The term "holidays or “holy days” essentially means "hell" days or “heel” days, for they mark the time that the underworld (hell), experiences the wrath of the Roman Empire’s heel or boot. During Roman times, holy days were referred to as "Feriae" (F+R), meaning “Four” days or “Fear” days (i.e., the number 4 is a sacred Roman number and is most often depicted as a cross), as both animal and human alike were routinely slaughtered for sport and sacrafice. Roman holy days were defined by the Roman scholar and writer Marcus Terentius Varro as "days instituted for the sake of the gods”. Roman religious rites were performed on the “feriae”, public business was suspended, and slaves were to be given some form of rest.
According to modern historical sources, festivals in ancient Rome were an important part of Roman religious life and one of the primary features of the Roman calendar. The first days of each Roman month were allegedly entitled Kalends or Kalendae which is where the English word "calendar" was untimely derived from. The term Kalendae (K+L+N+D) meaning “Killing Day”, essentially morphed into the word “calendar” which can be translated literally to “Killing Day of Rome” as the letter “R” always equates to Rome. In other words, the Roman calendar was the schedule of killings which was celebrated with lavish feasts, ceremonies and public spectacles.
Roman Religion = Jewish Religion
Aside from the Hollywood films and television shows entitled “Roman Holiday” (1953) and “The Roman Holidays” (1972), Roman holy days are celebrated in the underworld in modern times by the Jewish people through their counterfeit religion of Judaism whose holy days reflects almost exectly, the dates, festivals, sacrifices and rituals of the Roman Empire. Although the names have been altered, the dates and meaning behind the two religions is the same and therefore the Jewish people unwittingly execute the Roman's dirty work in the underworld. Of the 12 major Jewish holidays (see list below), each one coincides in some way with a Roman holiday, regardless of the fact that the dates change from year to year. So unless the Jews are Romans, which they obviously are not, there is no explicable reason why over 90% of all Jewish holidays fall on Roman holidays and vice versa. In other words, unless the Romans designed the Jewish religion to mirror their own religion, down to every single date and detail, there is no logical explanation for this phenomenon. Therefore, in order to guarantee that Roman holy days are continually celebrated with human sacrifices (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks and war) in the underworld, the dates and meanings of the Jewish holy days must be exactly the same as the Romans, which they are. As the Bible verse Matthew 6:10 explains, "Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven (Greenland)".
Star of David
The Star of David, known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David, is widely recognized as the symbol of Jewish identity and Judaism. It is shaped in the form of a hexagon, a 6-pointed star that is formed by the compound of two equilateral triangles. The number 6 is a favorite esoteric number of Rome which is most commonly associated with death and destruction. The name “David” (D+V+D) means "Divide" and the therefore the "Star of David" means the "Star of Steer of the Divide". In other words, the Jewish people are steered by Rome to keep the peolple divided amoungst themselves, but more importantly, to keep the divide between upper Earth (Greenland) and the underworld (hell). The hexagon is significant because through the use and abuse of the Jewish people, Rome has effectively put a hex (curse) or a hoax on all of mankind. The two opposing triangles depicted in the Star of David (see below) can be taken quite literally as what is ordered by Rome in Greenland is reflected and executed in the underworld by the Jewish people through the main Roman proxy state of Switzerland.
[Selected DCT analysis of Jewish holy days below.]
Hanukkah, widely known as the Feast of Dedication, is an 8-day Jewish holiday allegedly commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (e.g., the Second Temple) in Jerusalem, regardless of the fact that all aspects which pertain to temples and temple building (e.g., arches, columns, domes, etc.,) are Greco-Roman in nature. In reality, Hanukkah is likely a counterfeit Roman holyday created to commemorate the ceremonies, rituals and human sacrifices associated with Rome’s new temple in either Sicily (i.e., the Second Temple; the First Temple being built in either Crete or Athens, Greece) or the third and final temple which was built in Greenland (most likely Thule) just prior to the alleged fall of the RomanEmpire. In 2013, the Jewish holy days of Hanukkah are celebrated on November 27-December 5. Coincidentally, the Roman temple ceremonies of Neptune and Pietas are held on December 1; the celebration of the Roman goddess Bona Dea are held on December 3; and the Roman country festival for Faunus held by the pagi is celebrated on December 5. In 2013, Hanukkah is celebrated on December 16-24. Coincidentally, Saturnalia, which is held in honor of Saturn with the public ritual on December 17 is celebrated by the Romans from December 17-23; the holy day of Opalia is celebrated in honor of the Roman god Ops on December 19; the Romans celebrate Divalia in honor of Angerona on December 21; the Roman sacrifice to Hercules and Ceres is also given on the December 21 which also coincides with the Winter Solstice (e.g., years 2013, 2014, 2016); the Roman anniversary of the Temple of the Lares Permarini in the Porticus Minucia is celebrated December 22, which also coincides with the Winter Solstice in 2015; the Roman holy day of Sigillaria, the last day of the Saturnalia which is devoted to gift (poison) giving, is celebrated a day later on December 23; Larentalia, which commemorates the Roman temples of Diana and Juno Regina in the Circus Flaminius is also celebrated on December 23; and finally, Tempestates, the Roman god of weather is also celebrated on December 23.
The Passover is a 7-day Jewish festival held to commemorate the Jewish people’s alleged liberation over 3,300 years ago by God from slavery in ancient Egypt, as well as the birth of their nation under the leadership of Moses. In reality, the Passover is likely a counterfeit Roman holiday created to commemorate Rome’s liberation from the underworld by G.O.D. (Greenland of Denmark) as they “passed over” from the bottom side (the dark side) of the Earth to the top side (the sunny side). In 2013, the Jewish Passover is held from April 3-11 which coincidentally bookends the Roman games of Ludi Megalenses or Megalesia, which occurs on April 4-10 in honor of the Magna Mater or Cybele, a Greco-Roman goddess. In 2014, the Jewish Passover is held from April 14-22. Coincidentally, the Roman holy day of Fordicidia is celebrated with offering of a pregnant cow is sacrificed to Tellus ("Earth") on April 15, also known as “Tax Day” in America. Coincidentally, the modern holiday known as Earth Day is celebrated annually a week later on April 22. The Roman festival Parilia in honor of Pales and the dies natalis of Rome also falls within the 2014 Jewish Passover on April 21.
Sukkot, known as the “Feast of Tabernacles”, is a mandated Jewish festival which allegedly commemorates when the Hebrews were commanded to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem. In reality, Sukkot is likely a counterfeit Roman holy day created to celebrate the mandate by Rome to all of its chosen people to make the pilgrimage from the underworld to Greenland in order to escape the aforementioned Days of Judgment which were slated to befall the underworld. The term “Sukkot” (S+K+T) likely means “System Military Base”, as KT is the name of a Roman military base. In all likelihood, Sukkot was a mandate by Rome to all of its top military personal located around the world to instantly retreat back to Rome. Once there, they made the voyage to Greenland where they have waged war on humanity ever since. In 2012, Sukkot was celebrated by the Jews on September 30-October 8. Coincidentally, the Roman ceremonies for Fides and the Tigillum Sororium are celebrated on October 1 while the Roman Ludi Augustales, which was established 14 AD after the death of Augustus and based on the Augustalia, is celebrated on October 3-12. The Leiunium Cereris, a day of Roman fasting in honor of Ceres is celebrated on October 4; the Roman mundus (tomb) was opened on October 5; and the Roman holy day entitled dies ater ("black day") to mark the anniversary of the battle of Arausio (105 BC) is celebrated on October 6; In 2012, Sukko also celebrated on October 7 which is coincidentally the same date that Rome celebrates the rites for the god of Jupiter which is represented by a lightning bolt and an eagle, the most common symbols of the Roman army. October 7 is also the same date that Rome celebrates the goddess of Juno which represents the fullness of vital force. In essence, Simchat Torah is a day which celebrates the endless cycle of war. In 2013, Sukkot is celebrated on September 18-28. Coincidentally, the Ludi Romani or Ludi Magni, "the oldest and most famous" of the Roman games, were held annually on September 5-19, while the “mercatus" and “Latona” set aside for markets and fairs commenced immediately following the Ludi Romani is celebrated on September 2023.