Happy Spring to All. For Centuries, people have celebrated Spring with festivals of every kind. I found a very old Spring Ritual to share with You Tonight in the Wikipedia Texts below. (Please go to linked sites for complete article or if You do not like my Easter Egg colored words). In Your You Tube vid selection tonight is 2-the chemjukebox (thanks, lobo) and the best sky phenomena ever by 2107keith (just wonderful).
Anyway, the vids are short because the text is long. The text is long because this is very important information at the last hour (but at least I found it).
For my friends who are wondering WTD (what the duck): read every word and You will see Nabu and what is happening the next 7 days. Biggest Storm.
Spring is one of the four conventional temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer. The specific definition of the exact timing of "spring" varies according to local climate, cultures and customs. At the springequinox, days are close to 12 hours long with day length increasing as the season progresses. Spring and "springtime" refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection, and regrowth.
Akitu (Sumerian Akiti-šekinku "cutting of barley", Akiti-šununum "sowing of barley", Babylonian rêš-šattim "head of the year") was a spring festival in ancientMesopotamia. The name is from the Sumerian for "barley", originally marking two festivals celebrating the beginning of each of the two half-years of the Sumerian calendar, marking the sowing of barley in autumn and the cutting of barley in spring, in the month of Nisannu (Aries). In Babylonian religion it came to be dedicated to Marduk's victory over Tiamat.
Late Bronze Age
The Marduk Prophecy
First to third Day
see where it pulled apart exposing the blue sky
Look what they've done to my Sun- Red Means Run SON-
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. I will be gone on Spring Break (no blogpost). See You when I get back. I love You All so much. Thank You.
Of Course, one more great, Great Performance: