Amish

Amish

The Amish - Traditionalist Christian church mainly in North America which stems in 1693 from Jakob Ammann (1644-1730), a Swiss German Anabaptist. After migration to the United States, they particularly settled in Pennsylvania where they could implement their reluctance to many conveniences of modern technology. In the 19th century, they divided into Old Order Amish and Amish Mennonites.


Amish

Amish - Église chrétienne traditionaliste principalement en Amérique du Nord, issue en 1693 de Jakob Ammann (1644-1730), un anabaptiste suisse allemand. Après avoir émigré aux États-Unis, ils se sont particulièrement installés en Pennsylvanie, où ils ont pu mettre en œuvre leur réticence face aux nombreuses commodités de la technologie moderne. Au 19ème siècle, ils se sont divisés en Old Order Amish et Amish Mennonites.

hechsher

Hechsher הֶכְשֵׁר "prior approval" - A rabbinical product certification conform to the requirements of Halakha - Certifying an item as Kosher.


hekhsher

Hekhsher הֶכְשֵׁר « attestation de cacheroute » - Certificat satisfaisant aux exigences de la Halakha pour des produits jugés kasher.

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Hajj

(حَجّ) For Muslims around the world, an annual pilgrimage to Mecca, a mandatory religious duty (arkan) - Must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by all adult Muslims who are physically and financially capable of undertaking the journey, and can support their family during their absence.

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Biblical Magi


Biblical Magi

The Biblical Magi - or (Three) Wise Men or (Three) Kings - Who according to the Gospel of Matthew, visited Jesus after his birth, bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.


Les (trois) Rois mages - Lesquels, selon l'évangile de Matthieu, ont rendu visite à Jésus après sa naissance, portant des présents d'or, d'encens et de myrrhe.

Kumbh Mela


Kumbh Mela

Kumbh (or Kumbha) Mela कुम्भ मेला (kumbh mēlā) - A major pilgrimage and festival in Hinduism celebrated at four river-bank pilgrimage sites in a cycle of 12 years. This includes: the Prayag Kumbh Mela (Ganges-Yamuna-mythical Saraswati rivers confluence), the Haridwar Kumbh Mela (Ganges), the Nashik Kumbh Mela (Godavari), and the Ujjain Kumbh Mela (Shipra). A ritual dip in the waters is observed as it cleanses of past sins.


Kumbh (ou Kumbha) Mela कुम्भ मेला (kumbh mēlā) – Le plus important pèlerinage au monde célébré par les Hindous sur quatre sites en bordure de rivière, tous les 12 ans (un tous les trois ans). S’y succèdent : le Prayag Kumbh Mela (au confluent du Gange, de la Yamuna et de la rivière mythique Saraswati), le Haridwar Kumbh Mela (Gange), le Nashik Kumbh Mela (Godavari) et le Ujjain Kumbh Mela (Shipra). Un bain rituel dans les eaux est observé qui permet de se laver de ses péchés passés.

Fushimi-Inari

Fushimi-Inari

Fushimi Inari Taisha 伏見稲荷大社 - The head shrine of the god Inari, god of rice and the patron of business, located in Kyoto – Known because of the rows of many torii gates, around 1,000 - Foxes (kitsune) are often found in Inari shrines as they are regarded as the messengers.


Fushimi Inari Taisha 伏見稲荷大社 - Sanctuaire principal du dieu Inari, dieu du riz et patron des affaires, situé à Kyoto. Connu pour ses rangées de nombreux torii, on en trouve environ 1 000 - Des renards (kitsune) se trouvent souvent dans les sanctuaires dédiées à Inari car ils en sont considérés comme les messagers.

“Doctors in Romania are frustrated by coronasceptics”

“Doctors in Romania are frustrated by coronasceptics”

“Iordachescu recently wrote about a few hundred coronasceptics, holding religious icons, the national flag, and signs that read “I believe in GOD not in COVID” protesting in Romania’s capital Bucharest against what they call a “sanitary dictatorship.” In early July, the Constitutional Court in Romania ruled that “mandatory hospitalization, imposed under the two-month state of emergency, violated fundamental rights and was illegal.” Iordachescu underlines that since the Constitutional Court ruling in July, many patients left hospitals even if they tested positive for the virus. Also, since the court ruling, coronasceptics have been coming together and protesting the measures taken against the pandemic frequently.” - medyascope.tv/2020/07/30