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https://plus.google.com/116719505978806241950 Kesap Clean Professional Cleaning & Window Cleaning Services : What's with that May Pole? Find out the meanings of May Day. #ringaroundtherosey #MayDay #1stofMay http...
What's with that May Pole? Find out the meanings of May Day.
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The Many Meanings of May Day
What is May Day? It means many things to many people, from pagans to factory workers to troubled boaters.
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https://plus.google.com/111557731396448235293 Syd Field : May Day Deadline for ScriptPipeline Competition! Refine your script with The Screenwriter's Problem ...
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Script Pipeline
My advice to aspiring writers is to keep getting (and incorporating) Script Pipeline Development Notes on the same script until it earns a Recommend. Why? Because there are certain techniques that won't make sense until your writing skills and the script itself reach a certain level. I did this with 2011 ...
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https://plus.google.com/114933114676322364426 Chatham HIVE : Sweeps Festival, Rochester - May Day Weekend, 29th April to 1st May 2017 Imagine a world 400 years ago...
Sweeps Festival, Rochester - May Day Weekend, 29th April to 1st May 2017
Imagine a world 400 years ago where children were used as chimney sweeps. There was little pay, it was a dirty trade and there was little reward for the men who did the job and even less for children. Medway’s annual Sweeps Festival, now in its 37th year, ...
Sweeps Festival, Rochester - May Day Weekend, 29th April to 1st May 2017
Imagine a world 400 years ago where children were used as chimney sweeps. There was little pay, it was a dirty trade and there was little reward for the men who did the job and even less for children. Medway’s annual Sweeps F...
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https://plus.google.com/116820293129844840616 Robb Restyle : Promises of warmer weather and colorful spring blooms inspired this little DIY Project. But first… I’m...
Promises of warmer weather and colorful spring blooms inspired this little DIY Project. But first… I’m so excited to be a DIY ambassador this year for National DIY Day! It’s a fantastic opportunity to celebrate all the DIYers and makers out there. I’ve…
Easy DIY Paper Flower May Day Wreath - Robb Restyle
Create this easy DIY paper flower May Day wreath and celebrate DIY day with us. This little project is great for sharing and celebrating!
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https://plus.google.com/109350381620076920133 mystdolly : May 1st 2017 protest. Working with Occupy. Citizens from around the world, we are Anonymous. We hereby...
May 1st 2017 protest. Working with Occupy.

Citizens from around the world, we are Anonymous.

We hereby call forth this May 1st, a Global Day Of Resistance.

We call upon every person, in every nation, every state, city, county, and street, to Unite, and to rise up.
And to take back the public commons from the oppressors.

March the streets, occupy the public space; be free and reclaim your rights as human beings.

Become part of a world-wide Global Spring;

Many events are currently moving, and this May 1st is the perfect moment to make those movements go even farther.

In fact, the list of movements and events circling around the world are endless, and each corner the concerned citizen faces, needs much needed attention.

May 1st, is a declaration of priorities, and our priority, in current society, should not be to keep a broken system running.

On May 1st, let us shake the world and the very foundations of all power and authority.

Anonymous will use all the tools at our disposal to facilitate and encourage this, Global Day of Awakening.

The internet is a vital tool of open means of communications towards connecting the 99%.

Furthermore, physical actions need to take its rise. The mental awakening has passed.

Hence, we are tired of having activists, journalists, and concerned citizens around the world get hunted, jailed, and abused.

We are tired of watching our own fall.

We are tired of banks, corporations, and it's figureheads, deciding the outcome of a country, when it should be the people who decide their countries history.

We stand alongside the occupy movement, we stand with them in this fight. This is a call of general strike; against the 1%

We ask the citizens of all nations to refrain from banks, to refrain from shopping, to boycott films, music, video games and others of category.

The 1% need to realize the essential, and that essential, is that without the 99%, without us; they are nothing.

We encourage the citizens of all nations to both organize and plan this week, and to execute their movements on May 1st.

This is a shout of may day

Spread this message. Distribute through social media. Post it to your blog. And mirror it on YouTube, Vimeo, and other video platforming sites.

1 week from today, we will show the world that unity is not dead.

Anonymous will stand with our freedom fighters from all over the world, and in unity, raise our fist to the sky and shout:

We Are Not Afraid!

We are anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
United as one, divided by zero.
Expect us.
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https://plus.google.com/111573738922839493334 Katherine Schock : May 1, 2017, the day that will change history!
May 1, 2017, the day that will change history!
The Institute for Southern Studies
Groups representing some of the most embattled workers and marginalized communities in the South and nation have called a general strike for May 1 to send a message to the Trump administration and its corporate allies. It's the biggest effort of its kind in 70 years.
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https://plus.google.com/110366991030520279734 Peter Paul Markin :

Why We Should Strike on May Day
Usually I just post material like this for informational purposes, If I want to comment I do separately. Right now though we are in a col...
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oh yeah!
May Day Mass Action Will Be a Historic ''Strike From Below''
Hundreds of thousands of service workers across the South and the rest of the nation are planning to take part in a general strike.
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https://plus.google.com/117827385384079986960 Anthony Rios :

MAY DAY WAIKĪKĪ - waikīkī beach boys - memories - music - event is free to the public
The free event takes place on Monday, May 1st, 4-6 p.m., on Waikīkī Beach fronting the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and the Outrigger Waikīkī Beach Resort.
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https://plus.google.com/108933139940317439585 mike simpson :

Jesse Hagopian “Turning the Streets Into Our Classroom”: Vote for May Day Strike! | I AM AN EDUCATOR
“Turning the Streets Into Our Classroom”: Vote for May Day Strike! | I AM AN EDUCATOR: “Turning the Streets Into Our Classroom”: Vote for May Day Strike! By Wednesday this week every school in Seattle will have held a union v...
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https://plus.google.com/105477549042451213896 Danubio Chiropractic Offices : It’s a Spring Coloring Pages FLING at Danubio Chiropractic!! Take a photo of your child's drawing and...
It’s a Spring Coloring Pages FLING at Danubio Chiropractic!! Take a photo of your child's drawing and post on Facebook or Instagram with hashtag #danubiochiro you will be entered into our raffle for a Spring Basket filled with all sorts of adult goodies! We will have our drawing on May Day! Find all the details on our blog: http://www.danubiochiro.com/its-a-spring-coloring-pages-fling-at-danubio-chiropractic
It’s a Spring Coloring Pages FLING at Danubio Chiropractic!
It’s a Spring Coloring Pages FLING at Danubio Chiropractic!! Print and have your young ones color their favorite page, and bring it in to our office to be hung on our walls. Your child will be ente…
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https://plus.google.com/111467750239631202013 nftechennai south district : ** May Day - 2017: NFTE & NFTCL unions are planning to observe this year's May Day on 05-05-2017 at ...
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May Day - 2017: NFTE & NFTCL unions are planning to observe this year's May Day on 05-05-2017 at Raja Annamalai Mandram in Chennai in a grand manner . This year May -05 th is the 200 th Birth Anniversary of the greatest thinker Karl Marx. NFTE General Secre...
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May Day - 2017: NFTE & NFTCL unions are planning to observe this year's May Day on 05-05-2017 at Raja Annamalai Mandram in Chennai in a grand manner . This year May -05 th is the 200 th Birth Anniversary of the greatest think...
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https://plus.google.com/109499104247805124409 Knitting & Crochet on eBid : Pattern Booklet May Day Mice: Bid: £1.00 Buynow Price £1.25 Remaining 09 days 19 hrs This booklet was...
Pattern Booklet May Day Mice: Bid: £1.00 Buynow Price £1.25 Remaining 09 days 19 hrs This booklet was a free gift with one of my knitting magazines. Create your own May Queen, May pole dance & May Day Parade. Payment by Paypal, personal cheque, Moneybookers or postal order within 7 days of auction end, please. Postage: I am always happy to combine purchases, bu... #eBid
Pattern Booklet May Day Mice

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https://plus.google.com/110851377273585861449 wrongfully convicted : Beltane https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltane Beltane is the anglicised name for the Gaelic May Day ...
Beltane
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltane
Beltane is the anglicised name for the Gaelic May Day festival. Most commonly it is held on 1 May, or about halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. In Irish the name for the festival day is Lá Bealtaine, in Scottish Gaelic Là Bealltainn and in Manx Gaelic Laa Boaltinn/Boaldyn. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals—along with Samhain, Imbolc and Lughnasadh—and is similar to the Welsh Calan Mai....

It marked the beginning of summer and was when cattle were driven out to the summer pastures. ... Special bonfires were kindled, and their flames, smoke and ashes were deemed to have protective powers....The aos sí (often referred to as spirits or fairies) were thought to be especially active at Beltane (as at Samhain) and the goal of many Beltane rituals was to appease them. Most scholars see the aos sí as remnants of the pagan gods and nature spirits....

The earliest mention of Beltane is in Old Irish literature from Gaelic Ireland. According to the early medieval texts Sanas Cormaic and Tochmarc Emire, Beltane was held on 1 May and marked the beginning of summer. The texts say that, to protect cattle from disease, the druids would make two fires "with great incantations" and drive the cattle between them... Sometimes the cattle would be driven "around" a bonfire or be made to leap over flames or embers. The people themselves would do likewise. In the Isle of Man, people ensured that the smoke blew over them and their cattle. When the bonfire had died down, people would daub themselves with its ashes and sprinkle it over their crops and livestock....

In Irish, the festival is usually called Lá Bealtaine ("day of Beltane") while the month of May is Mí Bhealtaine ("month of Beltane"). In Scottish Gaelic, the month is called (An) Cèitean or a' Mhàigh, and the festival is Latha Bealltainn. Sometimes the older Scottish Gaelic spelling Bealltuinn is used. ...In modern Scottish Gaelic, Latha Buidhe Bealltainn or Là Buidhe Bealltainn ("the yellow day of Beltane") is used to describe the first day of May. This term Lá Buidhe Bealtaine is also used in Irish and is translated as "Bright May Day". In Ireland it is referred to in a common folk tale as Luan Lae Bealtaine; the first day of the week (Monday/Luan) is added to emphasise the first day of summer. Since the early 20th century it has been commonly accepted that Old Irish Beltaine is derived from a Common Celtic *belo-te(p)niâ, meaning "bright fire". ...

In Ó Duinnín's Irish dictionary (1904), Beltane is referred to as Céadamh(ain) which it explains is short for Céad-shamh(ain) meaning "first (of) summer". The dictionary also states that Dia Céadamhan is May Day and Mí Céadamhan is the month of May....



Beltane -- Holiday Details and History
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Beltane, and its counterpart Samhain, divide the year into its two primary seasons, winter (Dark Part) and summer (Light Part). As Samhain is about honoring Death, Beltane, its counter part, is about honoring Life. It is the time when the sun is fully released from his bondage of winter and able to rule over summer and life once again. Beltane, like Samhain, is a time of "no time" when the veils between the two worlds are at their thinnest. No time is when the two worlds intermingle and unite and the magic abounds! It is the time when the Faeries return from their winter respite, carefree and full of faery mischief and faery delight...

Beltane has been an auspicious time throughout Celtic lore, it is said that the Tuatha de Danaan landed in north-west Connacht on Beltane. ...
On Beltane eve the Celts would build two large fires, Bel Fires, lit from the nine sacred woods. The Bel Fire is an invocation to Bel (Sun God) to bring His blessings and protection to the tribe. The herds were ritually driven between two needfires (fein cigin), built on a knoll. The herds were driven through to purify, bring luck and protect them as well as to insure their fertility before they were taken to summer grazing lands. An old Gaelic adage: "Eadar da theine Bhealltuinn" - "Between two Beltane fires"....

the union of the Goddess and Her Consort, the joining of earth and sun, the endowment of summer. The Goddess has many guises: Danu - The Great Mother, Blodeuwedd (the Flower Bride), Isolt (Iseult, Isolde) and many, many others. The consort can also take many forms including the Green Man, Cernunnos or Tristan.

As Beltane marks this handfasting (wedding) of the Goddess and God, it too marks the reawakening of the earth's fertility in its fullest. This is the union between the Great Mother and her Young Consort, this coupling brings new life on earth. It is on a Spiritual level, the unifying of the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine to bring forth the third, consciousness. On the physical, it is the union of the Earth and Sun to bring about the fruitfulness of the growing season....



The Goddess and the Green Man
https://www.goddessandgreenman.co.uk/beltane
Beltane honours Life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of Summer. Earth energies are at their strongest and most active. All of life is bursting with potent fertility and at this point in the Wheel of the Year, the potential becomes conception. On May Eve the sexuality of life and the earth is at its peak. Abundant fertility, on all levels, is the central theme. The Maiden goddess has reached her fullness. She is the manifestation of growth and renewal, Flora, the Goddess of Spring, the May Queen, the May Bride. The Young Oak King, as Jack-In-The-Green, as the Green Man, falls in love with her and wins her hand. The union is consummated and the May Queen becomes pregnant. Together the May Queen and the May King are symbols of the Sacred Marriage (or Heiros Gamos), the union of Earth and Sky,...Beltane is a Fire Festival. The word 'Beltane' originates from the Celtic God 'Bel', meaning 'the bright one' and the Gaelic word 'teine' meaning fire. Together they make 'Bright Fire', or 'Goodly Fire' and traditionally bonfires were lit to honour the Sun and encourage the support of Bel and the Sun's light to nurture the emerging future harvest and protect the community....



May Day
May 01 Merry-Moon on May 1st weekend, celebration of spring dedicated to Njord and Nerthus. Merrymoon 1, May Day: The first of May is a time of great celebration all across Europe, as the fields get greener and the flowers decorate the landscape with colorful confusion. Freya turns her kindly face to us after the night of Walburg. Celebrate the birth of Spring and the gifts of Freya on this day.




Walpurgisnacht 30 April

Walpurgis/Thrimilci
22 April - 1 May: Norse. The festival of Walpurgis, a night both of revelry and darkness. The nine nights of April 22 (interestingly enough, the modern festival of Earth Day) to April 30 are venerated as rememberance of the AllFather's self-sacrifice upon the World Tree Yggdrasil. It was on the ninth night (April 30, Walpurgisnacht) that he beheld the Runes, grasped them, and ritually died for an instant. At that moment, all the Light in the 9 worlds is extinguished, and utter Chaos reigns. At the final stroke of midnight, the Light returns in dazzling brilliance, and the bale-fires are lit. On Walpurgisnacht, the dead have full sway upon the earth; it is the ending night of the Wild Hunt. May 1 is the festival of Thrimilci; the beginning of Summer. Thrimilci is a festival of joy and fertility, much like Ostara; however, most of the Northern World is finally escaping from the snow at this time.



Walpurgis Night
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walpurgis_Night
the eve of the feast day of Saint Walpurga, an 8th-century abbess in Francia. In Germanic folklore, Walpurgisnacht, also called Hexennacht literally "Witches' Night", is believed to be the night of a witches' meeting on the Brocken, ...essentially a midsummer celebration "with witches". ...The current festival is, in most countries that celebrate it, named after the English missionary Saint Walpurga (c. 710–777/9). As Walpurga's feast was held on 1 May (c. 870), she became associated with May Day,...
The 17th-century German tradition of a meeting of sorcerers and witches on May Day eve (Hexennacht, "Witches' Night") is influenced by the descriptions of Witches' Sabbaths in 15th- and 16th-century literature....Influenced by German culture, the night originally stood for the gathering and meeting of witches. ...



Recall prior to the Christianizing of Europe Witches were considered good, and of the highest standings in the tribes. The witches had medicine, helped with births, and general good doings for the folk. It was the Christian Church in the middle ages which began the genocides of the witches defaming them as evil, accusing the witches meetings with the devil, and casting spells, etc... This holiday may be another Christian sabotage of yet another original Native European Holiday to demonize the old beliefs, and inflicting fear, in order to convert the natives to Christianity.
And as with other Native Holidays it is probably originally Nerthus, Frigga, or Freya, who marries Odin with the Germanic Norse as Mother Earth and Father Sky. Among the Celts (Danu, or Brigid marries the Sun God Lugh, Oak King, or the Green Man).

Pagan Holidays: Walpurgis Night and how a British lady went from Catholic saint, to Germanic goddess, to witch and gave us a second Halloween
http://www.gothichorrorstories.com/pagans-and-heathens/pagan-holidays-walpurgis-night-and-how-a-british-lady-went-from-catholic-saint-to-germanic-goddess-to-witch-and-gave-us-a-second-halloween/
Many of the ancient cultures divided the year into just two seasons, summer and winter. The dividing line between the two seasons were Beltane and Samhain...

Despite sharing the same date and many customs, there is a distinct difference between Walpurgis and Beltane. At its most basic, Beltane is primarily Gaelic and celebrated on May 1, whereas Walpurgis is Germanic and often celebrated the night before Beltane. If you were able to go back in time however, you’d realize you’re dealing with rural customs, in areas quite often cut off from much contact with the outside world. From that perspective you’d likely see little difference between the two holidays.
The primary difference between the ancient times and more modern history, is Walpurgis has developed a distinctly witchy flavor. Walpurgis in the Middle Ages concerned itself with protecting yourself from or driving away witches....

Old pagan myths say that on the night of April 30th Wotan married his love Freya on the Brocken in Schierke, on the slopes of the Broken on the night before Beltane....
We find that St. Walburga takes on the mantle of an ancient deity, be it Nehalennia, Nerthus, Holda, Berchta, and over time becomes along with Walpurgis Night, the celebration of the witch.



Waelburga and the Rites of May
http://www.friggasweb.org/walburga.html


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https://plus.google.com/104002429380502299587 Nancy Schwandner : Week 9 Assignment Considering that the first 100 Fry words represent fifty percent of all words elementary...
Week 9 Assignment

Considering that the first 100 Fry words represent fifty percent of all words elementary students encounter in their reading and the first 300 Fry words make up approximately two-thirds of all the words elementary students will encounter seems convincing enough that these words are must know words for my struggling readers. If my students are able to recognize the majority of these first 300 Fry words with automaticity, then that should cause them to have fewer interruptions in their reading and be more likely to progress in their fluency and accuracy. This would allow them to devote more time focusing on the meaning of the text and less time decoding words. By the end of the year, I expect that my Tier 2 students are able to read the first 200 words and many of the third 100 Fry words. For my Tier 3 students, I expect them to be able to recognize the first 100 Fry words correctly and some of the second 100 Fry words.

After reviewing the Sitton High-Frequency Writing Words list, I realized that it is very similar to the Fry Words list. Since the first 100 of the Sitton words appear in fifty percent of student writing, I believe that my Tier 2 second graders should not only be able to read all of these words accurately but they should know how to spell most of these words correctly by the end of the year. I would expect that my Tier 3 readers know how to spell many of the first 50 Sitton words.

I noticed that the Dolch list is most unlike the Fry and Sitton lists. The order of words outlined on the Dolch list varies somewhat as compared to the Fry and Sitton words, and the Dolch list also contains several words that are not on either the first 200 Fry or Sitton word lists – color words, funny, please, pretty, wash, etc. Not to mention, the Dolch list has significantly fewer words overall. Seeing how the Dolch list has words students are expected to master at each grade level, I think my students should be able to read the majority of the 179 words that are on the pre-k through second grade lists and write many of them accurately. I was surprised to see that some of the most common sight words for both reading and writing were introduced much later on or not on the Dolch list at all. For example, the words IF and ABOUT are in the top 55 most frequently used words (according to the Fry and Sitton lists) and aren’t introduced until the third grade Dolch list. Additionally, several of the top 100 most common high-frequency words on the Fry and Sitton lists such as DAY, EACH, MORE, NUMBER, OTHER, THAN, and PEOPLE aren’t on any of the Dolch word lists. I do feel that the Dolch list is lacking in several common sight words that I feel my students should know how to both read and write by the end of second grade.

As I read through the words on all three lists, I identified many words within these lists that shared common rimes or similar patterns that could also be applied to many other words. I listed a few of these below.

-and: and, land, hand,
-y: by, my, fly, why, try
-all: all, called, small, fall
-et: get, set, let
-ake: make, take
-ay: way, may, day, play, away, say, always
-ight: right, light, night

I also noticed several pairs of sight words that are "rule breakers" that look/sound similar, and I listed these below. Of course with the English language there are a few other words on the three lists that share the same ending spelling as these "rule breakers" but they do not have the same sound. It's important to be cognizant of this with students, so I put these words in parentheses.

many/any
would/could/should
some/come (*home)
give/live (*five)
find/kind
there/where (*were, *here)
do/to (*so, *no, *go)


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