. In fact, black isn't on the color wheel because it isn't considered a color. It's all colors. Or rather, the absorption of all colors. Black absorbs all light in the color spectrum.



For some, black evokes positive associations with this color, including attractiveness and elegance. The color oozes sophistication. That’s why so many people choose to don black clothing when attending a fancy event. It’s also why high-end brands like Tiffany & Co. and Chanel utilize black in their logos.


When it comes to high society, the color black has long been associated with power. From priests to judges, tuxedos to credit cards. And let’s not forget about Steve Jobs.



The date of New Year’s Day seems so fundamental that it’s almost as though nature ordained it. But New Year’s Day is a civil event. Its date isn’t precisely fixed by any natural seasonal marker.


Our modern celebration of New Year’s Day stems from an ancient Roman custom, the feast of the Roman god Janus – god of doorways and beginnings. The name for the month of January also comes from Janus, who was depicted as having two faces. One face of Janus looked back into the past, and the other peered forward to the future.



For us in the Northern Hemisphere, early January is a logical time for new beginnings. At the December solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, we had the shortest day of the year. By early January, our days are obviously lengthening again. This return of longer hours of daylight had a profound effect on cultures that were tied to agricultural cycles. It has an emotional effect on people even in cities today...


Everything you need to know: December solstice

The early calendar-makers didn’t know it, but today we know there is another bit of astronomical logic behind beginning the year on January 1. Earth is always closest to the sun in its yearly orbit around this time. This event is called Earth’s perihelion.

People didn’t always celebrate the new year on January 1. The earliest recording of a new year celebration is believed to have been in Mesopotamia, circa 2000 B.C. That celebration – and many other ancient celebrations of the new year following it – were celebrated around the time of the vernal equinox, around March 20. Meanwhile, the ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians, and Persians began their new year with the autumnal equinox around September 20. And the ancient Greeks celebrated on the winter solstice, around December 20.

By the Middle Ages, though, in many places the new year began in March. Around the 16th century, a movement developed to restore January 1 as New Year’s Day. In the New Style or Gregorian calendar, the New Year begins on the first of January...



Bottom line:

There’s no astronomical reason to celebrate New Year’s Day on January 1. Instead, our modern New Year’s celebration stems from the ancient, two-faced, Roman god Janus – for whom the month of January is also named. One face of Janus looked back into the past, and the other peered forward to the future.....








The African American diaspora are amongst the most influential, unique and common community contributing to theses factors and colors representing energetic economies and elements of zealous wisdom, knowledge and understanding of economical, social, mathematical & political sciences that exist in today’s world.....

We are the forces of our alliances and hidden figures in this world of imperialism, that’s partial to our cultural integrities and freedoms of African American Heritage and the American Dreams!!!!

From the Genesis of Chattel Slavery~ “Our Struggles Continues” !!!!!

Fighting & Struggling for the Abolition of systemic chattel slavery in all aspects and within all ramifications in this country and it’s constitution’s as we (Blacks), Melanoma KNOW IT..........


Melanated. Omnitense :

Something with accentuated skin pigment, or one that displays heavy 'Melanin' content. Present Perfect Tense Verb-2; For something to become saturated with skin pigment, or 'Melanin'.



But:

Systemic oppressions are contributing factors to our (African American) Men, Women and Children Anguishes....

We’ as people are Institutionalized mentally, physically, emotionally and psychologically. Our

illnesses (causes and effects) continues to sprout within the confines of insulated white privilege, racism’s, hatred , bigotry, misogynistic actions, beliefs and behaviors that’s prevalent and remains steadfast in today’s world!!!!!!





: Hatred of, aversion to, or prejudice against Black women, men, and children, from a culture that promotes violence and misogyny.......

HAPPY NEW YEAR

2021










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Hanging one's hat in Austin, Texas. Robert King Wilkerson (A.K.A) Robert H. King and Kenyatta

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